Materials prove Paracel and Spratly islands belong to Vietnam
Ministry of culture and information collaboration with Dak Lak people’s committee held an exhibition about trustworthy map and historical materials to prove Paracel and Spratly islands belong to Vietnam.
The exhibition is named historical evidences held on January 6th to January 12th, 2014 in Dak Lak museum.
China cadastral doesn't contain Paracel, Spratly
The exhibition displays about 150 maps accompany with historical materials, texts, relics which were published by international and domestic scholars, scientist. All of materials support solid evidences which prove Paracel and Spratly islands belong to Vietnam.
The south seeking pole is only last to Hai Nam island which doesn't contain Paracel, Spratly
The important point in this exhibition is 4 atlas of China have issued since Qing dynasty. All of 4 atlas are maps in detail instruction for each province in China. 4 atlas instruct the way to send letters, official correspondence among China’s provinces. Each location which is not belong to China would not be showed in these atlas. China’s boundary in the south-seeking pole is Hai Nam Island. All of them do not refer to Paracel and Spratly islands of Vietnam. Therefore Paracel and Spratly islands are two islands belong to Vietnam.
Solid evidences to prove Paracel, Spratly belong to Vietnam
4 atlas contain: China cadastral map (published in 1908), China whole map (published in 1917), China postal map (published in 1919) and China postal map (published in 1933). The exhibition will be displayed to the end of January 12th 2014.
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By Vietnam-evisa.org team
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