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date: 21 September 2018

Yellow Sea Huáng Hǎi 黄海‎ 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Bent NielsenBent NIELSEN

The Yellow Sea (Huang Hai) is the overly exploited gulf that lies between China and Korea; it is known for its omnipresent fishing vessels and oil refineries. Its name comes from yellow silt deposited in its waters by the Huang (Yellow) River. ...

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