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why young collective bargaining power China planting inflated flag in the sand in the disputed South China Sea to light house and went for the first time last week impacting the powers nearby the Spratly islands without a one dimensional longing to China analysts calling it a cunning way for the country to build it territorial claims in the region as writers Greg to road test their part of China's PR spin in Asia China has been stressing a lot lately about the way it's building the , though the presidential as an international public good to improve the maritime safety navigation and things like that in the South China Sea , sighing list about the military facilities on the islands which you it ally and rival claim , the more facilities you have the more facilities that are used by the international community helps build a patent what school district of , for all which is a very useful thing to have in the future legal argument down the track , though in that school they can't really hurt China's position , there's more than just territory is taking the South China Sea the area's rich and energy resources that are vital trade link between South Asia and the Pacific five trillion in trade pact or through the ceiling there every year