RMK5GRCA–East China Sea, near North Korea. 9th September, 2017. Two U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers with the 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron are escorted by a Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-15 fighter during a joint bilateral patrol as a show of force to North Korea September 9, 2017 over the East China Sea. Credit: Planetpix/Alamy Live News
RMHH64EH–Steamship SS Chusan of the China Navigation Company, en route to Shanghai, ran aground between two rocks near Wei-Hai-Wei island (at the time used as a British naval base), north east China, on 31 October 1932.
RM2CXGN1C–Workers of the Mangyongbyong cruise ship stand on the deck, near Mount Kumgang resort September 1, 2011. The North Korean state launched itself into the glitzy world of cruise tourism when about 130 passengers set sail from the rundown port of Rajin, near the China-Russia border, for the scenic Mount Kumgang resort near the South Korean border. Isolated North Korea's 'state tourism bureau' has teamed up with a Chinese travel company to run the country's first ever cruise aboard an ageing 9,700 tonne vessel which once plied the waters off the east coast of the divided peninsula shuttling passen
RF2AJEG71–an observatory near bum la pass, above 15200 ft above sea level in tawang district, arunachal pradesh in india
RMT4RBWP–(190418) -- TAIPEI, April 18, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Reporters work in front of a building affected by a 6.7 magnitude earthquake in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, April 18, 2019. A 6.7 magnitude earthquake jolted a sea area near Hualien County in Taiwan at 1:01 p.m. Thursday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC). The epicenter was monitored at 24.02 degrees north latitude and 121.65 degrees east longitude, at a depth of 24 km, the center said. No immediate casualties were reported. (Xinhua/Zhang Guojun)
RM2CNP1EM–Members of a Chinese tourism delegation relax at the top deck of the Mangyongbyong cruise ship near Mount Kumgang resort September 1, 2011. The North Korean state launched itself into the glitzy world of cruise tourism when about 130 passengers set sail from the rundown port of Rajin, near the China-Russia border, for the scenic Mount Kumgang resort near the South Korean border. Isolated North Korea's 'state tourism bureau' has teamed up with a Chinese travel company to run the country's first ever cruise aboard an ageing 9,700 tonne vessel which once plied the waters off the east coast of the
RMBXE1HR–Marble Beach - a rustic beach near Trincomalee on Sri Lanka's East Coast.
RM2E6XCWF–North Korean soldiers play with stones while guarding the banks of Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, March 10, 2010. China has acquired a 10-year lease of Rajin port on North Korea's east coast, potentially increasing shipping access to the Sea of Japan, a provincial official said during China's annual legislative meeting. REUTERS/Jacky Chen (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
RMJP18GT–ISHIGAKI, Japan - Aerial photo taken by Kyodo News shows a Taiwanese fishing boat operating in waters north of Ishigaki Island, Okinawa Prefecture, on May 10, 2013. A bilateral fishery agreement came into force the same day allowing Taiwanese fishing boats to operate in Japan's 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone near the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea. (Kyodo)
RM2CY1750–Protesters of the nationalist movement 'Ganbare Nippon' holding Japanese national flags are seen under ginkgo trees in autumn, near the parliament in Tokyo December 1, 2010. Over one thousand people marched on Wednesday demanding to call on Kan's resignation citing failures in his recent foreign policies what they saw as his slow response to the North Korean missile shelling on the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong and the muddle over the diplomatic spat with China over the disputed islands in the East China Sea. Support for Japan's government has dropped to 27 percent, the lowest since Kan to
RMJNXP0K–NAHA, Japan - Photo from a Kyodo News aircraft shows a foreign fishing boat under way some 25 kilometers north-northwest of Uotsuri Islan,d of the Japan-controlled Senkaku Islands, which is also claimed by China, in the East China Sea on Sept. 18, 2012. About 1,000 Chinese fishing boats are reportedly heading to waters near the islands in what may be Beijing's additional countermeasures over Japan's nationalization of the islands. (Kyodo)
RMBH6Y81–mangroves near Gayana Eco-Resort, Gaya Island, Sabah, East Malaysia.
RMJP13RK–NAHA, Japan - Photo taken from a Kyodo News plane shows the Japan Coast Guard patrol vessel Yonakuni (front) and the Chinese maritime surveillance vessel Haijian 137 sailing in parallel in waters 38 kilometers north of Uotsuri Island, part of the Japan-controlled Senkaku Islands, claimed by China, in the East China Sea at 5:40 p.m. on Jan. 21, 2013. A total of three Chinese maritime surveillance vessels entered Japanese territorial waters near the Senkaku Islands earlier in the day, leading the Japanese Foreign Ministry to lodge a protest with the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo. (Kyodo)