Half Moon Shoal
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Half Moon Shoal (Chinese: 半月礁; pinyin: Banyue Jiao ; Tagalog: Hasa Hasa Shoal) is a shoal in Spratly Islands of South China Sea. China and the Philippines have competing claims over the shoal. It is located 100 km from Palawan, Philippines.
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