Rocky Island, South China Sea
Shí Dǎo 石岛
|Shí Dǎo Island 石岛虚拟镇|
Rocky Island (left) connected to Woody Island (right)
|• Body||Yongxingdao Neighborhood Committee|
|• Length||0.4 km (0.2 mi)|
|• Width||0.22 km (0.14 mi)|
|Time zone||China (UTC+8)|
|Dialing code||+86 0898|
Rocky Island (simplified Chinese: 石岛; traditional Chinese: 石島; pinyin: Shí Dǎo; literally: "stone island"; Vietnamese: Đảo Đá) was one of the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. It is under the administration of the People's Republic of China and guarded by the PLA Navy. The island is also claimed by Taiwan and Vietnam.
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