China named Ba Dau Stone Nguu A Tieu and the Truong Sa Nam Sa archipelago. “The Niu yoke is part of the Islands of China. “The waters around Taurus have been a traditional fishing ground for Chinese fishermen for many years,” the Chinese Embassy said, according to ABS-CBN News.
On March 31, the Philippine task force in charge of the South China Sea reported information gathered after patrols that 44 Chinese ships were still near Ba Dau Rock and about 200 others were scattered around. rocks illegally occupied by Beijing and added as artificial islands, with the presence of four Chinese naval ships.