China unveiled an updated "standard map" incorporating disputed territories.

The map includes Arunachal Pradesh, Aksai Chin, Taiwan, and the South China Sea regions.

The release of the map on August 28 rekindled diplomatic concerns and disputes.

China's official map is referred to as the 2023 edition and uses national boundaries to depict its perspective on global geography.

Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin have long been areas of conflicting claims between China and India.

Despite China's assertions, Arunachal Pradesh remains an integral part of India.

Taiwan's inclusion in China's map aligns with President Xi Jinping's strategic objectives, escalating tensions.

The map also features the controversial nine-dash line, claiming a large part of the South China Sea as Chinese territory.

The map's release prompted diplomatic concerns, international reactions, and discussions on territorial sovereignty.

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