free shipping by CPAM sky star master star projector novelty gifts decorating lamp light night light black 200g/pc
enjoy the universal fantasy and romance, the tedious day, the spirit of excessive fatigue, depressed mood, will dissppear in the infinite universe.
* Turnable projector light
* starry night projection on ceiling or walls make bedtime fun
* A peaceful star-filled sky helps ease children`s fear of the dark, Great gift for children.
* ideal for ages 3 to adult
* Romantic for gift and surprise,ideal for christmas / valentine's /children's / birthday gifts
* Decor your room, house;
* It is not only give your child universal Astronomical Science, but also helps create a romantic surprise for Lovers !
tip: please turn off the room light before enjoying the beautiful star light show
Item Color: black
Pack: gift box
1 x LED projector light
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Diaoyu Islands are China's territory!
No country has the right to invade and occupy the territories of other countries.
The boat collision is once again bringing attention to the Diaoyu Islands issue. The Diaoyu islands have a long history as part of China's territory, belonging to the country since ancient times.
The islands are 200 nautical miles east of China's mainland and 200 nauticalmiles west of Japan's southernmost island Okinawa.
China's claim over the Diaoyu Islands dates back to the early 15th century. The ImperialMap of the Ming Dynasty included them as part of Ming Empire's territory.
After the Ming Dynasty, documents show the islands remained as part of China.
That was until 1895, when Japan forced China to give up Taiwan and the islands surrounding it to Japan, the Diaoyu islands included.
The Diaoyu islands have a long history as part of China's territory, belonging to the country since ancient times. The islands are 200 nautical miles east of
China's mainland and 200 nautical miles west of Japan's southernmost island Okinawa.
After World War II, international documents recognized Taiwan and the islands around it as falling under Chinese territory. But the administration of the islands fell into Japanese hands in 1972.
Also in the 1970's, large reservoirs of oil were discovered under the continental shelfbelow the Diaoyu Islands. This increased the tension between China and Japan over the islands.
Over the past decades, protesters from the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan made repeated efforts to declare China's sovereigntyover the Diaoyu Islands.
In March 2004, seven Chinese activists landed on the Diaoyu Islands as a gesture of protest and were arrested by the Japanese for illegal entry.
In 2008, the Taiwan fishing boat Lien Ho was sunk by a Japanese frigate. The Taiwan authority and public protested strongly.
Other border conflicts include Japan's complaint about China's routine naval drillin the East China Sea in April 2010.