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China's island building is continuing unabated

After a typhoon washed out the bridge in October last year, China began to undertake reclamation anew on the southern end of North Island and "built a retaining wall around the (2.73 hectares) of new land to prevent further erosion."

There are also several newly built facilities, including what appears to be a large administrative building in a fresh clearing on the island, Amti said.

"China has left a gap in the retaining wall facing the remnants of the washed-out land bridge, suggesting it might not have abandoned plans to connect North and Middle islands," it said.

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