Half Moon Shoal
Half Moon Shoal (Chinese: 半月礁; pinyin: Banyue Jiao ; Tagalog: Hasa Hasa Shoal) is a shoal at the eastern edge of the Spratly Islands of the South China Sea. China and the Philippines have competing claims over the shoal. It is located close to Northeast Investigator Shoal and 100 km from Palawan, Philippines.
Native name: Hasa Hasa Shoal
Banyue Jiao 半月礁
|Location||South China Sea|
|People's Republic of China|
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