Ahh, that’s what this is about
Good propaganda uses lots of truth, and definitely avoids false things as much as possible.
(I make a distinction between true and not false, in the sense that eg '1 + 1 = 2' is true, 'the moon is made of cheese is false', but 'the US is a great nation' is not false.)
I am confused about what the original poster and the first replyer are trying to say. Are they putting some sort of value judgement on the existance of the information? Are they saying, "it does not matter how much evidence exists indicating that the Chinese may have discovered Spratly Islands long time ago, because the conclusion is still that China has no rights to the Spratly islands, and therefore all true facts about this subject should be dismissed out of hand"?
I don't think anybody thinks that a place being on a map means the country where the map maker is from gets to control that place.
That is literally what the Nine Dash Line is about
For reference, according to https://dprktoday.com/assets/img/top-bg4.png korean unification (modulo some minor bothersome separatists somewhere out in the provinces) is already a thing.
I think Alexander the Great was probably in a more descriptive than prescriptive mood when he was asked upon his deathbed who would inherit his empire. His reply: "the strongest".
(if conflicts are never ended there are no treaties documenting known agreements between conflicting parties. cough cyprus cough)
I think the big island at the end (i.e. leftmost in the gallery) labeled 忽魯謨斯 (Hūlŭmósī in modern Mandarin pronunciation) is supposed to be Hormuz, but I'd never have guessed that if it hadn't been mentioned in the article. (TIL there's not just a Strait of Hormuz but also an island.)
Their world is an illusion, exile.
How have people been finding the Harvest league in PoE? I'm loving the easier crafting, but dislike the seeds/garden layout/management aspect.
Highlighting connections of storage tanks and pylons would also be helpful.