Tiny Island at Center of South China Sea Tussle Seeks StatusBy
Taiwan says community of 200 shows Itu Aba can support life
'Happy to play part upholding our nation's sovereignty here'
While warships and fishing fleets jockey for dominance of the South China Sea, the 200-odd residents of Itu Aba eke out their days growing vegetables and baking pizza.
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