In January 1955, the CCP launched an attack on Yijiangshan Island off the coast of Taizhou. The Kuomintang was defeated and the island was occupied. After studying the situation, the Kuomintang formulated the "King Kong Plan", under the cover of the US military, a large number of soldiers and civilians retreated from Dachen Island and nearby islands. Taishan Islands belong to Fujian. After the Battle of Yijiangshan Island, the CCP also occupied the Taishan Islands off the coast of Fujian in February. Bailongwei Island belongs to Vietnam. After the Battle of Hainan Island, some Kuomintang troops retreated to Bailongwei Island (in Tonkin Bay/Beibu Gulf) belonging to French Vietnam.
In 1954 the French withdrew from Vietnam and the remnants of the Nationalist forces took control of the island. In 1955, the CCP captured Bailongwei Island. The CCP later returned the islands to Vietnam. In this way, in addition to Taiwan and the whatsapp list Penghu Islands, Taiwan, the Republic of China now has several offshore islands. They include: Kinmen Island originally belonged to Fujian In October 1949, the CCP launched the Battle of Guningtou on Kinmen after successively conquering Dayang Island, Xiaodeng Island and Xiamen, but was repelled by the national army.
The government of the Republic of China has ruled so far. Originally belonged to the Matsu area of Lianjiang County, Fujian In 1949, after China captured Pingtan Island, it did not continue to attack the Matsu Islands. The government of the Republic of China has ruled so far. The above two became battlefields in the second strait crisis in 1958, but Taiwan held both places. Dongsha Island In 1905, the Qing Dynasty launched a dispute over the sovereignty of Dongsha Island. In the end, Japan recognized Dongsha Island as "belonging to the Qing Kingdom", and Dongsha Island belonged to Guangdong Province. During World War II, Japan occupied Dongsha.