China has opened its fifth Antarctic research station – Qinling – south of Australia and New Zealand, located on Inexpressible Island in the icy Ross Sea.  China has four other research stations in other parts of Antarctica that it previously built from 1985 to 2014 — Zhongshan, Taishan, Kunlun and Great Wall — with two of them also year-long stations like Qinling.

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