The UN Advisory Panel is a group of independent experts appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to provide advice and recommendations on specific issues or events. The Panel is composed of individuals with expertise in diverse fields such as human rights, humanitarian affairs, conflict resolution, and other relevant areas. This committee is established when a problem regarding a specific region comes up. The APQ of the South China Sea will be addressing issues such as the ambiguity of continental shelf borders in the South China Sea.

The South China Sea dispute is a complex and longstanding territorial dispute involving several countries in Southeast Asia. At the center of the dispute are overlapping claims to sovereignty over various islands, reefs, and waters in the South China Sea. The Advisory Panel will also provide expert advice on Taiwanese-Chinese political relations. The committee will aim to bring peace to the region aspiring to maintain political stability and security.