Two objects cataloged from the CZ-5 launch: 180 x 67690 km x 19.4 deg, and 203 x 73395 km x 19.4 deg. One is the SJ-20 comms satellite and the other is the CZ-5 rocket's second stage.
The first stage (depending on how you count it.) The strapons and the fairing fall closer to China, and the core stage falls near Guam. The second stage reaches orbit.
Question: How close to Guam did China's recent Long March 5's first stage fall?
I suppose at least two if not three countries watched it by radar, but are these things every reported to the public anywhere? Or am I so used to watching first stages land on ships (or simulate landing on the water's surface, then fall over) that I'm projecting that thinking and they just fall "in the middle of nowhere" and nobody makes a note if it?