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MANILA: China to Philippines: Quit Scarborough Shoal

There are 15227 comments on the Asia News Network story from Apr 18, 2012, titled MANILA: China to Philippines: Quit Scarborough Shoal. In it, Asia News Network reports that:

China has asked all Philippine vessels to leave immediately Scarborough Shoal and sent a second aircraft buzzing over the area to scare away Filipino fishermen, officials said yesterday.

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joseph stalin

Wan Chai, Hong Kong

#16737 Oct 18, 2013
Natasha wrote:
Philippines is so small compared to China, why can't China just leave it alone?
natasha , my name is joseph stalin
AAA

Chichester, UK

#16738 Oct 19, 2013
Natasha wrote:
Philippines is so small compared to China, why can't China just leave it alone?
You need to ask why Philippines just can't stop pestering China. If Philippines can leave China alone like it did with Vietnam, then there will be more peace in south China sea. Not as if Philippines has no dispute with vietnam any less than China.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16739 Oct 21, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
PH is already controlled by China, their pols all bowed to China, bought and paid for in cash. PH is giving up too much to China since they kicked us out of Subic Bay and are too proud to ask us back.
Actually China is frustrated that he can't control the Philippines. LOL

DON'T SELL FIGHTER JETS TO PH, CHINA BEGS SOUTH KOREA

MANILA, Philippines - China asked South Korea not to sell FA-50 fighter jets to the Philippines, according to a report in one of South Korea’s national dailies.

A report in The Chosunilbo Monday cited Yomuiri Shimbun's Oct. 18 report that China made the request prior to President Aquino’s state visit to South Korea on Oct. 17.

Korea reportedly declined, saying it cannot accept “interference” in arms exports, which Seoul considers an issue of national interest.

The Philippine and South Korean governments have agreed to fast-track Manila’s procurement of 12 lead-in fighter jets to upgrade the defense capabilities of the Philippine Air Force (PAF).

Aquino said on Friday the acquisition of the FA-50s for P18.9 billion had the approval of South Korea President Park Geun-hye. He said both sides have agreed to expedite the purchase and delivery of the planes.

The President said it is a government-to-government procurement, which came after South Korea offered several models of fighter jets.

He said Park also thanked him for Manila’s decision to buy the FA-50 jets.

The Chosunilbo also reported that an official of the South Korean government said the sale of the fighter jets to the Philippines would push through.

It added that the South Korean government denied the Yomiuri report, but officials privately admitted it.

Aquino said the Philippines would procure more aircraft as well as armored vehicles and command-and-control equipment to boost the defense capabilities of the military and protect the country’s maritime territory.

Meanwhile, Aquino said there is no change in the plan to purchase 12 fighter jets from South Korea.

“I have no information on that matter,” he told reporters in a chance interview at Solaire Resort and Casino, where he was the guest of honor of the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc.(SEIPI), referring to reports that China advised South Korea against the sale.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16740 Oct 21, 2013
uncle del rosario wrote:
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sorry , i did not read your long post , your long post is boring..
this is not a matter of humiliation , yes , phil monkey will thank you for your hard work defending , keep going , phil foreign minister del rosario will thank you , ha ha ha
even if you have a IQ of 1000 , that's great for you , but it will not change the fact that the average phil monkey IQ of 66 , ha ha ha ha ha
phil monkey has to thank you again , after including your IQ of 1000 , their average IQ will raise a little bit to around 67 .
ha ha ha ha ha
sorry for you , but after your great work , it will not change the fact that flipper monkey and politician are incompetent...
incompetent , ignorant , un-educated , street children , no knowledge of history , moron , money lover , monkey mentality..
this is the philippines and their monkey mentality politician , laughing stock of the world , the world laugh at 60 pound monkey challenging 60,000 pound dinosaur...
ha ha ha ha ha .. del rosario will hire you as his lawyer ..
but it will not change the fact that the entire nation of philippines is incompetent... ha ha ha ha ha
Actually, you're just too stupid that you can't read my posts.

On humiliating China, here's another SLAP to your yellow Chinky face after your government BEGGED South Korea not to sell us fighter jets.

PHILIPPINE BUYS 12 SOUTH KOREAN FIGHTER JETS FOR P18.976 BILLION

SEOUL—The Philippines and South Korea have agreed to fast-track the process for the Philippines to buy 12 lead-in fighter jets as part of the Armed Forces modernization plan.

The Philippine government is allotting P18.976 billion for the purchase of these 12 brand new jets that would primarily be used to train pilots and increase the capability of the military to patrol the country’s borders.

“Meron tayong tinatapos both in their laws and our laws,‘yung sa procurement. Medyo napakahaba nung mga details eh. Pero bottom line, both sides agreed to try and expedite the arm purchase and their delivery of these planes,” President Aquino said Thursday.

Aquino and his South Korean counterpart, President Park Geun-hye witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two countries on defense cooperation.

Peter Galvez, spokesman for the defense department, earlier said the Philippines is eyeing FA-50s manufactured by Korea Aerospace Industries.

The Air Force decommissioned F-5s in 2005, leaving the country without lead-in fighter aircraft to address external threats, such as in the West Philippine Sea.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16741 Oct 21, 2013
uncle del rosario wrote:
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are you a filipina speaking?. flipper are incompetent , this is internationally agree.
just look at your phil map, it does not include spratly, therefore phil can not claim.
NOBODY agrees with China when it comes to you your FAKE claims.

Here's another SLAP to your face:

S. KOREA GIVES JET, BACKS PH APPROACH IN SEA ROW

SEOUL - President Aquino and South Korean President Park Geun-hye discussed the current situation in the West Philippine Sea during their summit talks at the Blue House.

Aquino thanked South Korea for supporting the country’s position in taking a rules-based approach in resolving conflicting territorial claims with China.

“We do not want to pick up a fight with anybody but we will do what is needed to protect our sovereignty. As we respect other nations’ rights, we expect them to respect ours,” Aquino was quoted by Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma as saying.

Aquino thanked Park for the imminent transfer to the Philippines of one FA-50 combat jet.

In addition, the Philippines will also be acquiring from South Korea additional aircraft, military vessels and equipment, and command-and-control equipment as part of the AFP modernization program.

Aquino said the newly signed memorandum of understanding on defense cooperation could expand and strengthen “the long-standing partnership between the two countries.”
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16742 Oct 21, 2013
del rosario ape wrote:
look at the chart above.
the countries that the phil monkey depending on is in debt crisis.
usa has 16 trillion debt , average each person has to bear 52,170
united kingdom has 10 trillion debt , average each person 160,158
france average person debt is 74,619
australia average person debt is 52,596
China average person debt is only 396 , the lowest
Who the hell is stupid enough to believe you? ONLY THE CHINAMEN! LOL

CHINA'S FAKE ECONOMIC DATA EXPOSED

BEIJING - China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Thursday announced it had uncovered a serious case involving the faking of economic data by a county government in Southwest China's Yunnan province.

According to the NBS's publicized report, the government of Luliang had coerced local companies to report inflated industrial output value, resulting in artificially high economic figures.

Twenty-eight sampled local companies reported a total of 6.34 billion yuan ($1.03 billion) in industrial output value in 2012; however, the actual value was only 2.82 billion yuan, based on initial calculation, according to the report.

Similarly, 25 sampled local companies reported 2.74 billion yuan of industrial output value in the first half of 2013, but the NBS initially verified the actual value to be only 1.06 billion yuan.

Meanwhile, the county was also found to have faked investment data.

Companies complained that if they did not fraudulently report higher data, their reports would be returned by local government departments. They also said that fake reports would ensure they would enjoy favorable policies such as securing bank loans.

The NBS said that the misconduct has seriously affected the authenticity and independence of company data.

The NBS did not specify the reasons behind the county's faking of data but it is a well-known fact that local government leaders are assessed for their performances based on economic data. Nice-looking data sheets mean promotion opportunities.

In February 2012, the NBS launched a unified data collection system through which companies can send their data directly to the government's statistics center or authorized provincial branches, in an effort to ensure the authenticity of official economic data and dispel discrepancies in this field.

The scheme covers a total of 700,000 major enterprises, which contribute about 80 percent of the country's GDP. However, many other small and medium-sized companies as well as individual businesses are not included.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16743 Oct 21, 2013
ha ha ha wrote:
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you are a fake monkey , i want to debate with a real monkey , like those incompetent phil politician. ha ha ha ha ha
I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU WANT, CHINAMAN.

This is what the Philippines want, and is currently in the process of acquiring them.

Summary of on-going acquisitions for AFP Modernization:

1. Three (3) units of AW 109 Augusta Naval helicopter P1.3 B -Awaiting delivery by Dec. 2013

2. Two (2) units of Strategic Sealift Vessel P4B - PT Pal Indonesia winner ( 1 by 2015 and 1 by end 2016)

3. Eight (8) units of Attack Helicopter P3.5B - winner Augusta Westland waiting for approval from DND Sec.

4. Two (2) units of Light Lift Aircraft P812M - lone bidder winner PT Dirgantara Indonesia (awaiting approval)

5. Three (3) units Medium Lift Aircraft P5.3B - Bidding moved from Oct 14 to Oct 25

6. Two (2) New FrigatesP18B- 1st bidding Oct 25

7. Acquisition of Full Motion Flights Simulator Project - bidding pending wait until further notice

8. Eight Amphibious Assault Vehicle P2.5B - Bidding Oct 10

9. 21 refurbished UH1 Helicopter - 3 failed bidding; to be done under negotiated procurement.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16744 Oct 21, 2013
Alejandro wrote:
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Don't thanks yourself..too obvious. If flips can stop having picnic everywhere, then it will certainly earn the respect of the rest of the world. You got to learn to respect property ownership.
If Chinamen can stop spitting everywhere, then it will certainly earn the respect of the rest of the world.

Meanwhile, RESPECT THIS:(you chinamen want to buy our oil? LOL)

Philippines: Otto Energy announces successful test of the Galoc-5H well in SC14C

Otto Energy, as operator of the producing Galoc oilfield joint venture offshore the Philippines, has provided an update on the Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H drilling campaign in SC14C.

During the period from 0600 hours (AWST) on 9th October 2013 to 0600 hours (AWST) on 16th October 2013, the subsea tree installation, well clean-up and flow test operations were successfully completed. The Galoc-5H well has successfully flowed oil to surface from the Galoc Clastic Unit (GCU) with the well flowing at a rate of 6,300 barrels per day (bopd) on a 64/64” choke setting with a flowing tubing pressure (FTP) of ~830 psi.

Operations were conducted via the drilling rig 'Ocean Patriot' and oil was flared at the location. The initial oil deliverability potential from Galoc-5H under normal field operating conditions is expected to be between 8,000 and 12,000 bopd with final operating rates to be set according to optimum facility and reservoir management constraints. The results from this flow test are in line with the forecast overall field production rate of 12,000 bopd to be delivered once Phase II is brought in to production in late November 2013.

Forward Plan

The forward plan is to move to Galoc-6H, install the subsea tree and commence clean-up and flow testing prior to releasing the rig.

Location and Proposed Depth

The Galoc field is located in Service Contract SC14C (Galoc Sub Block) in 290 metres of water approx. 65km North West of Palawan Island and 350km south of Manila in the Republic of the Philippines. The Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H development wells are being drilled within the existing producing field that has delivered over 10 MMbbls of production since the field was commissioned in 2008.

The Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H development wells will be drilled to a total vertical depth of 2,190 metres with 1,777 metres of horizontal completion in the G-5H well and 1,389 metres of horizontal completion in the G-6H well. Drilling is expected to take approx. 115 days including the flowing of the wells for clean-up.

After drilling of both Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H is completed, the DOF operated Skandi Skansen construction vessel will be used to install the subsea equipment and complete the hook-up of both wells to the FPSO Rubicon Intrepid. First oil from the Phase II wells is expected in November 2013.— with Arnel Valdez Pornillos.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16745 Oct 21, 2013
Alejandro wrote:
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finding an excuse to make a run?...low season 75% discount everywhere, thanks to travel advice against going to Philippines. Now even flip can go for a low cost coconut tree climb.
'Ber' season is peak season for tourism in the Philippines, dumbass. Sad how Boracay has so many noisy Chinamen. You can really differentiate Chinamen from Koreans due to the Chinamen's LACK OF CLASS.

CHINESE TOURIST KEEP COMING TO PHILIPPINES DESPITE ROW

here is no stopping Chinese citizens from coming to the Philippines despite the latter’s maritime row with China.

Tourists from China posted the strongest growth among the top markets in terms of visitor arrivals since January, the Palace announced on Thursday.

Foreign visitor arrivals for the first seven months of the year reached 2,798,881, or an increase of 11.05 per cent from the same period in 2012, maintaining the growth momentum recorded in the first half of the year.

Quoting a report by Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez, presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said the first seven months corresponded to 50.9 per cent of the 5.5 million target arrivals for 2013.

Arrivals in July alone reached 418,288, the second highest record during the year and the first for the month over the past years, Lacierda said.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16746 Oct 21, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
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While you were happily patting in between your thighs, let me interrupted.
Alas Chinawoman CEV although you resides in Philippines, you proved that you are still human and have acquired the local habit copied from the macabre of using banana oil as your lubricant. Hahahahah
Nice imagination, Chinaman. Only Chinamen can think of using banana oil for such a purpose.

In the meantime, while the useless Chinamen are insulting Filipinos..

Filipino maids in Hong Kong are...

PINAY MAIDS FEED HOMELESS IN HONG KONG

MANILA, Philippines - Despite a proposal by two legislators to ban the hiring of Filipino maids in reaction to alleged government inaction on the 2010 hostage tragedy that saw eight Hong Kong tourists killed in Manila by a dismissed policeman, Filipino workers spend their weekly day off volunteering at a program to feed the homeless in Hong Kong.

Every Sunday at the Cornerstone International Church of God in Sham Shui Po, over 30 Filipino maids start cooking rice in the early morning hours, to be packed into over 100 rice boxes together with dishes brought over by the owner of a nearby restaurant, a Filipino known as Ming Gor.

By early evening the maids and about a dozen Chinese volunteers bring the food boxes, plastic tableware and chairs to the space under the Tung Chau Street overpass, where many elderly homeless people – known as street sleepers in Hong Kong – wait for the free meal.

A South China Morning Post report said the Street Sleepers Registry kept by the Social Welfare Department listed 595 homeless people. But according to the Society for Community Organization, the number is more than double that citywide. About half of them are in Sham Shui Po.

Filipino pastor Daniel Miguel Villa said:“It’s a great blessing to all, not a burden, though we are not a rich church. It brings joy to our sisters – we are not just here to be helped by the Chinese, we are also able to help them back.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16747 Oct 21, 2013
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
I have met a lot of Chinese women like CEV here in Canada...
ones who were born here like 40 years ago... when Canada was mostly white
hates her own kind to fit in...
I wonder how she looks at herself in the mirror... or dosent kill the half half babies she has with her low IQ filipino boyfriend...
but the real sad part... is she has no problem in working for or taking money from her Chinese Filipino parents business
seriously if you hate being Chinese so much... then move out of the gated complex and go work in a sari sari store... or as a GRO, sell bananas etc etc etc
Yeah, and I remember you ANNOUNCING in this forum that you are a CHINAMAN WHO WISH HE WAS BORN WHITE. LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!

KOREAN COMPANIES TO INVEST $1,7-B IN PH

SEOUL – At least two Korean companies confirmed commitments to invest in the Philippines, amounting to at least US$1.7 billion, following President Aquino's meetings with business leaders here.

Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma said the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) is pushing through with its plan to build a new coal-fired power plant "that will produce at least 150 megawatts and to follow this up with a similar facility for a total additional capacity of 300 megawatts in Bataan."

"Other proposed power projects that are in the pipeline are as follows: Bislig, Surigao del Sur, 200 MW; Cadiz, Negros Occidental, 200 MW," Coloma said.

Estimated total cost of all three projects is pegged at US$700 million.

Top conglomerate Lotte also committed to build a 350-room hotel in Cebu "and to make other investments in confectionery, retail, real estate, and food manufacturing."

"Projects in pipeline are estimated to total US$ 1 billion over their projected completion in the next 5 years," Coloma said.

President Aquino urged Lotte to explore the possibility of investing in new tourist facilities in Palawan.

Hanjin and KEPCO offered to lease the facilities of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant for new coal-fired power plants.

Coloma said, "President Aquino directed Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla to work out with the two companies alternative options on locating proposed new power plant facilities within the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant reservation. This is government's response to the two companies' offer to lease the BNPP facilities."

DEMOGRAPHIC SWEET SPOT

In meeting with Korean business executives, Aquino pointed out that the Philippines will enter a "demographic sweet spot" in 2015 when "the bulk" Filipinos reach working age and provide a pool of manpower for investors.

"In 2015, the Philippines will enter a demographic sweet spot, with the bulk of our people hitting working age-a professional, loyal, English-speaking work force that can surely contribute to the growth of investors. This situation, one that is conducive to business, will remain for the next 40 years," Aquino said in his speech before the Korean business community.

GDP per capita is expected to reach $6,000 by 2019, which is expected to boost the buying power of Filipinos.

"By 2019, we will enter another sweet spot: GDP per capita will hit around $6,000. This middle income sweet spot means a more empowered consumer base, as proven by other countries that hit an inflection point in the buying power of their citizens. Studies foresee that in the next fifteen years or so, four out of five Filipinos can hit middle class status if we continue on our current trajectory."
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16748 Oct 21, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
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What do you do when a little dog keep from your neighborhood continue to bark and bite your leg?
The dog is so small compared with you and so why can't you just leave it alone?
That is great attitude! Very loving and sensible!
Frankly today only Philippines is the only one barking?
China in disgust has left it completely alone and started construction of defensive barricade/ So much so, Philippines felt very isolated today. At both APEC and ASEAN meeting recently, Philippines delegate including your President felt so intimidated by the atmosphere and turn of events. ASEAN members have openly embraced the Chinese President in the absence of US OBAMA. Have you read what the Professor from many US University are saying when describing OBAMA attitude in dealing with OPPOSITION and COMPETITORS both at home and oversea.
I left my neighbor's dog alone. Yes it's very loving and sensible.

What would you do Chinaman?:D Act like a dog and bite the dog to shut him up?:D

So lets see you bite the 'dog' Chinaman. LOL

CHINA BEGS US, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA NOT TO GANG UP ON SEA ROW

SHANGHAI - China said on Monday the United States, Australia and Japan should not use their alliance as an excuse to intervene in territorial disputes in the East China Sea and South China Sea, and urged them to refrain from inflaming regional tensions.

On Friday, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the maritime disputes during a trilateral strategic dialogue in Bali, Indonesia.

Relations between China and Japan, the world's second- and third-largest economies, have been troubled in recent years by a row over tiny, uninhabited islands in the East China Sea known as the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyu in China.

In the South China Sea, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, Brunei and China are involved in long-standing sovereignty disputes over the potentially oil- and gas-rich island chain.

A joint statement from the U.S.-Japan-Australia meeting opposed "coercive or unilateral actions" that could change the status quo in the East China Sea and called on claimants to maritime disputes in the South China Sea to refrain from destabilising actions, according to the State Department website.

"The United States, Japan and Australia are allies but this should not become an excuse to interfere in territorial disputes, otherwise it will only make the problems more complicated and harm the interests of all parties," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Monday.

"We urge the relevant countries to respect facts, distinguish right from wrong, be cautious, and stop all words and deeds that are not beneficial to the proper handling of the issue and undermine regional stability," she said in comments on the ministry website.

The U.S.-Japan-Australia meeting took place on the sidelines of an annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali.

Separately, another Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, Qin Gang, voiced China's opposition to Kishida's raising of maritime security at an informal breakfast meeting with foreign ministers, saying that it has long been considered inappropriate to discuss issues of political security or sensitive and controversial topics at APEC.

"There has not been a problem with freedom and security of navigation in this region for a long time," Qin said in another statement released late on Sunday.

"Playing up so-called maritime security issue goes against real efforts for the freedom and security of navigation."
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16749 Oct 21, 2013
joseph stalin wrote:
<quoted text>
natasha , my name is joseph stalin
Fck you Chinaman. Your name is Ching Chong or Ling Ling or Ding Dong.

Stop pretending to be Russian, coz you're just one of the homeless Chinamen in Hong Kong who lines up for food when Filipino maids are doing Charity work there by feeding the homeless.

PSEI JUMPS TO 4-WEEK HIGH ON US DEBT DEAL, CHINA STOCKS DOWN

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine Stock Exchange index is the region's best performer on Thursday, as Asian stocks cheered the end of the US government shutdown.

The benchmark index rose 1.19% to 6,560.88, the first time it closed above 6,500 in a month.

Among the top gainers were San Miguel, which jumped 5% to P79.80 on news of a property dividend. Alliance Global also rose nearly 3% to P26, after its hotel and casino arm Travllers International set its IPO price at P11.28.

Enrique Razon's ICTSI also rose 1.4% to P102.40, on the company's plans to start construction of its Davao port next year.

Trading on the Philippine exchange was relatively active, more than double the full-day average over the past 30 sessions.

At the foreign exchange market, the peso strengthened to close at P43.06 against the dollar.

But Hong Kong lost 0.57 percent, or 133.45 points to 23,094.88, while Shanghai closed down 0.21 percent, or 4.53 points, at 2,188.54 as dealers await the release Friday of China's third-quarter economic growth data.
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16750 Oct 22, 2013
AAA wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to ask why Philippines just can't stop pestering China. If Philippines can leave China alone like it did with Vietnam, then there will be more peace in south China sea. Not as if Philippines has no dispute with vietnam any less than China.
STOP BEGGING CHINAMAN! You guys are TOO DESPERATE. It's really saddening.

Look what you're government is doing now:

CHINESE JOURNALISTS ORDERED BY GOVERNMENT NOT TO WRITE ANY PRO-JAPAN TOPICS, ALSO ON US AND DEMOCRACY, AND ON VIETNAM AND PHILIPPINE DISPUTES

October 21, 2013

A mandatory training program for all Chinese journalists began Saturday. The program will last until the end of the year, but participating journalists were already told not to write anything that would favour Japan with regard to the issues on history and territory.

The training program, required by the Chinese Communist Party, gathered about 250,000 journalists working for media organizations across the country. They were reminded what kind of government China has as they were taught the basics of a Marxist view on journalism and how news-making – from gathering to editing – is done in a communist country. They were also instructed on the laws and regulations, norms included, in a government-controlled media.

Once completing the “re-education,” journalists will have to take and pass an examination before they can renew their press accreditation. The exam will take place between January and February next year. The program is also considered the first training by the ruling party made before the accreditation renewal.

Besides the issues with Japan, the Chinese journalists were also told how the United States is “trying to undermine” China. Asian neighbours Vietnam and the Philippines, both having territorial disputes with China over a group of islands in the South China Sea, were also criticized. It’s also known that other ASEAN members are having issues with China.

It may be understandable how journalists with a communist government, which controls the media in the country, were told to reject democratic ideology. However, to require them to reject human rights is way beyond reasonable comprehension. Both principles are considered by China to be values of the West and are “targeting China’s Communist Party.”
Cev

Quezon City, Philippines

#16751 Oct 22, 2013
The Chinamen are now afraid to engage me in an intellectual discussion because their malnourished brains and lacking education are inferior to mine. LOL.

Bunch of losers.
AAA

Chichester, UK

#16753 Oct 22, 2013
Cev wrote:
<quoted text>
STOP BEGGING CHINAMAN! You guys are TOO DESPERATE. It's really saddening.
Look what you're government is doing now:
CHINESE JOURNALISTS ORDERED BY GOVERNMENT NOT TO WRITE ANY PRO-JAPAN TOPICS, ALSO ON US AND DEMOCRACY, AND ON VIETNAM AND PHILIPPINE DISPUTES
October 21, 2013
A mandatory training program for all Chinese journalists began Saturday. The program will last until the end of the year, but participating journalists were already told not to write anything that would favour Japan with regard to the issues on history and territory.
The training program, required by the Chinese Communist Party, gathered about 250,000 journalists working for media organizations across the country. They were reminded what kind of government China has as they were taught the basics of a Marxist view on journalism and how news-making – from gathering to editing – is done in a communist country. They were also instructed on the laws and regulations, norms included, in a government-controlled media.
Once completing the “re-education,” journalists will have to take and pass an examination before they can renew their press accreditation. The exam will take place between January and February next year. The program is also considered the first training by the ruling party made before the accreditation renewal.
Besides the issues with Japan, the Chinese journalists were also told how the United States is “trying to undermine” China. Asian neighbours Vietnam and the Philippines, both having territorial disputes with China over a group of islands in the South China Sea, were also criticized. It’s also known that other ASEAN members are having issues with China.
It may be understandable how journalists with a communist government, which controls the media in the country, were told to reject democratic ideology. However, to require them to reject human rights is way beyond reasonable comprehension. Both principles are considered by China to be values of the West and are “targeting China’s Communist Party.”
That was a reply for Natasha...so sexy Natasha is really Cev?
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#16754 Oct 22, 2013
Cev wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, and I remember you ANNOUNCING in this forum that you are a CHINAMAN WHO WISH HE WAS BORN WHITE. LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!
KOREAN COMPANIES TO INVEST $1,7-B IN PH
SEOUL – At least two Korean companies confirmed commitments to invest in the Philippines, amounting to at least US$1.7 billion, following President Aquino's meetings with business leaders here.
Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma said the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) is pushing through with its plan to build a new coal-fired power plant "that will produce at least 150 megawatts and to follow this up with a similar facility for a total additional capacity of 300 megawatts in Bataan."
"Other proposed power projects that are in the pipeline are as follows: Bislig, Surigao del Sur, 200 MW; Cadiz, Negros Occidental, 200 MW," Coloma said.
Estimated total cost of all three projects is pegged at US$700 million.
Top conglomerate Lotte also committed to build a 350-room hotel in Cebu "and to make other investments in confectionery, retail, real estate, and food manufacturing."
"Projects in pipeline are estimated to total US$ 1 billion over their projected completion in the next 5 years," Coloma said.
President Aquino urged Lotte to explore the possibility of investing in new tourist facilities in Palawan.
Hanjin and KEPCO offered to lease the facilities of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant for new coal-fired power plants.
Coloma said, "President Aquino directed Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla to work out with the two companies alternative options on locating proposed new power plant facilities within the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant reservation. This is government's response to the two companies' offer to lease the BNPP facilities."
DEMOGRAPHIC SWEET SPOT
In meeting with Korean business executives, Aquino pointed out that the Philippines will enter a "demographic sweet spot" in 2015 when "the bulk" Filipinos reach working age and provide a pool of manpower for investors.
"In 2015, the Philippines will enter a demographic sweet spot, with the bulk of our people hitting working age-a professional, loyal, English-speaking work force that can surely contribute to the growth of investors. This situation, one that is conducive to business, will remain for the next 40 years," Aquino said in his speech before the Korean business community.
GDP per capita is expected to reach $6,000 by 2019, which is expected to boost the buying power of Filipinos.
"By 2019, we will enter another sweet spot: GDP per capita will hit around $6,000. This middle income sweet spot means a more empowered consumer base, as proven by other countries that hit an inflection point in the buying power of their citizens. Studies foresee that in the next fifteen years or so, four out of five Filipinos can hit middle class status if we continue on our current trajectory."
I was a kid... in a white country...with no other Asians but myself

you are a grown up in a Country full of LOW IQ Filipinos who want to rape and kill you...wanting to be like a LOW IQ APE... at least white people have an IQ in the 100s

bashing on the very people who give you a good living

but too much of a pansy to do anything about it.... like go out on YOUR OWN

frankly when that happens I will be laughing too
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#16755 Oct 22, 2013
when Filipinos like Brain twister talk about raping and killing Chinese Filipinos...

I am hoping he breaks into CEVs house....
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#16756 Oct 22, 2013
Ethnic Chinese perception of Filipinos

All indigenous Filipinos were initially referred to as hoan-á(&#30058;&#20180 ;) by ethnic Chinese in the Philippines. It is also used in other Southeast Asian countries by Hokkien speaking ethnic Chinese to refer to peoples of Malay ancestry. The term itself means foreigner and is actually non-derogatory when it first came to use. However, it acquired a negative connotation to mean " a slave" over the years, and Southeast Asian locals prefer that ethnic Chinese refrain from using it. Most older Chinese still use the term out of familiarity rather than prejudice, while younger Chinese now use the term hui-li&#781;p-pin lâng (&#33778;&#24459;& #23486;&#20154;), which directly means, "Philippine person", or simply "Filipino".

Chinese Filipinos generally perceive the government and authorities to be unsympathetic to the plight of the ethnic Chinese, especially in terms of frequent kidnapping for ransom. While the vast majority of older generation Chinese Filipinos still remember the rabid anti-Chinese taunts and the anti-Chinese raids and searches done by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and Bureau of Immigration, most of the third or fourth generation Chinese Filipinos generally view the Philippine people and government positively, and have largely forgotten about the historical oppression of the ethnic Chinese. They are also most likely to consider themselves as "Filipino" and support the Philippines, rather than China or Taiwan.

To this day, there still exists a small minority of Filipinos who are explicitly anti-Chinese, as manifested in Internet forums and periodic public demonstrations. Such people are known as pai-hua (&#25490;&#33775;) in the local Minnan dialect. Organizations belonging to this category include the Laspip Movement, headed by Adolfo Abadeza, as well as the Kadugong Liping Pilipino, founded by Armando Ducat, Jr..[49]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Filipino

^ when the Austronesian Filipinos rape and kill these Chinese Filipinos...

I dont think I would care...
AAA

Chichester, UK

#16757 Oct 22, 2013
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
when Filipinos like Brain twister talk about raping and killing Chinese Filipinos...
I am hoping he breaks into CEVs house....
Even crystal wants to get rid of all Filipino Chinese from Philippines

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