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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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Callous

Philippines

#16890 Dec 13, 2013
Then why was China's Vive President BOOOED?
Callous

Philippines

#16891 Dec 13, 2013
The Vice President of China was loudly BOOOED BY THE PEOPLE in a supposedly solemn event. That's really embarrassing.

Why? Any thoughts Why?
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16892 Dec 13, 2013
Callous wrote:
The Vice President of China was loudly BOOOED BY THE PEOPLE in a supposedly solemn event. That's really embarrassing.
Why? Any thoughts Why?
Because with pea size brain like yours, the only answer is like you a brainwash cow, you will persists in MOOING or BOOING at whoever or whatever reasons as long as the object appeared in RED!

You are a DISGRACE and EMBARRASSMENT to all the rest of above average IQ Pinoy meaning with an IQ more than 76!

Yours is definitely below Pinoy National Average IQ and should be 67 like those Africans who misbehaved and BOOED at even the IMAGES of their President Jacob Zuma, the very person endorsed by their late HERO Mandela! To get even sicker they CHEER at a very renown tyrant Mugabe of Zambabwie (We assure you that Zambabwie is DEMOCRATIC as they allowed ELECTION and MULTIPARTIES. Then why is Robert Mugabe regarded as a TYRANT by the WEST! That is beyond the understanding of a IQ67 Callous! Hahahahah
Callous

Quezon City, Philippines

#16893 Dec 14, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
Because with pea size brain like yours, the only answer is like you a brainwash cow, you will persists in MOOING or BOOING at whoever or whatever reasons as long as the object appeared in RED!
You are a DISGRACE and EMBARRASSMENT to all the rest of above average IQ Pinoy meaning with an IQ more than 76!
Yours is definitely below Pinoy National Average IQ and should be 67 like those Africans who misbehaved and BOOED at even the IMAGES of their President Jacob Zuma, the very person endorsed by their late HERO Mandela! To get even sicker they CHEER at a very renown tyrant Mugabe of Zambabwie (We assure you that Zambabwie is DEMOCRATIC as they allowed ELECTION and MULTIPARTIES. Then why is Robert Mugabe regarded as a TYRANT by the WEST! That is beyond the understanding of a IQ67 Callous! Hahahahah
very funny and entertaining. But it still doesn't explain why the Vice President Li of China was terribly Boooed. Perhaps these people also feel the same disgust over the Creeping / Salami Slicing Invasion of Red China over neighboring territories. Just speculating. Maybe the Wu Maos have their own explanation, so let's hear it Wumaos...
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16894 Dec 14, 2013
Callous wrote:
<quoted text> very funny and entertaining. But it still doesn't explain why the Vice President Li of China was terribly Boooed. Perhaps these people also feel the same disgust over the Creeping / Salami Slicing Invasion of Red China over neighboring territories. Just speculating. Maybe the Wu Maos have their own explanation, so let's hear it Wumaos...
If I have to repeat myself what is a WC and why it needs to be washed more than 3 times and get a reply like "Why WC need washing?" from an dumb individual like you, I bet the best thing to do is to send you back to the Agency and complained that the last thing I required is a broken record player.

From boo heard to terribly booed! Why did the people booed whenever the images of South Africa president Jacob Duma was shown? Why did the people disturbed and interrupted the President of India or booed at Brazilian President?

Maybe they are MAIDS or MAIL BRIDES from Philippines! Hahahahahah

Thank you for entertaining me!
Callous

Pasig, Philippines

#16896 Dec 18, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
If I have to repeat myself what is a WC and why it needs to be washed more than 3 times and get a reply like "Why WC need washing?" from an dumb individual like you, I bet the best thing to do is to send you back to the Agency and complained that the last thing I required is a broken record player.
From boo heard to terribly booed! Why did the people booed whenever the images of South Africa president Jacob Duma was shown? Why did the people disturbed and interrupted the President of India or booed at Brazilian President?
Maybe they are MAIDS or MAIL BRIDES from Philippines! Hahahahahah
Thank you for entertaining me!
Gotcha Wu Mao! KL? What a liar.

Still No answer to the question? Then just shut it if you don't know. Wu Maos...the lies you peddle for a few cents.
HATED DICTATOR Xi Jinping

Surrey, Canada

#16897 Dec 18, 2013
Callous wrote:
Zuma is disliked by his people and is an ally of China represented by Vice President Li. Both were booed.
The Chinese Communist Party is notorious worldwide for being a thieving dictatorship of parasites, so they and all who ally themselves with the CCP are BOOED whenever they dare to show their faces in public!

The Wu Mao know this and immediately resort to crude Red Guard attacks on anyone who brings it up because there is nothing else they CAN do in light of such obvious facts about their CCP masters!

Did you see the HUGE OVATION that US President Obama got?

What a CONTRAST!
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16898 Dec 18, 2013
Anyway if don't expects Pinoy like Callous to be grateful because if is not in her nature to do so. "Peace Ark" is like Godsend to many Filipino victims. It sailed home on Dec 15, 2013.

China's Hospital ship restores hope of typhoon survivors in C. Philippines
By Alito L. Malinao

MANILA, Nov. 28
To the thousands of hapless victims of super typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) in central Philippines, particularly the injured, the arrival of the Peace Ark, China's state-of-the-art hospital ship, was providential and most-welcomed.

It has restored their hope and confidence that they would be able to live a normal life again after the tragedy.

Since Monday, the day after it dropped anchor off the coast of Tacloban City, the ship has already treated scores of patients, some of them with major injuries and other ailments.

Tacloban City, capital of the island-province of Leyte in central Philippines, was the worst hit by the killer typhoon and storm surges that accompanied it.

Also badly hit was the nearby province of Eastern Samar.

After typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines on Nov. 8, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Foreign Minister Wang Yi extended their condolences respectively to Philippine President Benigno Aquino III and Foreign Minister Albert Del Rosario.

The Peace Ark, one of China's biggest and most modern floating hospitals, has joined a fleet of international humanitarian missions that are now assisting survivors of the worst typhoon that hit the Philippines in its entire history.

"This is an added boost because the Peace Ark is even BIGGER than our REGIONAL HOSPITAL in terms of capacity with very experienced doctors and medical staff from China," said Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, a member of the Philippine Congress representing the province of Leyte.

Aside from Representative Romualdez, local officials led by Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez also welcomed the officers and medical staff of the Peace Ark along with Chinese Ambassador to Manila Ma Keping.

The 300-bed Peace Ark, the first 10,000-ton-class hospital ship in the world, arrived at the Leyte Gulf before dusk on Sunday. It has some 100 doctors and hospital capabilities to treat and provide other assistance to victims of the super typhoon.

The ship is equipped with advanced medical systems including CT scan room, digital X-ray photographic studio, blood bank, oxygen generation station, compressed air system and pharmacy, among others.

The hospital is headed by Rear Admiral Shen Hao, the mission commander, and Capt. Guan Bolin, chief of the Navy Health Department of the People's Liberation Army.

China has joined the militaries of 15 other countries working on the ground to help in the relief and rehabilitation efforts of a clearly overwhelmed Philippine government.

The foreign militaries taking part in the massive humanitarian mission are from Australia, the United States, Japan, Canada, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Sweden, Vietnam, South Korea, New Zealand, Spain, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and Israel.

"We are very fortunate that we have many friends and allies that contributed their military assets to help us in the rescue and relief operations. Without them, we would have some difficulty. You know the limitations of our capabilities," Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Emmanuel Bautista told reporters in Manila on Monday.

While treating patients at the hospital ship, Chinese doctors have also assisted local hospitals that have been destroyed by the typhoon.

A Chinese medical team from the hospital ship has already treated patients at the privately owned Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Hospital in Tacloban City.
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16899 Dec 18, 2013
USA send her AIRCRAFT CARRIER and left shorty as they have a more IMPORTANT MISSION - naval exercise.

China send her MEDICAL TEAM and a HOSPITAL SHIP!

LOL US news media never failed to astonish us ASIAN! Have these people NO SHAME! Send an AC to help victim of Haiyan! Better shipped them to USA for treatment instead... They don't need your naval F18 to do fly past as a sign of respect for the 6,000 over dead victims. Save it for Mandela who CONDEMNED USA as being IMPERIALIST for attacking Iraq.

China's Hospital ship restores hope of typhoon survivors in C. Philippines
By Alito L. Malinao

continue...

According to the Chinese embassy here, five wounded Filipinos were among the first to be treated in the hospital ship. The five patients, who were confined at the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center in Tacloban City, were airlifted to the ship. One patient, Flora Anadi, 44, was operated on after she suffered a fractured knee. Another patient, Michael Martillo, 19, was treated for appendicitis. On the succeeding days, scores of other typhoon survivors have been attended to by the hospital medical staff.

Aside from the hospital ship, two medical teams of more than 30 members from the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) have joined the Philippine National Red Cross and set up camp in Tacloban City where they received patients.

China's government emergency medical team also set up tents in the town of Abuyog in Leyte where they received 75 patients.

A cargo of 37.8 million peso (0.9 million U.S. dollars) worth of supplies, including 2,000 tents, 2,000 sleeping bags, medicine and medical devices donated by the RCSC also arrived in Cebu City on Nov. 21 and has been turned over to their Philippine counterpart.

The 73 million peso (1.7 million U.S. dollars) worth of aid that the Chinese government pledged, which is composed of 10,000 blankets and 2,600 tents with each capable of housing six to 10 people, was delivered to the Philippine side on Nov. 19.

Meanwhile, the death toll from the super typhoon has risen to 5, 560 as of Thursday, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), a government agency tasked to coordinate all rescue and relief efforts in the country during calamities.

The NDRRMC said the number of injured persons in Yolanda- battered areas in eastern Visayas is still at 26,136. The number of missing is pegged at 1,757 while the number of affected persons has ballooned to 10.8 million.
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#16900 Dec 18, 2013
Off course there are many Pinoy in here who preferred and choose to POLITICKING over the useless dead in Cebu!

The world whom these Pinoy were boasting that were so supportive of them and were hoping to save them were too busy attending to the FUNERAL of ONE MAN - MANDELA.

LOL Crisis do tells us something right! Who are your real friends and enemies? For many Pinoy there will never learn because of their low IQ and twisted brainwash mind!

Isn't is Amazing and a MIRACLE that China did not send her warships there like USA did!

China's Peace Ark hospital ship returns home

NINGBO, Dec. 15 -- China's navy hospital ship Peace Ark returned to a navy port on Zhoushan island in east China's Zhejiang Province on Sunday, concluding a humanitarian medical aid mission in typhoon-hit areas in the Philippines.

During the mission, the ship TREATED 2,208 patients, conducted 44 operations, and offered medical treatment and medicine to more than 450 households, according to the authorities of the Peace Ark.

The ship also launched surveys on epidemiology among over 7,000 people and delivered 12 reports based on relevant results to the World Health Organization.

On Nov. 21, the ship departed for the disaster areas hit by typhoon Haiyan, also known as Yolanda locally, the first time China has sent a naval vessel to overseas disaster-hit areas for a humanitarian medical mission.

The mission received positive comment and praise from the Philippine government and people as well as the international community.

As the most powerful typhoon in decades, Haiyan wreaked havoc in central Philippine provinces on Nov. 8, leaving nearly 6,000 dead, 27,022 injured and 1,779 missing.
Callous

Philippines

#16901 Dec 20, 2013
HATED DICTATOR Xi Jinping wrote:
<quoted text>
The Chinese Communist Party is notorious worldwide for being a thieving dictatorship of parasites, so they and all who ally themselves with the CCP are BOOED whenever they dare to show their faces in public!
The Wu Mao know this and immediately resort to crude Red Guard attacks on anyone who brings it up because there is nothing else they CAN do in light of such obvious facts about their CCP masters!
Did you see the HUGE OVATION that US President Obama got?
What a CONTRAST!
I totally agree with you.
The booing will never stop if a Chinese official represents and attends international events. This is the reason why their press conferences are closely guarded and questions are controlled. The true free press will not be allowed to ask damning questions that would embarrass them in the international community.
I think that will change if they act as a true big brother and not as a bully grabbing whatever it wants from smaller countries. The mere fact that they claim to own a sea or a body of water is so irrational. I'm truly disgusted by their sneaky "salami slicing" invasion tactics. They dont respect International arbitration because they know they can't defend their irrational stand.
Be a big brother and respect the arbitration process. If the UN decides in the end that the territory belongs to China then so be it. But they must also respect if the decision goes the other way. Maybe then China will get the respect from the Asian community and the rest of the world.
Callous

Philippines

#16902 Dec 20, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
Off course there are many Pinoy in here who preferred and choose to POLITICKING over the useless dead in Cebu!
The world whom these Pinoy were boasting that were so supportive of them and were hoping to save them were too busy attending to the FUNERAL of ONE MAN - MANDELA.
LOL Crisis do tells us something right! Who are your real friends and enemies? For many Pinoy there will never learn because of their low IQ and twisted brainwash mind!
Isn't is Amazing and a MIRACLE that China did not send her warships there like USA did!
China's Peace Ark hospital ship returns home
NINGBO, Dec. 15 -- China's navy hospital ship Peace Ark returned to a navy port on Zhoushan island in east China's Zhejiang Province on Sunday, concluding a humanitarian medical aid mission in typhoon-hit areas in the Philippines.
During the mission, the ship TREATED 2,208 patients, conducted 44 operations, and offered medical treatment and medicine to more than 450 households, according to the authorities of the Peace Ark.
The ship also launched surveys on epidemiology among over 7,000 people and delivered 12 reports based on relevant results to the World Health Organization.
On Nov. 21, the ship departed for the disaster areas hit by typhoon Haiyan, also known as Yolanda locally, the first time China has sent a naval vessel to overseas disaster-hit areas for a humanitarian medical mission.
The mission received positive comment and praise from the Philippine government and people as well as the international community.
As the most powerful typhoon in decades, Haiyan wreaked havoc in central Philippine provinces on Nov. 8, leaving nearly 6,000 dead, 27,022 injured and 1,779 missing.
thank you for your help china, but we're talking about a different issue here
lct

Beijing, China

#16904 Dec 20, 2013
Aquino, Kerry affirm PH-US partnership
Manila, Philippines - Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III and United States Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday affirmed the two nations’ partnership in preserving freedom of navigation in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).

Secretary Kerry paid a courtesy call on President Aquino in Malacañang Tuesday night, where they held a closed-door meeting, followed by a dinner in honor of the secretary hosted by the President.

Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said concerns on the freedom of navigation in the West Philippine Sea were among the matters discussed during the closed-door meeting.

“They affirmed the two countries’ partnership in promoting stability, the rule of law, and preserving freedom of navigation in the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea,” Coloma said.“Also clarified were parameters of the framework agreement on the rotational presence that will be fleshed out in continuing bilateral talks.”

President Aquino and Secretary Kerry discussed areas of cooperation in economic development, including expanded trade and investment and US assistance in hastening the reconstruction effort in calamity areas.

Pleasant And Productive

In his message during the dinner in honor of Secretary Kerry, President Aquino said:“Our conversation was not only pleasant but also extremely productive and it leaves me optimistic that moving forward, the historic friendship between our countries will only grow deeper and more meaningful.”

Kerry’s visit reaffirms both countries’ commitment to “building a better future together,” he said.“Whether it was by augmenting our humanitarian response efforts or by generously providing relief goods and much-needed aid, your concern for Filipinos was clear. In fact, the presence of the United States in relief efforts reminds us of a time in our history when Filipinos and Americans stood in solidarity for an important cause, particularly in Central Visayas, which has rich historical associations for Filipinos and Americans.”

The President noted that Secretary Kerry was instrumental in urging then US President Reagan to tell then President Ferdinand Marcos that it was time to go after personally witnessing the massive cheating in the 1986 elections.

Secretary Kerry said his visit reaffirms the United States’ commitment to help in the rebuilding efforts of typhoon-affected areas.

“And to continue to stand with the Philippines, as we share values and aspirations and a lot of history, so that we deal with the problems of the South China Sea… a challenge of meeting the aspirations of our people, the challenges of security, of growing our economies, building a new trade relationship, and indeed, of living up to the hopes of the people who give us these responsibilities,” Kerry said.

Secretary Kerry’s two-day visit to the Philippines included a visit yesterday to areas devastated by typhoon “Yolanda,” particularly Tacloban City.

$25-M Additional Aid

The US is providing nearly $25 million in additional humanitarian aid to help the Philippines deal with the enormous devastation and deaths wrought by typhoon Haiyan last month, Kerry said yesterday after touring the worst-hit region.

Kerry flew to Tacloban City, where he was overwhelmed by the vast landscape of wrecked villages that he saw. He visited a food-distribution center run by USAID and government welfare officers, talked with officials and consoled survivors.

“This is a devastation unlike anything that I have ever seen at this scale,” Kerry said at a temporary USAID headquarters in Tacloban.“It is really quite stunning. It looks like a war zone and to many people it is.” The new food aid, shelter materials, water and other supplies he announced for typhoon-lashed families bring the total US assistance package to $86 million.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#16907 Dec 20, 2013
I wish Filipino beggars, who still text and email me, were like these proud pinoy posters.... that way I would get less begging...
HATED DICTATOR Xi Jinping

Surrey, Canada

#16908 Dec 20, 2013
Callous wrote:
<quoted text>
I totally agree with you.
The booing will never stop if a Chinese official represents and attends international events. This is the reason why their press conferences are closely guarded and questions are controlled. The true free press will not be allowed to ask damning questions that would embarrass them in the international community.
I think that will change if they act as a true big brother and not as a bully grabbing whatever it wants from smaller countries. The mere fact that they claim to own a sea or a body of water is so irrational. I'm truly disgusted by their sneaky "salami slicing" invasion tactics. They dont respect International arbitration because they know they can't defend their irrational stand.
Be a big brother and respect the arbitration process. If the UN decides in the end that the territory belongs to China then so be it. But they must also respect if the decision goes the other way. Maybe then China will get the respect from the Asian community and the rest of the world.
So TRUE!

The CCP constantly tells everyone of their amazing superpower status, but acts in all respects like a weak, unstable, corrupt semi-failed state!

They have no respect for law, international OR domestic, and expect the entire world to let them act like the BANDITS they actually ARE!
CCP is USELESS and DYING

Surrey, Canada

#16909 Dec 20, 2013
lct wrote:
Aquino, Kerry affirm PH-US partnership
Manila, Philippines - Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III and United States Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday affirmed the two nations’ partnership in preserving freedom of navigation in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).
Secretary Kerry paid a courtesy call on President Aquino in Malacañang Tuesday night, where they held a closed-door meeting, followed by a dinner in honor of the secretary hosted by the President.
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said concerns on the freedom of navigation in the West Philippine Sea were among the matters discussed during the closed-door meeting.
“They affirmed the two countries’ partnership in promoting stability, the rule of law, and preserving freedom of navigation in the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea,” Coloma said.“Also clarified were parameters of the framework agreement on the rotational presence that will be fleshed out in continuing bilateral talks.”
President Aquino and Secretary Kerry discussed areas of cooperation in economic development, including expanded trade and investment and US assistance in hastening the reconstruction effort in calamity areas.
Pleasant And Productive
In his message during the dinner in honor of Secretary Kerry, President Aquino said:“Our conversation was not only pleasant but also extremely productive and it leaves me optimistic that moving forward, the historic friendship between our countries will only grow deeper and more meaningful.”.....
“They affirmed the two countries’ partnership in promoting stability, the rule of law, and preserving freedom of navigation in the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea,”

Yes! While the incompetent Chinese Communist Party screws up and alienates every other Asian nation except the DPRK with its crude bullying, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA comes in to help establish LAW and STABILITY in East Asia!

You mainland Chinese must be VERY GRATEFUL to the US for stepping in to fix the problems caused by the WEAK and DYING Chinese Communist Party thug dictatorship!
hehe

Shanghai, China

#16910 Dec 22, 2013
all these stupid Territory problem in asia is all caused by the japanese invasion, the japanese had screwed the order that kept thousand years in asia
2 Cents

Taipei, Taiwan

#16914 May 11, 2014
The last post here was on Dec. 22, 2013. Let's keep this thread going. Don't give up. It's okay if you just repeat yourself. See you in another 15,000 posts.
Someone unimportant

Los Angeles, CA

#16917 Jun 25, 2015
If you PINOY cannot even distinguish the SIMILARITIES between BRITISH FALKLAND and Huangyan and are now spreading USELESS allegations and comments such as China FEAR Theory e.g. "Why don't PRC claim Indonesia, Borneo, Malaya, etc.?", it prove like TAP says Philippines is the agent for the Western Imperialist who are here to flame a war on their behalf!
Falkland Islands sovereignty referendum, 2013
"Do you wish the Falkland Islands to retain their current political status as an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom?"
Results
Votes Of total
Yes check.svg Yes 1,513 99.8%
X mark.svg No 3 0.2%
Huangyan Island isn't populated. Huge difference.
Yakult

United States

#16918 Jun 25, 2015
Someone unimportant wrote:
<quoted text>
Falkland Islands sovereignty referendum, 2013
"Do you wish the Falkland Islands to retain their current political status as an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom?"
Results
Votes Of total
Yes check.svg Yes 1,513 99.8%
X mark.svg No 3 0.2%
Huangyan Island isn't populated. Huge difference.
Yes it is....and Philippines will use old tactic of trying to get fishermen to occupy it. They are paid to squat the islands like the other rocks, one which Philippines even crashed a WWII ship into the reef to claim it. It is important that the sovereign residents keep these fake fishermen away.

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