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Post time 2014-8-20 12:33:46 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2014-8-19 21:11
I thought the Chinese would show some humility and gratitude to the Philippine government for resc ...

Grandstanding on the misfortune of others is your brand of freedom, democracy and human rights.

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Post time 2014-8-20 13:55:46 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2014-8-20 13:09
The corrupt and cruel C.P.C. showed its true and heartless contenance when it made a point of gi ...

The most hostile faction against the Philippines even during the time of its typhoon distress, was not the CPC or the Chinese government, but the "pro-DEMOCRACY" foreign-supported activists in Hong Kong, who insist that the Legco pass a resolution threatening to deport Filipino workers in Hong Kong, in retaliation for the tragic but unintentional deaths of eight Hong Kong tourists in Manila.

Another proof that if the Legco were to be elected by the FOREIGN-SUPPORTED STOOGES, that China's carefully nurtured PEACEFUL RISE diplomacy would be subjected to diplomtic torture en grande by them.

However, the good sense of the Chinese People's Congress prevailed, and Xi himself directed that aid be sent to the Philippines, including its medic ship that treated hundreds of the typhoon victims.

So, who is heartless?  The CPC that decided to help, or the foreign-supported PRO-DEMOCRACY activists in Hong Kong?  Needless to say, the foreign-supported activists take the cake on this one - so eat it!

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Post time 2014-8-20 20:29:24 |Display all floors
26 Chinese nationals illegally working in PHL arrested in QC, Malabon
Immigration intelligence agents on Tuesday arrested at least 26 Chinese nationals illegally working in the Philippines, following a raid on a condominium construction site in Quezon and Malabon cities.

The Bureau of Immigration agents caught the Chinese nationals working on the building, according to a report by GMA News' John Consulta on "24 Oras."

Some tried to flee but were caught. The report said the Chinese nationals lacked the proper permits to work in the Philippines.

Investigation showed a mason, "Ji," recruited the Chinese to work on the condominium. "Ji" arrived in the Philippines as a tourist and has stayed here for 20 years.

While he claimed he had documents to stay here, he could not produce them when the BI agents asked to see them.

The BI said some rings are illegally recruiting Chinese to work in the Philippines by bringing them in as tourists.

BI spokesperson Elaine Tan said the 26 can be charged as undocumented foreign nationals if they have no documents.

The BI is now trying to trace the syndicates behind the entry of illegal foreign workers.

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Post time 2014-8-21 15:42:26 |Display all floors
As long as the narrative is not used to dehumanize Chinese in general as impoverished illegals, in order to generate an attitude that this is a vulnerable minority in the Philippines that the government and locals can vent their hatred and prejudice on with impunity, border control measures are a normal part of the exercise of sovereignty in every country and raise no eyebrows in Beijing.  But if mistreatment of these illegals is carried out under the pretext of enforcing border control, then such actions will be taken, not as a normal function of the state, but as a private vendetta against Chinese nationals, and will have repercussions on Filipino nationals working in China and in Hong Kong.

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