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Hua Xin company operates without permits from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation and the Makati city government
The Chinese Basketball Association becomes the first major league to resume action in China
Xin Wang is taken into custody just before boarding a flight to Tianjin, China, says a joint statement by the US Attorney's Office in San Francisco and the local FBI office
Pangolins are left out of the official Chinese Pharmacopoeia this year, along with substances including a pill formulated with bat feces
'I really don't feel relieved,' says Yao Ming as the CBA becomes the first major sports league to return to action in China
Angeles City officials confiscate medicines and medical products with labels in Chinese characters
The Google-owned platform responds to a tweet by tech entrepreneur Palmer Luckey who said that 'YouTube has deleted every comment I ever made about the Wumao, an internet propaganda division of the Chinese Communist Party'
Want sum dim sum? For frozen or ready-to-eat dumplings, xiao long bao, siomai, wontons, and more, check these shops out
Reports say staff found Chinese Ambassador Du Wei dead in his bed with no signs of violence
(UPDATED) Education is becoming a new target for Beijing after 7 months of huge and often violent democracy protests rocked Hong Kong last year
Cops arrest 44 Chinese and 9 Filipinos in a house in Parañaque that was being used to run an illegal POGO operation
Players of Wuhan Zall return home after more than 3 months of being away from their families
Rights campaigners accuse President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party of using charges such as 'disciplinary violations' – often considered to refer to corruption – as a way to silence dissent.
The Department of Health says that 3 of the 12-man team of Chinese doctors and experts who arrived in the Philippines on Sunday, April 5, specialize in traditional Chinese medicine
China's most popular football player Wu Lei tests positive for COVID-19
It is far from the senator's recent actual advice to government workers who were 'whining' over low pay
(UPDATED) Are there undercover Chinese military agents among POGO workers entering the country? Military and intelligence community sources say they've been here all along.
The Pasig City mayor says businesses can operate within the city as long as they have valid permits
The Armed Forces of the Philippines is verifying a raw report from Senator Panfilo Lacson that up to 3,000 members of China’s military are in the Philippines on an ‘immersion mission’
Villagers say it's suspicious that a new firing range has popped up near their club house as droves of able-bodied Chinese nationals move into their neighborhood
The Chinese embassy says criminal cases in the country involving its citizens are only 'isolated incidents'
WHO does not recommend wearing masks unless one is sick. Instead, they encourage the public to frequently wash hands and maintain good hygiene practices to avoid infection.
Police say the couple and the suspects were dining together in a VIP room at the Jiang Nan Hot Pot in Barangay Bel-Air before the incident
Chinese superstar Sun Yang has been accused of smashing a vial of his own blood sample during a drug testing session
'I used to hate protests. I used to ride that high horse without any regard for the facts on the ground.'
Amnesty International says anti-corruption activist Xu Zhiyong is arrested after being on the run since December
Violence breaks out among local Kazakhs and a group of ethnic Chinese Muslims called Dungans, who number more than 150,000 across Central Asia
'Those who do not declare their fever are enemies,' proclaims a banner on a building in Yunmeng
'We have to remember that for every rambunctious Chinese tourist, there are tens of thousands more who are good people trying to enjoy our beautiful country'
'Spreading fake news and racist, xenophobic messages can be more dangerous than the virus itself,' says the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry
The 14-day quarantine is to be able to monitor possible carriers of the virus during the incubation period
Four of them came in close contact with a confirmed case in Hong Kong before flying to Manila, then Boracay, authorities say
Two Filipina children are also injured as gunmen on motorcycles open fire on the victims' car while driving along General Santos Avenue
Here's how the crowds at Chinatown in Binondo, Manila, celebrate Chinese New Year
President Rodrigo Duterte once again highlights the 'friendship' between the Philippines and China in his Chinese New Year message
Raratratan ba tayo ng suwerte o dadagain ng malas ngayong Year of the Metal Rat?
Some of these 'lucky food' include round fruits, fish, and dumplings, which all signify good fortune and prosperity
The international financial hub is on high alert for the virus, which has killed 17 people since the outbreak started in central China
An Advanced Passenger Information System has been set up and is set to be operational by the end of the month
(UPDATED) From Manila to Davao, ring in the Year of the Metal Rat at these places!
The Filipina says the men who tried to take her claimed that she owed them around P300,000
Shanti Dope and Ex Battalion will also be performing at the Chinese New Year Countdown 2020 Street Party on January 24
Authorities ramp up airport screenings ahead of an expected surge in arrivals for Chinese New Year. More than 1,300 passengers are expected to arrive in Thailand daily from Wuhan alone.
The population aged 60 and over was 253.88 million last year, accounting for 18.1% of the total
The figures are released days after Vice Premier Liu He and Donald Trump signed a much-vaunted 'phase one' pact that marks a truce in their nearly two-year-old trade war
'Wala pong ibang solusyon kundi pumunta tayo sa isang lamesa mag-usap harap-harapan, at sabihin natin ang ating hinaing,' says Philippine Coast Guard chief Admiral Joel Garcia
MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) chief Admiral Joel Garcia defended on Tuesday, January 14, their talks with the China Coast Guard (CCG), touting diplomatic meetings with the expansionist Chinese government as the sole antidote to end years of dispute in and over the West Philippine Sea
“Kahit may hidwaan po tayo, wala pong ibang solusyon kundi diplomasya,. Wala pong ibang solusyon kundi pumunta tayo sa isang lamesa magusap harap-harapan, at sabihin natina ng ating hinaing,” Garca told throng of reporters after welcoming the CCG officials at the PCG headquarters in Manila on Tuesday morning.
(Even if we have a divide, we have no other solution but diplomacy. There is no other solution but to meet with them at the table, in person, and tell them our grievances.)
Why defensive? Garcia turned defensive after reporters asked for a reaction to criticism that the PCG’s meeting with CCG shouldn’t have been pursued in light of multiple instances where Chinese Coast Guard personnel harassed Filipino fishermen in the West Philippine Sea.
For Garcia, however, shutting out the incidents for the meantime and focusing on the meeting was needed to prevent more conflicts at sea.
The amendment also prohibits conversion of the VUA to other types, such as work visas