20 Shocking Truth You Didn’t Know About China

Just when you thought you might have a firm grasp on China, think again. Reincarnation – In 2011 China’s state administration has banned Buddhist monks in Tibet without any government permission. According to a statement issued by the State Administration for Religious Affairs, the law, which goes into effect next month and strictly stipulates the procedures … Read more

Republic of China Vows a ‘Decisive Response’ To South China Sea Provocations

China inform in advance of a “decisive response” towards the provocation in the South China Sea as the tensions rises in the disputed islands after an  international tribunal’s ruling that their claims are invalid. “Do not turn the South China Sea into a cradle of war,” vice foreign minister Liu Zhenmin told reporters in Beijing, as he … Read more

United States Of America Launches Quiet Negotation To Ease South China Sea Tensions

The United States of America is using an unusual approach towards the issue on the disputed islands by persuading the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and other Asian nations not to move intrusively to capitalize on the ruling which denied China’s claim. “What we want is to quiet things down so these issues can be addressed rationally instead … Read more

China Makes Civilian Air Landings At The Disputed Islands

China has landed two civilian aircraft’s on the disputed islands particularly Mischief Reef and Subi Reef. Which the Philippines had been previously awarded its sovereignty rights, state broadcaster CCTV reported. Reports have indicated the said aircraft returned from where they had taken off, specifically in the Southern Chinese island province of Hainan. Chinese Foreign Ministry rejected … Read more

Mayor Admits He Is A Former Illegal Drug User

With contrary to what others expected Mayor Kim Lope Asis of Bayugan City admits that he is a former drug addict of Shabu (methamphetamine hydro-chloride), an unexpected announcement before the crowd with more that 1000 confessed drug pushers and users that surrendered in the Police Authority. He admitted that during his youthful days he was … Read more

Philippines Wins Arbitration Case Versus China Over The Disputed Island

The most anticipated ruling over the disputed islands in the West Philippines Sea (South China Sea) has been decided in favor of the Philippines, according to the decision of the United Nations (UN) Arbitral Tribunal. After several months of hearing and pleading for the cases of both countries. The tribunal concluded that Philippines is the one … Read more

Former President Aquino Had List Of “Drug” Mayors

President Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Aquino III had the list of the 23 mayors who are involved in protecting illegal drug syndicate operating in the country, unfortunately the government lost all legal approach including cases filed against these officials former director general of PDEA Dionisio Santiago said. Meanwhile the former PDEA director, who also served as the chief … Read more

Tim Duncan Retires After 19 Seasons In The NBA

After 19 NBA seasons for the San Antonio Spurs, legendary and arguably the greatest power forward to ever play the game is retiring after he announced that he will not be suiting up for the upcoming NBA season. Tim Duncan’s legacy concludes five titles for the only organization which drafted him. San Antonio reach the … Read more