Chinese Vessels Leaves Pag-Asa Island After PH Protest

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Military Says Chinese Vessels Leaves Pag-Asa Island After PH Protest CHINESE – Military said the Chinese swarm left the Pag-Asa Island in the West Philippine Sea left after the protest. The West Philippine Sea is claimed by countries including Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, China, and the Philippines. The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte continues to strengthen … Read more

PH Gov’t Might Build Tourist Hotels On Pag-Asa Island -Lorenzana

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Lorenzana says PH Gov’t Might Build Tourist Hotels On Pag-Asa Island PH – Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said the Philippine government might construct tourist hotels on Pag-asa Island. In a previous article, the Malacañang Palace admitted that the West Philippine Sea is currently controlled by China. The Chinese government did not withdraw their claims despite … Read more

Philippines Asked China To Leave Pag-Asa Island

The Philippines Wants Alleged Chinese Fishing Vessels Off The Island PHILIPPINES – Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said that the Philippine government asked China to recall their alleged vessels present near the island. Malacañang recently revealed that the Chinese government is looking forward to resolving ‘irritations’ and disputes with Philippines through bilateral talks. Yesterday, (Tuesday, April … Read more

President Duterte Tells China To Back Off Pag-Asa Island

President Duterte on Pagasa Island

President Duterte Won’t Allow China To Lay-off The Island PRESIDENT DUTERTE – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte advised China to lay-off Pag-Asa Island. “Pag-asa Island” is part of the Kalayaan, Palawan, Philippines and is located west of Puerto Princesa City.  It was claimed by Vietnam, China, and Taiwan. The said island was filled with trees, sand … Read more

President Duterte To Visit Pag-asa Island Within His Term, Malacañang Says

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Malacañang Palace: President Duterte To Visit Pag-asa Island Within His Term President Rodrigo Duterte will visit Pag-asa Island within his term to show the country’s sovereignty over it, Malacañang Palace says. Previously, Mr. Duterte faces criticisms accusing him of being too soft when it comes to China regarding the maritime dispute in the West Philippine Sea. On … Read more

China is Building a Combat-Capable Air Facility on Zamora Reef

China’s statement is different from what they are doing right now, as they kept on building a combat-capable air facility on Zamora (Subi) Reef in the South China Sea, in a development which is seen by international observers to jeopardize the Philippines’ possession of nearby Pag-asa Island, the nearest inhabited islands of the Filipinos in … Read more

Lawmakers Plans to Build P1 Billion Project in Kalayaan Group of Islands

Mindanao-based lawmakers is now seeking to appropriate P1 billion for the fortification of the structures in the Kalayaan Group of Islands particularly in the Philippine-held territories of Pag-asa island. The move is in response to the territorial dispute between the Philippines and China escalates. According to the House Bill 4167, filed by Cagayan de Oro Rep. … Read more