Chinese Mining Firms in the Philippines are smuggling soil to build Chinese Islands

West Philippine Sea Update: Another awful discovery, inside sources from the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency(NICA) has found out that some Chinese mining firms are smuggling soil and rocks to help build a chain of Chinese islands in the West Philippine Sea. NICA agents were baffled to found out that besides from the Ore and NickelContinue reading “Chinese Mining Firms in the Philippines are smuggling soil to build Chinese Islands”

China naval chief says minor incident could spark war in South China Sea

China’s naval commander told his US counterpart that a minor incident could spark war in the South China Sea if the United States did not stop its “provocative acts” in the disputed waterway, the Chinese navy said on Friday. Admiral Wu Shengli made the comments to US chief of naval operations Admiral John Richardson duringContinue reading “China naval chief says minor incident could spark war in South China Sea”

U.S. warship sails close to Chinese artificial island in South China Sea

The United States sent a warship very close to one of China’s artificial islands in the South China Sea, a potential challenge to Beijing’s territorial claims in the contested waters. The operation put the ship within an area that would be considered Chinese sovereign territory if the U.S. recognized the manmade islands as being ChineseContinue reading “U.S. warship sails close to Chinese artificial island in South China Sea”

Palace defends from attacks of group of former US Soldiers

Presidential Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr., at a Palace briefing, was quick to emphasize that the Aquino administration puts great deal on the improvement of the AFP. However, this too was assailed by the group, named “We Are The Mighty,” noting that $2 billion is too small. “We can see the concrete manifestation of ourContinue reading “Palace defends from attacks of group of former US Soldiers”

US navy delegation visits Chinese carrier amid maritime tensions

-The visit by the 27-member delegation of U.S. naval captains to the Liaoning, a refitted former Soviet carrier, came as Washington considers sailing warships through international waters claimed by China, a move that would infuriate Beijing. -The U.S. captains exchanged views with Chinese peers on topics like “personnel training and management, medical support and aircraftContinue reading “US navy delegation visits Chinese carrier amid maritime tensions”

AFP to help hunt down killers of Surigao Lumad Leaders

Despite widespread allegations that the killers of three farming school leaders in Surigao del Sur belonged to a para-military group identified with the military, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) yesterday vowed to help the Philippine National Police (PNP) in hunting down the suspects. No less than the area commander of the AFP inContinue reading “AFP to help hunt down killers of Surigao Lumad Leaders”

RP protests as China pursues Spratlys reef reclamation

Amid the Philippine government’s opposition to China’s construction and operation of lighthouses in two South China Sea reefs, which according to Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose, “are obviously intended to change the actual conditions on the ground and aimed at bolstering Beijing’s territorial claim in the South China Sea,” a high-ranking Chinese military official hasContinue reading “RP protests as China pursues Spratlys reef reclamation”