*China News Paper Showed "The Insidious Sinonization of the Philippines."
*China TV‘claims’ Philippines as Chinese territory: “We all know that the Philippines is China’s inherent territory and the Philippines belongs to Chinese sovereignty; this is an indisputable fact.”- Chinese Journalist Jia - thediplomat.com
*China claimed that Chinese made the Banaue Rice Terraces - lonelyplanet.com
*Duterte:Ph Don't Deserve To Be Called Republic Of the Philippines But Province of China.. - news.abs-cbn.com
*Duterte to China: ‘If You Want, Just Make Us a Province’ - nationalinterest.org
*Malacañang Palace admits China controls West PH Sea- newsinfo.inquirer.net
*Duterte: China ‘eating slowly’ our West PH Sea - globalnation.inquirer.net
*‘I Am Chinese’: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s Awkward Charm Offensive in China - timemagazine.com
*Duterte: I love Xi Jinping, need China more than anybody else - gmanetwork.com
Photo: China News Paper Showed "The Insidious Sinonization of the Philippines."
Insidious means secretly causing harm
sinonization is a process whereby non-Chinese societies come under the influence of Chinese culture and identity. Areas of influence include writing, industry, education, language, law, lifestyle, politics, philosophy,and religion,
Chinese journalist He Jia of mainstream CCTV declared during a news broadcast that “We all know that the Philippines is China’s inherent territory and the Philippines belongs to Chinese sovereignty; this is an indisputable fact.”
One microblogger named kongdehua declared, “the Philippines have basically been making irrational trouble, if they want to start a war then we will strike, no one fears them.” He went on to say in a widely quoted remark that, “If every Chinese spat once, we could drown (the Philippines).”
China claimed that Chinese made the Banaue Rice Terraces
It is one of the world’s heritage sites declared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO.
Lonely Planet has yet to issue a formal apology for the mistake or post an updated version of the video.
It also similarly claimed on its website that the rice terraces were introduced by the Chinese. “World Heritage listed, they’re impressive not only for their chiselled beauty but because they were introduced around 2000 years ago by the Chinese,” read the description of the tourist spot on Lonely Planet’s website.
No known historical records state the country’s Chinese ancestors have something to do with the Banaue Rice Terraces’ construction.
The Philippines has no business being a republic if it cannot fight its own battles, President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday as he raised the possibility of making the country a province of China after Manila pulled out of its Visiting Forces Agreement with Washington.
Duterte to China: ‘If You Want, Just Make Us a Province’If you want, just make us a province, like Fujian,” quipped Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte before an audience of Filipino-Chinese businessmen.
Palace admits China controls West PH Sea. Malacañang conceded on Monday that China controls the West Philippine Sea and that the country could not do anything
Duterte: China ‘eating slowly’ our West PH Sea. President Duterte acknowledged that the West Philippine Sea has been “eaten slowly” by the expansive claims of China.
‘I Am Chinese’: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s Awkward Charm Offensive in China.
Duterte: I love Xi Jinping, need China more than anybody else.