Chinese travel agencies suspend trips to Philippines

May 9, 2012 Full story: Maktoob Business 23

Chinese travel agencies have suspended tourist packages to the Philippines and promised refunds to customers who have booked trips, Chinese state media reported Thursday, as tensions over disputed islands in the South China Sea escalated.

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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#1 May 9, 2012
Good.

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#2 May 9, 2012
Good. Super good.

__________

All Communists must do their own exchanging economic within themselves as they pledged to do so when Communism were born and let the rest of the World be free of all stupidities ideas.

Thank the idiot Karl Marx the father of Stalin Mao Tse Dung HCM Fidelcastro Kim Jong Ill Sickness and also the farest Latina Nicaragua Daniel Ortega

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#3 May 9, 2012
Lets add 1 more idiot -> Hugo Chávez Frías

LOL
Ni Shuo Sha

Shenyang, China

#4 May 9, 2012
I'm going to fire my Filipino worker in protest. She is not useful anyways, and too short and dark.
Harvey

Binangonan, Philippines

#5 May 10, 2012
thats ok..
just reminder..to all of you

TRY not to eat fu*%ng FETUS. you guyzzzz are so disgusting!!!..

GODLESS CHINESE FETUS EATER.!
Seer

Quezon City, Philippines

#6 May 10, 2012
Ni Shuo Sha wrote:
I'm going to fire my Filipino worker in protest. She is not useful anyways, and too short and dark.
It will just fuel sinophobia here. More Filipinos will hate the Chinese.
boondock saint

Nonthaburi, Thailand

#7 May 10, 2012
That is very grown up, that will show them who they are messing with. Priceless !!
2 Cents

Taipei, Taiwan

#8 May 10, 2012
With the Philippine government encouraging street protests against China, it is understandable that, for safety reasons, China would stop its citizens from visiting the Philippines. Even without the current drama, few foreigners would characterize the Philippines as a very safe place to visit. Still, this is a shame as despite the crime, traffic, and pollution, the Philippines has a lot to offer tourists and is well worth a visit.

Since: Mar 08

Canada

#9 May 10, 2012
It's interesting to see that a country actually encourages its people to do things which will hurt themselves more.

Not only Chinese, but people from other countries would not visit a country like this unless it's absolutely necessary. Egypt has been a good example.
Seer

Quezon City, Philippines

#10 May 10, 2012
2 Cents wrote:
With the Philippine government encouraging street protests against China, it is understandable that, for safety reasons, China would stop its citizens from visiting the Philippines. Even without the current drama, few foreigners would characterize the Philippines as a very safe place to visit. Still, this is a shame as despite the crime, traffic, and pollution, the Philippines has a lot to offer tourists and is well worth a visit.
That's just Chinese propaganda. Our gov't is not encouraging us to protest against China...it's China who's pushing us to mount street protests. If there's no Chinese bullying there will be no protest against China and rise of sinophobia here in the Philippines.
flipburger

Prague, Czech Republic

#12 May 10, 2012
Seer wrote:
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That's just Chinese propaganda. Our gov't is not encouraging us to protest against China...it's China who's pushing us to mount street protests. If there's no Chinese bullying there will be no protest against China and rise of sinophobia here in the Philippines.
Man, that's a good one.LoL Your "let's blame every one but ourselves" attitude speaks volumes about your people. LOL Btw, did the Chinese put guns to your heads to mount those protests? The rise of sinophobia is the result of your own us-puppet gov't propaganda. So according to your "logic", the bankers and government officials at the WTO meetings should be blamed for the resulting arrests of the protesters and rioters? what a buffoon lol

Since: Feb 12

Taipei, Taiwan

#13 May 10, 2012
ALthough I dont think its right for the Philippine governement to encourage these protests, this is another example of China whining and crying whenever they dont get their way.

Fu cking childish
AAA

Lane Cove, Australia

#14 May 11, 2012
StarsplashTaiwan wrote:
ALthough I dont think its right for the Philippine governement to encourage these protests, this is another example of China whining and crying whenever they dont get their way.
Fu cking childish
You are a real disgrace to your people coming out with those foul words from your sewer mouth.
flipburger

Prague, Czech Republic

#15 May 11, 2012
StarsplashTaiwan wrote:
ALthough I dont think its right for the Philippine governement to encourage these protests, this is another example of China whining and crying whenever they dont get their way.
Fu cking childish
whining and crying? You mean like the people currently staging the protests(crying and pouting)? Taiwan also claims those territories, based on the same principles as China. fu king moron.

Since: Feb 12

Taipei, Taiwan

#16 May 11, 2012
AAA wrote:
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You are a real disgrace to your people coming out with those foul words from your sewer mouth.
Its called an opinion. We call it freedom of speech. Im sure there is such a thing in australia, if thats where you really are from.

Deal with it.
Tanzanus

Dallas, TX

#17 May 11, 2012
Ni Shuo Sha wrote:
I'm going to fire my Filipino worker in protest. She is not useful anyways, and too short and dark.
I agree. Please kick her out of China, if you may.
Tanzanus

Dallas, TX

#18 May 11, 2012
Harvey wrote:
thats ok..
just reminder..to all of you
TRY not to eat fu*%ng FETUS. you guyzzzz are so disgusting!!!..
GODLESS CHINESE FETUS EATER.!
you are next on my plate
Tanzanus

Dallas, TX

#20 May 11, 2012
boondock saint wrote:
That is very grown up, that will show them who they are messing with. Priceless !!
Stop using my line, monkey brain. come up with your own. Stop your copying culture. Your culture is nothing but a copied culture.
Harvey

Bagumbayan, Philippines

#22 May 11, 2012
Tanzanus wrote:
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you are next on my plate
OH SHIT really? dude..i might call sheriff in WALKING DEAD to shoot you..ahahha..lol.. stupid dude..

now..china is number 1 center of laughing stock in the world.!..hahha i like this issue..

Hope your government stop acting..a**HOLE..
if there's dignity left?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#23 May 11, 2012
Seer wrote:
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That's just Chinese propaganda. Our gov't is not encouraging us to protest against China...it's China who's pushing us to mount street protests. If there's no Chinese bullying there will be no protest against China and rise of sinophobia here in the Philippines.
How's that street protest coming along? In Manila today, only 200 showed up for the protest. In Australia, NOBODY even bothered to show up. What a JOKE! Is that the best you can do?

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