Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

by Reporter - 20 November 2018

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...

Welcome, Pres. Xi Jinping!

WHAT makes the Philippine-China relations so distinct from the other countries that China had engaged with? Is it on account of its strategic navigational route that can spell the difference between victory and defeat in commerce and trade and armed conflict or it is simply on account of a special avuncular regard of the China leadership for the Philippines? I found some answers in a free-wheeling discussion with Bai Tian, then deputy director-general at the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China and in charge of ASEAN affairs. He had previously served as a trade and economic...