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PH softness in sea dispute emboldens Chinese poachers
The administration’s “soft-landing” approach in dealing with the country’s maritime dispute might have emboldened Chinese fishermen to continue to fish without restrictions and interference in the West Philippine Sea, an ...
- March 26, 2018
Maritime expert: PH must stop China fishers from wrecking Panatag reefs
If the Philippine government does not stop Chinese clam harvesters from destroying the reefs at Panatag Shoal, China would reclaim land on what is left of the shoal and transform it into another artificial island, a maritime ...
- June 21, 2018
Fish farming pushed as important alternative
Instead of importing “galunggong” (round scad), the country should boost fish farming, given that it can generate fish all year round, a former director of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. Malcolm Sarmiento ...
- November 25, 2018
PH tells China: Don’t seize Filipinos’ fish catch
The Philippines on Monday demanded that China stop its Coast Guard from confiscating the catch of Filipino fishermen in the West Philippine Sea, calling the practice “unacceptable.” The demand, aired by presidential ...
- June 12, 2018
Are we China's slaves? Filipino fishermen ask
A video report that showed Filipino fishermen watching helplessly as Chinese Coast Guard personnel seized part of their catch at Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal should move the government to file a protest with Beijing or even ...
- June 9, 2018
Giant clams up for adoption
Be a foster parent to an endangered clam and help the environment. For P200 to P400, you can adopt a baby giant clam at a marine center here, but you can’t take it home. The adopted clam gets named by the parent and released ...
- April 23, 2018