Zambales fishers won't take Chinese bait: fishermen impressed but hesitant to use aquaculture technology from China
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A five-day visit to China in January failed to convince some leaders of Zambales and Palawan fishing communities to accept aquaculture technology being offered by the Chinese government. The fishermen and BFAR officials, led by Central Luzon Director Wilfredo Cruz, visited a fishery station, a marine cage culture farm, a fish market and a tilapia farm in Guangdong province. They met with Liu and other Chinese officials who organized workshops as part of the visit, which took place from Jan. 9 to 13.
Macatuno, A. (2017, March 4). Zambales fishers won't take Chinese bait: fishermen impressed but hesitant to use aquaculture technology from China. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A10.
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Fishers; Fishing communities; Aquaculture; Technology; Cages; Environmental impact; Fish culture; Training; Territorial waters; Fishing grounds; Law of the sea; Territorial waters; Bilateral agreements; International cooperation; Fishery industry; Federated Fishermen Association of Masinloc; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA); Chinese Coast Guard (CCG); Cuaresma, Leo; Liu, Sinchong; Xi, Jinping; Cruz, Wilfredo; Duterte, Rodrigo
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