Philippines is ruined..
August 24, 2010 12:33pm CST
yeah, you got that right. now our ofw is going to be in trouble because of what happened to HOngkong nationals. i agree we only have to apologize. but i still can't helped the fact that our president smiled during all this time. I swear, he did. not a referral link.. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs302.snc4/40415_1379809580035_1375783538_2187695_4064998_n.jpg
25 Aug 10
That what worries me most. If china could issue black travel to us then other countries too if we fail to secure their people here in our country. This incident caused a lot trouble in economy, I just checked it today and the value of peso had dropped again.
24 Aug 10
I believe that am getting into an impression that Noy doesn't want to have a sad look. am sure when he's not been interviewed by Media he is a bit sad. but you know, there are so many to blame and surely it's not the President. he can't smile in the face of danger but i am sure he try to show people that he's calm.
27 Aug 10
Wow! and i thought these were only rumors! we were discussing this a while ago and we even said that they the chineses must not really know his face, he kind of looked a bit different and always had his mouth open. i hope though that there was no picture like this because it did looked like he was smiling!!
24 Aug 10
The Philippines is not ruined. In fact, China itself suffered an embarassment in the 2008 Olympics when one of their citizen attacked a group of Americans included in the games, killing one of them and seriously wounding another. Supposed to be a very efficient country in terms of security but an ordinary person managed to kill a high-level visitor using only a knife. You dont even heard China profusely apologizing about this. The OFWs in HK should be helped by the government, and indeed PNoy will send delegates to alleviate the situations there.