China to Philippines: Here, Have a Measly $100,000 in Aid


Update, Nov 14, 01:40 ET: Chinese media reported on Nov. 14 that China was sending an additional $1.64 million in supplies to Haiyan’s victims.

The U.S. has promised $20 million in aid for victims of Supertyphoon Haiyan in the Philippines and has mobilized an aircraft carrier for the relief effort. Britain is also sending a warship and has pledged $16 million. The Vatican is dispatching $4 million, Japan $10 million and New Zealand $1.7 million. And China, the world’s most populous nation and second largest economy?

It’s handing over $100,000.

China’s relations with the Philippines have frayed over the past year, as tensions rise over bits of rocks in the South China Sea that both nations have declared their own. While disputes in the resource-rich waterway have simmered for decades and involve other regional neighbors, China has, in recent months, more assertively staked its maritime claims and last year blocked…

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One Response to China to Philippines: Here, Have a Measly $100,000 in Aid

  1. DigitalPlato says:

    Eat your alms in hell China. You are simply RETARDED.


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