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Are Filipinos now foreigners in their own country? Purpose of “Chinese Help Desks” revealed

The PNP has recorded 38 casino-related kidnap-for-ransom cases in 2019 with Chinese nationals being involved.

People have recently been curious about the “Chinese help desks” established in various local police stations in the country.

The PNP started putting up these help desks back in February so crimes committed by Chinese nationals, such as kidnapping can be reported. Chinese related complaints and crimes will be received by the help desks to possibly escalate to investigations.

But not every help desk caters to crime, the Natividad Police Station in Pangasinan for instance only focuses on COVID-19 cases.

Personnel of this office established the Chinese Help Desk at Lidlidda Information and Assistance Center along national…

Posted by Lidlidda Municipal Police Station, ISur PPO" on Saturday, February 8, 2020

The PNP has recorded 38 casino-related kidnap-for-ransom cases in 2019 with Chinese nationals being involved.

Posted by Siayan Municipal Police Station ZNPPO on Wednesday, February 12, 2020

The Anti-Kidnapping Group (PNP-AKG) is already planning on sending their forces to China to learn Mandarin, according to PNP spokesman Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac.

“Isa lamang ang tututok, hahawak, mag momonitor, at tatanggap ng mga reklamo at mag follow-up ng mga insidente involving Chinese nationals,”  Banac said.

One of the kidnapping incidents happened last December 2019 where a video showed a Chinese woman forcefully taken away on Paseo de Roxas Avenue in Makati City who was later identified as a POGO employee.

Netizens jokingly said that China has taken over and that the Filipinos in this country are now the foreigners.


Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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