CHINESE VIDEO: VP Sara Duterte delivers her speech in Mandarin for the 73rd founding anniversary of the People’s Republic of China on Monday, Sept. 26 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, September 26, 2022

CHINESE VIDEO: VP Sara Duterte delivers her speech in Mandarin for the 73rd founding anniversary of the People’s Republic of China on Monday, Sept. 26

VP Sara Duterte delivers her speech in Mandarin for the 73rd founding anniversary of the People’s Republic of China on Monday, Sept. 26.


This is the first time a PH top official delivers long lines in Mandarin. Vice President Sara Duterte (Photos from Chinese Embassy/ Unsplash)
In a 42-second video message, Duterte delivered part of her message in Mandarin, the language spoken in Beijing and most parts of northern and southwestern China.

In her speech, Duterte recognized China for being a “generous neighbor” and helping the Philippines’ economy recover amid the Covid-19 pandemic that pushed the country to the brink of recession.

“Thanks to China and its people, Tiger Cub economies, like the Philippines, are inspired to be more aggressive in our economic targets. In 2021, China stood as the Philippines’ top bilateral trading partner, helping us recover from the economic hardships brought about by the pandemic,” Duterte said.

“We are grateful that China is a generous neighbor. We look forward to forging more partnerships and collaborations with you as we journey together towards achieving our sustainable development goals and recovering from the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic,” she added.

Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian has met with Vice President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio in Davao City ahead of her inauguration.

The Chinese envoy congratulated Duterte and "exchanged views on the long-time China-Philippines friendship."

"I am very honored to meet with H.E. Sara Duterte in Davao this afternoon. We exchanged views on the long-time China-Philippines friendship and envisioned a better future for our bilateral relations," Huang said in a Facebook post.

Huang also congratulated Duterte's brother Sebastian, who was elected mayor of Davao City.

"I am also delighted to meet Hon. Mayor Sebastian Duterte today. I am happy to hand 13 school buildings (worth 150 million pesos) over to Davao City, a donation from the Chinese Embassy with a purpose to provide better educational environment for Davao students," he said.

"As a good friend and partner of the Philippines, we stand ready to work closely with H.E. Sara Duterte and Hon. Sebastian Duterte in the spirit of Bayanihan to contribute to Davao’s economic recovery and livelihood, and continuously promote friendship between our two countries to bring more benefits to our two peoples," he said.

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