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Japanese production companies going out of China, going in to PHL

According to Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines Inc. headed by Nobuo Fuiji, some of the firms had already started moving their operations here last year, because the Philippines is as a very competitive country.

Transfer of Japan’s Military Equipment For the Philippines On Its Way

The Philippines may now start getting surveillance aircraft, patrol vessels and military equipment from Japan to defend itself in an increasingly aggressive behavior of China in West Philippines Sea, according to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency.

PHL President Aquino visits Emperor Akihito, exchanges honors

Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko formally welcomed Philippine President Benigno Aquino III at the Imperial Palace Wednesday morning, June 3.

Galaga mixed with Tekken, anyone?

Bandai-Namco Entertainment brings you a crossover you probably haven’t seen coming.

Now in Manila: Japan’s Lawson Convenience Store

They had their soft opening last March 30, 2015 at their first branch in Sta. Ana, Manila.

Philippines, Japan hold historic naval drills in West Philippine Sea

Two Japanese destroyers and one of the Philippines’ newly-acquired warships began historic naval exercises in the flashpoint South China Sea, also called the West Philippine Sea by Manila, on Tuesday, showcasing a deepening alliance aimed at countering a rising China.

More of Josie Rizal in the Tekken 7 arcades

As Josie Rizal, the Filipino Eskrima-kickboxing fighter fights on, more interesting videos of players using her appears in YouTube.

Japan, Philippines to hold first naval drill in West Philippine Sea

Japan and the Philippines will hold their first joint naval drill this month in the West Philippine Sea near a disputed shoal claimed by Beijing, sources in Tokyo and the Philippines said.

ATTACK ON TITAN – Titans attacking Philippine cinemas in two waves

On August of 2015, Philippine cinemas will be showing a grim film. A world where gigantic Titans terrorize humans and the latter are forced to struggle for survival amidst a cage of walls.

PART 2 – Kancolle shipwreck counterparts beyond sovereign Philippine waters

The following are other ships that technically did not sink in Philippine territorial waters. However, with the Philippines acquiring Benham Plateau, they are highly likely to be included in Philippine jurisdiction in the future. They are nonetheless covered in an Exclusive Economic Zone area and current international jurisdiction limits, to which the Philippines asserts rights.