China News TV, launched by Chinatown TV last year, is a 30-minute news programme delivered in Mandarin but with English subtitles.PHOTO: CNTV
Critics say the move is a bid to win over those doubtful of Beijing’s intentions
Raul Dancel Philippines Correspondent In Manila
China is on a “charm offensive” on television in the Philippines, which its detractors here say is an effort to present a “softer” side of Beijing and win over those doubtful of its intentions.
Last month, the Philippines’ state-run TV network PTV-4 announced it would air Chinese documentaries, cartoons, TV shows and movies dubbed in Tagalog, the national language. It is set to start airing next month a documentary about Marco Polo, a romance series, a cartoon and a movie, all made in China. / PUBLISHED / 4 HOURS AGO
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