- Celebrities reacted to a report on the poaching activities of China in the West Philippine Sea
- The report revealed that Chinese fishermen would haul 240,000 kilos of fish daily from the sea that belongs to the Philippines
- The report noted that because of this, the Philippines could be facing a fish shortage
- The Chinese fishermen on huge fishing vessels are depleting the country's marine resources, the report said
Many celebrities reacted to the poaching activities conducted by Chinese fishermen using huge fishing vessels on the West Philippine Sea.
The report, as posted by Inquirer and later reposted by a number of Filipino celebrities, noted that these Chinese vessels poach around 240,000 kilos of fish on a daily basis.
With this number, the country could be left with a depleted marine resource.
One of those who expressed disdain on the event was ZsaZsa Padilla.
"Nakapanghihina. Who’s stopping them?"
Another actor, John Arcilla, thanked Zsa Zsa for the information.
"Thank you for this."
Amy Perez reacted with crying emojis while Angel Locsin commented the hashtag #seaspiracy.
Robin Padilla however, commented with an article that says Vietnam is the most frequent poacher in PH waters.
His comment elicited a lot of replies from netizens.
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West Philippine Sea is the official designation by the government of the Philippines of the area included in the Philippines' exclusive economic zone. Many celebs have aired their opinion about exercising the country's sovereignty. Many also would hit back at decisions of the government that they perceive are wrong.
Alessandra de Rossi took to Twitter and mocked the new dose of fresh dolomite that was being dumped in Manila Bay. She used the "mental health" justification of the administration for the dolomite sand. She retweeted an article about the new dose of dolomite and added, "So sweet. My mental health." The actress then added 'mabuhay', taking a direct jab at the move of adding more dolomite in Manila Bay.
The actress also recently posted on Twitter telling those concerned to stop taking Filipinos for granted. She said that while Filipinos are resilient and very understanding, they can also grow exasperated. The actress added that what everyone needs right now is support and not sports. Alessandra has been posting tweets criticizing government officials and the Duterte administration as a whole.
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