Manila is synonymous with Chinatown
(from right) City Administrator Bernie Ang with China Embassy to the Philippines Consul-General Wang Yue, Vice Mayor Yul Servo, FFCCCIII President Cecilio Pedro, Manila City Hall Reporters' Association (MACHRA) President Itchie Cabayan, Stephanie Ang, Manila-China Cultural Affairs Office head Ati Co and Calapan tourism head Penny Belmonte. (JERRY S. TAN)
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Manila is synonymous with Chinatown, VM Yul Servo says

A visit to the capital city won't be complete without an authentic encounter with the places and faces here in Manila Chinatown. Thus said Manila

Chinese New Year celebration
(top, from left) China Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xi Lian, Manila Vice Mayor Yul Servo, Manila-China Cultural Affairs Office head Ati Co and FFCCCIII President Cecilio Pedro with (below, from left) Ma. Corazon 'Tammy' Tamayo, assistant department head af the department of tourism, culture and the arts (DDTCAM), consultant Kaye Cruz, Filipino-Chinese Youth Business Association founding President and MCCAO officer Peter Zhuang and Willord Chua of the MCDC. In front of them is Manila City Administrator Bernie Ang. The photo was taken before the start of the 'Solidarity Parade' held on Chinese New Year's Day, February 10. (JERRY S. TAN)
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Chinese New Year celebration in Manila a huge success – City Administrator Bernie Ang

CROWDS that attended the Chinese New Year celebration in Manila Chinatown went way beyond the initial estimated one million, as Vice Mayor Yul Servo and

Chinese-Filipinos in welcoming the Chinese New Year
Mayor Honey Lacuna with Congressman Joel Chua with the dancing lions, as they, along with City Administrator Bernie Ang (not in photo), spearheaded attending the kick-off activity of the Chinese New Year celebration by lighting the huge Prosperity Tree or Money Tree in Binondo. (JERRY S. TAN)
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Mayor Honey greets Chinese-Filipinos in welcoming the Chinese New Year

MANILA Mayor Honey Lacuna extended her greetings to the members of the Chinese-Filipino community, as they usher the Chinese New Year at 12 midnight of