The state-owned radio station Radyo Philippines has been criticized on social media for providing a program to discuss interestingly the language, customs, culture and other matters pertaining to China.
It is called “Wow China”, a joint force of China Radio International and Radyo Pilipinas.
Comment ni @itsNotRedge, unti-unti na raw ba itong hakbang para maging Chinese province ang Pilipinas.
So, today I learned that Radyo Pilipinas, a government owned AM radio station, has a program called Wow China, a collaboration between the Philippine Broadcasting Service and China Radio International, which airs pro-China propaganda, paid for by Filipino taxes. Nice, no?— roy ayers – i am your mind pt. 2 (@spicytokwa) May 11, 2020
"In the service of the Chinese Government."— billy (@_lliby) May 11, 2020
PH state media, Philippine Broadcasting Service (PBS) is running a Chinese Show titled "Wow China."
Ipinasara ang atin, tinatangkilik ang sa mga dayuhan. (Disappointed but not surprised). pic.twitter.com/TbgMFwznZS
Everyone. If you're angered by the airing of Wow China, go to Radyo Pilipinas and leave a negative review. Bring the ratings down. You can also go to the original Wow China post and report it as terrorism. Or Fake News. Or Harrassment. Anything. Just report it. pic.twitter.com/oihLDBWwk8— Kristine Dominique (@krsttdominique) May 11, 2020
What? Philippine Broadcasting Service is now has a Chinese segment entitled "Wow China"— jayson (@jysnpchc) May 11, 2020
ABS CBN was shut down and Radyo Pilipinas is now promoting a foreign show.
It shows a lack of patriotism👎 pic.twitter.com/YDyNb075Mh
WTF WHY. WHY IS THIS EVEN AIRING?! Wow China pa talaga ang title, tapos hosted by a Chinese national who doesnt even know how to speak straight Tagalog?!🤦♂️— • Zenvi • #DefendPressFreedom 🎙️🇵🇭 (@josh__borja) May 11, 2020
Radyo Pilipinas pa to ha. Owned by the government and funded by the people! Absolute trash! Tanginang propaganda to! 🤮🤮🤮 pic.twitter.com/syuTvt4Wc0
duterte administration is mind conditioning the Filipinos before we transitioned to be part of china province ha.— #OustDuterte 🍑 (@byuliesus) May 11, 2020
wow china pa more. pic.twitter.com/4oJPds5KOg
Super Wow china! 👊 pic.twitter.com/LRasjNIziw— new decade 🌏 (@Akodi_Chinese) May 11, 2020