Catanduanes Gov. Boboy Cua says China donated P3.7M worth of relief items
There’s good news from China for the province of Catanduanes.
The Chinese embassy donated P3.7 million worth of relief goods to the residents of the province, which was devastated by recent typhoons.
In a Facebook post, Catanduanes Gov. Boboy Cua said the embassy coursed the assistance through the Philippine-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
It consisted of P2.5 million worth of NFA rice and P1.2 million worth of canned goods and noodles.
There are no disputes when it comes to helping calamity victims!
“CHINESE EMBASSY HELPS CATANDUNGANONS. Nagpadala ng tulong ang Embassy of the People’s Republic of China sa pamamagitan ng Philippine-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry ng Php 3.7 million na halaga ng relief goods o Php 2.5 million na halaga ng NFA rice at Php 1.2 million na halaga ng canned goods at noodles.
#TabangCatanduanes,” Cua posted.