Chinese ‘stalker’ deported for threatening APEC summit protest

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Bureau of Immigration Deports Chinese National After Making Threats at APEC Summit –

The Bureau of Immigration has deported a 68-year-old Chinese national after he threatened to block the APEC leader’s convoy and hang himself in front of the venue of the summit.

BI officials said that on November 17, they received a letter from the Chinese Embassy asking for assistance to deal with a man who went to the embassy on November 16 and “threatened to block APEC leaders convoys even at the price of being shot dead by police.”


No formal charges were filed against the Chinese man, but an investigation into the matter revealed that he in fact was a “stalker” of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The Chinese national was deported, but BI has not released his name or what part of China he was originally from.

The man is the second foreigner deported from the Philippines for causing trouble during the APEC Summit in Manila this week.



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