Community concerns: Probe urged over influx of Chinese nationals in Multinational Village

Homeowners at Multinational Village in Parañaque City are calling for an investigation into the growing number of Chinese nationals living in their subdivision.

In a report by Manila Standard, Multinational Village Homeowners Association Inc. incumbent director Geraldine Natividad was quoted as saying that the Chinese nationals are now numbering in the thousands in their neighborhood.

To service the transportation needs of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO) Chinese employees residing in the village, she said no fewer than 800 HiAce-type vans secured subdivision gate stickers.

“There is an enclave within our village called City Garden that is populated exclusively by Mainland Chinese. This is apart from the numerous houses and tenement structures being rented by them. We have learned that in some cases, 50 or more foreigners are crammed inside these rented housing units,” Natividad said.

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