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the Philippine Consul Generals in Xiamen 菲律宾驻厦总领事

Maria Antonina M. Mendoza-Oblena

hon. maria antonina m. mendoza-oblena

03 Nov. 2021 to present

欧莉娜总领事

2021年11月3日至今

Emelinda Lee-Pineda

hon. emelinda lee-pineda

21 Feb. 2006 to 27 Jul 2008

彭琳总领事

2006年2月21日至2008年7月27日

Julius Caesar A. Flores

hon. Julius Caesar A. Flores

07 Nov. 2013 to 07 Nov. 2019

付昕伟总领事

2013年11月7日至2019年11月7日

Ma. Corazon Yap-Bajhin

hon. Ma. Corazon Yap-Bajhin

11 Nov. 1999 to 30 Dec. 2005

叶巴金总领事

1999年11月11日至2005年12月30

Adelio Angelito S. Cruz

hon. Adelio Angelito S. Cruz

27 Apr. 2011 to 09 Nov. 2013

卢德安总领事

2011年4月27日至2013年11月9日

Renato L. Villapando

hon. Renato l. villapando

31 Jan. 1996 to 30 Nov. 1999

维拉潘多总领事

1996年1月31日至1999年11月30日

Raul S. Hernandez
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hon. Raul s. hernandez

14 Sept. 2008 to 01 Jan. 2011

何瑞良总领事

2008年9月14日至2011年1月1日

Benito B. Valeriano

hon. BENITO B. VALERIANO

15 Feb. 1995 to 30 Jan. 1996

韦利安卢总领事

1995年2月15日至1996年1月30日

history of the philippine consulate general in xiamen

1946

Direct diplomatic relations began with the establishment of the Philippine Legation in Nanjing, then the capital of China.

1947

Philippine Consulates General in Shanghai and Xiamen were opened.

The former Philippine Consulate General in Xiamen was located in the island of Gulangyu. At that time, there were 13 other Consulates General in Gulangyu, including those of the United States, Great Britain, Holland (now The Netherlands), France, Japan, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Belgium and Sweden.

march 1948

Direct diplomatic relations began with the establishment of the Philippine Legation in Nanjing, then the capital of China.

1949

All Philippine Foreign Service posts were closed after the founding of the People's Republic of China. When the Nationalist Kuomintang government withdrew to Taiwan Island that same year, the Philippine Legation followed.

President Elpidio Quirino adopted an open policy on China.

15 march 1956

The Embassy of the Philippines in Taipei, Taiwan was formally opened.

11 may 1972

President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed Executive Order No 384 (Promulgating Policy Guidelines and Trade with Socialist and Communist Countries) which effectively opened trade relations with China and other Socialist countries.

09 june 195

No official contact was made with the Government of the People’s Republic of China until the Philippines broke relations with Taiwan and established diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China with the signing of a Joint Communiqué between then President Ferdinand E. Marcos and former Chinese State Council Premier Chou En-Lai.

Filipino-Chinese businessmen with origins from Fujian and Jiangxi suggested the opening of a Consulate General in Xiamen, citing historical, cultural and economic ties between the two countries.

1986

Filipino-Chinese businessmen with origins from Fujian and Jiangxi suggested the opening of a Consulate General in Xiamen, citing historical, cultural and economic ties between the two countries.

After her visit to China, then President Corazon C. Aquino appointed Mr. Sotero B. Lee as Honorary Consul in Xiamen. The appointment of an Honorary Consul was to prepare for the opening of a permanent consular post in Xiamen. Then Philippine Ambassador to China, Honorable Alfonso Yuchengco, submitted a preparatory report on the matter to the DFA.

23 July 1994

During a bilateral meeting on the occasion of the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Bangkok, then Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Roberto R. Romulo and then Foreign Minister Quan Qichen agreed to establish Consulates General in Xiamen and Cebu. Then President Fidel V. Ramos approved the proposal. A budget of P9M was allocated for this purpose by Congress upon the initiative of House Speaker Jose De Venecia.

08 December 2008

Note (94) Bu Ling Yi Zi No. 112 received from the Chinese MFA a proposed arrangement on the mutual establishment of Consulates General.

january 1995

The Philippine Consulate General in Xiamen was re-established upon the arrival of Administrative Officer Alexander N. Go who also served as Officer-in-Charge until the arrival of the Consul General.

Post occupied Lianhua premises with an area of 530 square meters (1995-2000).

15 February 1995

Full consular operations commenced with the assumption of Consul General Benito B. Valeriano.

28 February 1995

Philippine Consulate General in Xiamen formally opened with Philippine Ambassador to China Romualdo A. Ong, Philippine Commercial Attaché to China Agustin Mangila Jr. and officials from Xiamen City and Fujian Province gracing the occasion

2001

Post expanded premises to include adjoining building and space totalling 1,060 square meters.