Philippines casinos catering to illicit Chinese gamblers are causing kidnappings and chaos in Manila – Honolulu, Hawaii news, sports & weather

On October 2019, police rescued two Chinese POGO workers, whose families had been asked to pay ransoms ranging between 68,000 yuan and 80,000 yuan (about $9,800 to $11,500) for their release, according to a summary of the case seen by CNN. They had been abducted from a hotel six days earlier and held by five Chinese nationals in an office building in Taguig, a suburb south of Manila.

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