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Huang Xilian Inspected the Pasig River Financial-aid Bridge

Date: 03/09/2022

On March 3, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian and Philippine President's Foreign Affairs Assistant Bohe inspected one of the Pasig River Financial-aid Bridge Projects undertaken by CRBC- the Binodo-Interlamouros(B-I Bridge).

Huang Xilian listened to the report on the progress of the B-I Bridge Project by the Head of the Philippines Office. He said that since the commencement of the Pasig River Financial-aid Bridge Project, engineers and technicians from China and the Philippines have overcome many difficulties, and the B-I bridge is nearing completion after the Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge (E-P Bridge) was completed and opened to traffic in July 2021. The Chinese contractors have attached great importance to the protection of the local environment and cultural relics during the construction process, and actively transferred advanced and mature bridge construction technology to the Philippines. He expected the B-I Bridge to become a new landmark building in Manila.

Bohe noted that President Duterte attaches great importance to the B-I Bridge as a flagship infrastructure project. Its unique architectural techniques and sculptural design are impressive, symbolizing the connection between Philippine and Chinese cultures.

After the on-site inspection, Huang Xilian had cordial talks with the bridge builders. He fully affirmed CCRBC's investment and dedication in the Project, and thanked the bridge builders for their hard work. Huang Xilian also emphasized the importance of the project and asked CRBC to make persistent efforts to ensure the bridge is completed on time.

The Pasig River Financial-aid Bridge Project is the first bridge project that the Chinese government has assisted the Philippines for free since President Duterte took office. It is a flagship project of the Philippines' "Large-scale construction and special construction" program. It contains E-P and B-I bridges. The B-I Bridge spans both banks of the Pasig River, connecting Manila’s Chinatown to Spain's King’s City. The main bridge is a 70-meter basket arch bridge with a total length of about 678 meters and a two-way four-lane design.

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