China Daily Mail

Ming Pao says, according to Philippine Daily Inquirer, China is stepping up the construction and development on Mischief Reef and Subi Reef.

The radar on Mischief Reef has been completed; while a radar and helipad are being built on Subi Reef, where buoys are being installed.

The Philippine government and military claim that they have been aware of Chinese side actions.

Philippine Western Command spokesperson Neil Estrella said that in May this year, China built a 4-storey structure on Subi Reef and installed a huge round radar on the structure.

It has also built a helipad there, and installed buoys in a narrow waterway to guide warships in entering Subi Reef.

On the other hand, the Nansha fishing fleet from Hainan arrived at Subi Reef at 10:00 a.m. yesterday to conduct operations. China News Service reporter travelling on the fleet, to collect news, and described the structure on…

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