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On May 18, the China-Philippines Friendship Park, jointly funded and constructed by the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce & Industry, Inc.,  the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Associations of the Philippines Foundation, Inc. and the Philippine Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc., was handed over to the city of Manila.

The park features a sculpture of connected hearts and holding hands to symbolize the two countries' mutual assistance in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, contributions to a continuously deepening traditional friendship and joint efforts made to build a closer comprehensive strategic partnership.

The China-Philippines Friendship Park  has two sightseeing platforms respectively on the northern and southern ends of the China-funded Binondo-Intramuros (B-I) Bridge, which together constitute a wonderful view.

The China-Philippines Friendship Park has now become a new symbol of the friendship between the two countries and a new attraction for photo-taking in the Filipino capital.