Passengers arrive at Manila’s international airport in the Philippines. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: hundreds of Taiwan travellers stranded in Philippines due to ban on Chinese tourists

  • Some flew in to Manila, only to find they could not pass immigration
  • Others were heading home, only to find their flights had been cancelled
Topic |   Coronavirus outbreak

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Passengers arrive at Manila’s international airport in the Philippines. Photo: AP
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Nick Aspinwall

Nick Aspinwall

Nick Aspinwall is a Southeast Asia-based journalist covering human rights, migration, and the environment. He has contributed to The Washington Post, The Nation, Foreign Policy, Roads & Kingdoms, and SupChina. He is an editor at Taiwan-focused Ketagalan Media.