No sign of help for Philippines from China's hospital ship
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Initially, China pledged $100,000 in aid to the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan roared across central islands a week ago, and a further $100,000 through the Chinese Red Cross—figures dwarfed by multi-million dollar donations from countries and corporations around the world."
"It is a self-inflicted wound to Chinese influence and prestige," said Rory Medcalf, a security analyst at Australia's Lowy Institute."
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