South China Sea War Games

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The South China Sea War Games
Map of The South China Sea War Games
Date January 26, 2010 - May 26, 2010 –
Location Hainan, and Guangdong
Flag-China.jpg China
Flag-Malaysia.jpg Malaysia
Flag-Romania.png Romania
Flag-Canada.jpg Canada
Flag-Croatia.jpg Croatia
Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Flag-Philippines.jpg Philippines
Commanders and Leaders
Ariel David Buena

The South China Sea War Games (also known as the Philippines-China War), is a training war for the camps of China and the Philippines. The war game was initially planned since August 29, 2009, but it had only commenced when the Philippines region-sitted its regions, Visayas, and Mindanao, to Malaysia during the Twelfth Philippine Congress elections due to political take-over attempts by suspected Serbians and 888channers (the group who was responsible for the South African forum hacking)[1][2].

The South China Sea War Games is a sister war game of the Southeast Asian War Games.

The war games eventually became a backbone for the Chinese-Filipino land swaps in China. Land swaps ended in May 26, 2010, eventually ending the said war games.

War Details

There are two locations in the War Games:

War Statistics

Overall Battle Statistics of the South China Sea War Games
Country Total Fights Total Damage
Flag-Philippines.jpg 2138 129237
Flag-China.jpg 39578 1094933


  •   Attacker 
  •   Defender 

War Legs

The war games currently has 3 legs. With the 3rd leg as the latest.

Sol War Game Legs
Leg Location Date
Leg 1 Hainan January 26, 2010 - January 27, 2010
Leg 2 Hainan January 29, 2010 - January 30, 2010
Leg 3 Hainan February 4, 2010 - February 5, 2010

After few more war games, China and Philippines embark on land swaps in order to prevent Serbian occupation in China and India. War games was put into halt while land swapping plans continued until in May 26, 2010.


  1. News | Philippines Cedes 2 Regions to Malaysia. Article by Filipino Progressive Movement of the The Filipino Progressive.
  2. TW with China. Article by Hekter of the The Whiteboard.