Philippines' Supreme Court associate justice Carpio gestures to an ancient map on display while Philippines' Foreign Secretary Del Rosario, Justice Secretary De Lima and Defense Secretary Gazmin look on at a Catholic university in Manila

Philippines’ Supreme Court associate justice Carpio gestures to an ancient map on display while Philippines’ Foreign Secretary Del Rosario, Justice Secretary De Lima and Defense Secretary Gazmin look on at a Catholic university in Manila

Philippines' Supreme Court associate justice Antonio Carpio (L) gestures to an ancient map on display while Philippines' Foreign Secretary Albert Del Rosario (2nd L), Justice Secretary Leila De Lima and Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin look on at a Catholic university in Manila September 11, 2014. The Philippines on Thursday put on display dozens of ancient maps which officials said showed that China's territorial claims over the South China Sea did not include a disputed shoal at the center of an acrimonious standoff. The Philippines is in dispute with China over parts of the South China Sea, including the Scarborough Shoal, an area believed to be rich in oil and natural gas as well as fisheries resources. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) - RTR45TJO

May 23, 2017 6:22 PM (UTC+8)