You have to admire any place where people just randomly switch between languages in mid-sentence:
(no, I don't have any idea what he's talking about -- I'm sure Filipino foosters can help...)“Pananglitan panglaw-gaw lang na ila they cannot get their deposit and kon dili nila ma develop ang property immediately or kon mag kiha-kiha, then ang ilang kwarta matanggong sa city, and then we can ask Filinvest to develop other portions of the SRP,” Fernandez explained.
I guess this happens in other countries as well (Singapore and India come to mind), but usually only in casual conversation. I love that a government official talking to the press still speaks this way.
Came across that in this story while browsing Google News for China-related investment news (which this isn't, but it's much more fun).