Author: Alain Delon

Educator. Formator.

Bangkok air quality at unsafe levels again

The Pollution Control Department has detected poor air quality again this month as the amount of micro-fine dust has exceeded the safe limits on all its 5 air quality monitoring stations, as reported Monday on Bangkok Post.   The department reported that the particle matter, or PM 2.5, for the past 24 hour rose from… Read more »

Thailand to release new banknotes in April

Following the ascension to the throne of King Maha Vajiralongkorn December last year, he is now taking his place on Thailand’s banknotes and currency. In a Coconuts Bangkok report, the Bank of Thailand today has already unveiled new banknotes that feature the image of the kingdom’s current monarch. Banknotes bearing the image of King Rama… Read more »

Ambassador Aragon graces PAAT’s “Sampaguita Night”

Philippine Ambassador to Thailand Mary Jo A. Bernardo-Aragon, and other embassy officials, attended “Sampaguita Night”, an event organized by the Philippine Alumni Association in Thailand (PAAT), last February 10, at the Royal Thai Army Club. This event is a gathering of Thai nationals who studied in the Philippines during their college years in FEATI, MAPUA,… Read more »

PAL announces seat sale for as low as PHP77

Fly almost anywhere in the Philippines for as low as PHP77 as Philippine Airlines announces its 77th Anniversary Seat Sale. Seat sale starts from March 5 to 11 and you can avail of discounted seats starting from PHP77 for most Clark-based flights. PAL also has Manila-based flights starting at PHP777. Fly Manila-Cebu for as low… Read more »

Summer starts early in Thailand

It is officially summer, that is according to the Meteorological Department of Thailand as it has announced on Monday, March 5, the changing of season in the kingdom of Thailand. The Nation reports that the northeast monsoon had already changed to southeasterly winds, which marks the start of summer. Temperatures in the upper parts of… Read more »

AirAsia PH soon to offer Manila-Bangkok

Flying to the Land of Smiles may now get cheaper as competition between budget airlines gets more stiff. AirAsia Philippines has just announced its plan to launch a Manila-Bangkok route in the second quarter of 2018, a move seen as an apparent expansion by the Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Berhad. In an Inquirer report dated… Read more »

“A Cause for the Heart” – Religious Musical Concert for Primo Estrella

Everyone is invited to “A Cause for the Heart – A Religious Musical Concert”, happening on March 3, 2:30-4:30pm, at the Ekamai Auditorium, Pridi Banomyong. This is a concert for a cause. Proceeds will go to the hospitalization expenses of Mr. Primo Estrella, who has suffered from cardiac arrest caused by ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI).… Read more »

Fatigued and overworked Filipino with Pleurisy dies

Overwork and fatigue has taken a huge toll on one Filipino teacher in Bangkok. PinoyThaiyo reports with a heavy heart that Josh Lagasca, also known as Josh Lertkunakorn on Facebook, succumbed to pneumonia yesterday February 28. This news was confirmed after Mrs. Josephine Jamilla Lagasca, Josh’s mother, posted a heart-wrenching post using Josh’s Facebook profile… Read more »