Foreign workers’ temporary work permit, or the pink card, is extended from one year to two years.
American actor Bill Kirchenbauer to charm Bangkokians with his famous comedy acts at Comedy Club Bangkok
Actor and stand-up comic William Alfred “Bill” Kirchenbauer will join Bangkok’s seasoned local comics special open mic comedy show on Friday, February 26, 2016 at the Comedy Club Bangkok.
Besides Thailand, Acosta has performed in 50 cities in 29 countries in five continents including Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Nepal and India among others.
It was indeed a gesture that brought the Vice Consul closer to the hearts of Pinoy expats.
A total of 14 teams are competing at the three-month basketball tournament mainly sponsored by Western Union which is considered as the world’s largest money transfer company.
The team also bagged the Best in Uniform Award and Ms. AFTBL title. Pinay beauty Ms. Guizel Joyce Liwanag Tupas of Duterte Eagles bested six other contestants and was voted winner by a panel of judges.
The three- month event will run from February 14 until April 17 at Ramkhamhaeng University Sports Office. Opening program will be on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
Pilipinas MX3 Kings will be back in Bangkok on Saturday, February 13, 2016 to play against Hightech Bangkok City at the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL).
Aside from winning the Pulitzer Prize for Drama award and Off-Broadway Lucille Lortel Awards, the play also won Drama Desk Awards, Obie Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and New York Drama Critics Award.
The Philippines’ top television network has invited foreigners from different parts of the world with absolutely no Filipino blood but are adept at singing Tagalog songs. They will sing Tagalog songs and compete on national TV.