It was a female-dominated class graduation for the Philippine Military Academy as 8 of the Top 10 were women.
Filipino boxer Rey “Delubyo” Megrino, with a record of 24-20-4, knocked out his Japanese opponent Yuki Kobayashi by clinching a right hand counter leaving the opponent motionless prompting the referee to end the match without a count.
Filipino landscape artist John Torio of Sadeem Agricultural Company and project manager Rolly Alcantara helped Yanbu, Saudi Arabia reclaim the Guinness record for world’s largest flower carpet.
Josh Roxas is a multi-awarded Filipino artist who has his works exhibited at various high-end hotels and exhibits throughout the Kingdom. He specializes in various media such as acrylic, oil and mixed media.
It was an energetic and jam-packed evening as Pullman Hotels and Resorts – Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit and Josh Roxas presented COLORED CITIES – a direct attempt to capture the lively city craze on canvas is Josh’s first one-man show of the year, last February 25, 2017.
As a part of his winning prize, he was treated to a trip in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. He and 5 other bloggers, went to experience Thai culture through food.
May this serve as an inspiration that once fully focused, anything is just possible.
Ms. Eunice Barbara Novio Cordova, a Filipino lecturer at Vongchavalitkul University in Korat was given a three-day day-off treat which include hotel stay with sumptuous meals at Berkeley Bangkok.
Mr. Lee Aznar won in the men’s open bodybuilding category which was competed by nine different countries.
The Filipino athlete received 150,000 baht prize money for winning.