Mr. Arnulfo ‘Arnie’ Aniel, a professional consultant in his own company offering services on Business for English, Training & Development and Organisation Development, wowed the audience when he delivered his piece, “It is NOT. It IS”.
Venus Dennen Claver, currently taking her Masters degree in one of the prestigious universities here in Thailand, initiated a series of inspiring speeches with her entry, aptly titled “You’ve Got What It Takes”.
Although the jeepney driver was nearly hit as can be seen on the image, it did not anger him at all. The driver, Flynn, calmly helped Bernice in settling the issue with the jeepney owner, Mr. Almazan
Meet the young Filipina delegate in the 14th Annual International Festival of Language and Culture in Bangkok
Her name is Zaynah Yasmeen P. Ramos from Zamboanga. She is a student at Fountain International School also known as Filipino Turkish Tolerance School.
Two Filipino visual artists participated in the 11th International Visual Arts Workshop and Exhibition hosted by the Poh Chang Academy of Arts and Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin.
Tonight’s winner will get ฿20,000 cash and฿ 5,000 for the runner-up. The winner will also travel to Singapore in March.
“We are extremely happy that Filipinos have bagged the ESL World Debate Championship again, after 15 years. This is a Philippine victory more than anything,”
Apolinario “Pule” Mapacpac, a native of Oriental Mindoro and an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) himself is the only Filipino joining the “The Big V Comedy Competition”.
Exciting games were participated in by both children and adults, some fantastic prizes were also given away on raffle draws which included a 2-night stay in a resort called Samui Boat Lagoon.
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.