True to its promise of helping the Filipino community in Thailand, the CIMB Thai Bank serves as one of the co-sponsors of the 1st ATPAC National Convention in Saraburi Province.
The three-day convention aims to bring together foreign and Thai Adventist teachers and publishing workers to integrate and consolidate ideas to further improve the teaching profession and help in the development of the education system in general.
A Facebook post on Wednesday narrated how a “Christian” school charged her 20 baht for the application form. Shocked, she decided to just leave and walk away.
“Our speakers will provide information on the rights of teachers and those employed by educational institutions.”
The Philippine Consulate in Chiang Mai will be closed tomorrow morning as a sign of respect to the death of Mr. Alfredo Pomar; however, it will be opened for services from 12:30 to 5:00 pm.
Mr. Alfredo Pomar, 81, will be laid to rest on Wednesday, October 21.
Philippine Airlines has announced its latest promotions for those who are planning to travel to Manila, Cebu, and Davao. The promotional airfare are available for booking until end of October.
MyUCo-op is a leading advocate in the Kingdom of Thailand in empowering or providing opportunities to Filipino OFW’s, thus, it aims at augmenting their respective family income.
Once you have collected four stamps in your card, you can send money one time free of charge.
The POEA urged OFWs to use BM ONLINE system as this new policy will also be implemented in regional offices.