The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok will be closed on December 25-26, 2017 and January 1-2, 2018.
Thailand-based and PinoyThaiyo contributor Eunice Barbara C. Novio, won the Best Feature Story for her article “Lensman helping to reunite left-behind Amerasians with dads.”
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In line with the Christmas season, a joint effort was made by the Filipino Community (FilCom) in Lampang as they donated cash and goods to the St. Francis Xavier Parish Mae Hong Son over the weekend.
The Philippine Embassy will be closed on December 25 & 26, 2017 to observe the following holidays.
The talk will be conducted by speakers from the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Christmas is definitely the time for giving and with that, a comedy show for a cause will be held on December 16, 7:00pm at the Anuban Taksin Rayong International School. This is in partnership with the Filipino Alliance in Rayong-Thailand. The said benefit show is for Tatay Bertio Ricaforte, who was diagnosed with end stage… Read more »
Also present at the event were the 120th Philippine Independence Day Organizing Committee and officers of the Association of Filipinos in Chiang Mai Northern Region Chapter.
The comeback movie of Robin Padilla and Sharon Cuneta will be screened on Sunday, December 10 at SF Cinema Maya Chiang Mai (6:00 pm) and SF Cinema Central Marina Pattaya (7:00 pm).
The awarding ceremony will follow afterwards.