The Philippine Embassy in Thailand is joining the Filipino people in celebrating the annual Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week (DAPC Week) on November 15-21.
The website of the Philippine Embassy in Thailand will be temporarily unavailable due to scheduled maintenance, said in a statement posted on Facebook on November 5.
You can now send money to the Philippines for as low as 199 Baht in one of the latest SpeedSend promotions available at any CIMB Thai Bank nationwide.
The OFW added that she was able to wrap her bigger luggage with tape, but failed to do it on her smaller bag, where the .45-caliber bullet was found.
Airfare round trip tickets courtesy of Philippine Airlines (PAL) and “balikbayan” boxes from Seabra will also be given away during the raffle draws which costs 20 baht per ticket.
Philippine Airlines may cancel more flights as new information comes in on the flight movements of APEC leaders.
The police unit said 80% of arrested travelers admitted to using bullets as amulets.
With the theme “Driving Growth and Sustainability through Business”, APBF participants which comprised of businessmen from different sectors like government, academic, civil society and other key stakeholders from across the Asia-Pacific have joined in to hone their entrepreneurial skills.
“Fabulous Night of Horror” was organized by Ms. Arlene Rafiq. She is a successful Filipino businesswoman in Thailand who has made a name in design and other businesses. Ms. Rafiq is the owner and president of Interior Design Group.
A 65-year old grandmother from Cavite was the latest victim of ‘laglag bala’ modus operandi at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).