Our very own Jake Zyrus is set to perform here in Bangkok on January 20, at the Hard Rock Café, Siam Square Soi 11. Jake Zyrus, formerly Charice, is a phenomenal international star who gained worldwide popularity. Zyrus was discovered on Oprah Winfrey’s show belting out Mariah Carey and Celine Dion hits to name a… Read more »
Ticket price is at 20 Baht for the One-Day Pass. The venue will open at 3:00 pm. For reservations and ticket inquiries, you may email email@example.com, or call TK Park at 02-257-4300.
Thai heartthrob and superstar Mario Maurer got involved in a road rage incident along Pratunam area, January 9, 2018. Maurer was driving his black Porsche when he allegedly “cut” his way in front of a taxi. The taxi driver, Udorn, 37, who apparently did not take the “cutting” lightly, then “took aim to catapult and… Read more »
The Philippine Queen of All Media, Kris Aquino, who has also been dominating the Youtube space recently, was not spared by the honesty and kindness of a Thai while vacationing in Hong Kong, New Year 2018. While Aquino was in Hong Kong together with sons Josh and Bimby, Aquino revealed that she left her wallet… Read more »
Social media giant Facebook recently rolled out a new messenger, this time, for kids younger than 13 years old.
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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 »
Western Union is giving away free VIP tickets to loyal customers in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chonburi, Phuket and Surat Thani (Koh Samui).
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.
By 2018, Google, Youtube’s parent company, aims to hire more than 10,000 employees to screen “content that might violate our policies,” says Susan Wojcicki, CEO of Youtube.