About 20 local and foreign news reporters and correspondents from BBC, The Guardian, Bangkok Post Financial Times, People’s Daily, Spring News, Fuji Television Network and Japan’s daily Asahi Shimbun joined in the meeting. PinoyThaiyo, Inquirer.net and Siam Living, a counterpart of Manila Up were the only Filipino media groups present.
Paskong Pinoy celebration consisting of singing and beauty competitions as well as pinoy fun games will highlight the last day of DeeMoney Cup on December 9 at Ramkhamhaeng University Sports Complex in Ramkhamhaeng, Bangkok.
Filipino singers based in Thailand are invited to join the Paskong Pinoy 2018 Singing Contest on December 9 at Ramkhamhaeng University.
Join the impersonation contest during the Paskong Pinoy celebration on December 9 at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok.
DeeMoney is giving away free “First Love” movie tickets on November 3, Saturday at 5:30-7:30 PM screening.
“The meeting with Secretary Briones would be an opportunity to discuss common concerns of Filipino teachers,” said the Philippine Embassy in a press release.
A total of 401 players have officially registered for the DeeMoney Cup which kicked off on Sunday, October 28 at Ekamai International School in Bangkok.
DeeMoney Cup 2018 will kick-off on Sunday, October 28 at Ekamai International School gymnasium. Everyone is invited. Entrance is free.
Lanante is the first finisher for the “Ultimate 230”, the longest trail of 230 km that includes a mountain elevation of about 9,500 m.
To buy tickets, please contact Filipino Films in Thailand.