1,538 out of 3,046 passed the Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination and 31 out of 87 passed the Certified Plant Mechanic Licensure Examination MANILA-The Professional Regulations Commission announced on Thursday, 28 February 2019 that 1,538 out of 3,046 passed the Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination and 31 out of 87 passed the Certified Mechanic Licensure Examination given… Read more »
The partnership aims to make DeeMoney a part of every Filipino’s life in Thailand through different services from money remittances telecommunications, insurance, outreach and community events that will cater to the needs of OFWs here.
Two Filipino teachers got into a motorcycle accident on Wednesday August 15 and then one of them was again hit by another car as he fell off the motorcycle.
Filipino teachers in Thailand Christopher Lamprea and Dolly Manipon-Lamprea, are going great lengths to support the medical expenses of baby Mira Malaika Lamprea, who was born 2 months prematurely at the Phayathai 3 Hospital along Phetkasem Road, last July 9, 2018. Dolly was rushed to the emergency room after experiencing contractions and eventually premature labor.… Read more »
Krungsri Bank, Bangkok Bank and Central Department Store Western Union also came to promote their services and promotions specially designed for Filipinos.
A consular outreach in Phuket has been scheduled by the Philippine Embassy in Thailand on March 29-31, 9:00am to 5:00pm, at Swissotel Resort, Patong, as detailed on their Facebook post. The embassy in inviting public to avail of the said consular services during their outreach program in Phuket. The post continues to ask the Filipinos… Read more »
Everyone is invited to “A Cause for the Heart – A Religious Musical Concert”, happening on March 3, 2:30-4:30pm, at the Ekamai Auditorium, Pridi Banomyong. This is a concert for a cause. Proceeds will go to the hospitalization expenses of Mr. Primo Estrella, who has suffered from cardiac arrest caused by ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI).… Read more »
Overwork and fatigue has taken a huge toll on one Filipino teacher in Bangkok. PinoyThaiyo reports with a heavy heart that Josh Lagasca, also known as Josh Lertkunakorn on Facebook, succumbed to pneumonia yesterday February 28. This news was confirmed after Mrs. Josephine Jamilla Lagasca, Josh’s mother, posted a heart-wrenching post using Josh’s Facebook profile… Read more »
A certain Josh Lertkunakorn on Facebook is in need of any financial assistance to cover his medical expenses after being admitted and treated for pleurisy, a medical condition where the chest and lung tissues are inflamed causing difficulty in breathing. Josh was admitted at Nopparat Rajathanee Hospital on the first week of February due to… Read more »
What are holidays observed by the PHL Embassy in Thailand?