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?
After the heart-wrenching and devastating death of Filipino expat in Phuket Arthur Mina, the Filipino “bayanihan” spirit has been ignited to bring back the remains of Mina to the Philippines through financial assistance. However, a couple of months before his death, the Mina family also lost another member of their family, baby Zeal, and now,… Read more »
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok has released a new set of forms for its constituents wishing for application or renewal. Three new formats are now out for 3 group classifications. White form: For renewal of ePassports for adults. Pink form: For all minors (below 18 years old); for new or renewal of their ePassports. Yellow… Read more »
After a successful “Rebuilding Marawi Concert” last November 18, the donations for the affected Filipino families in Marawi have now been turned over.
Both MRT Blue Line and Purple Line and BTS SkyTrain are extending their services on New Year from 6:00 am of December 31, 2017 to 2:00 am of January 1, 2018. This is BTS announcement posted on its website. “Such a wonderful ride! This New Year’s Eve, BTS is extending SkyTrain service hours from 06:00… Read more »
Philippine Embassy is inviting everyone to join the first mass of the Misa de Gallo (Simbang Gabi) on December 16, 5:00 a.m. at Holy Redeemer Church.
Transport services will run from 6am of December 31, up until 2am on January 1, 2018.
The talk will be conducted by speakers from the International Organization for Migration (IOM).