The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok is in need of proctors and room watchers for the Special Professional Licensure Examination (SPLE) for Teachers for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) on September 24, 2017 at Ekamai International School.
School Supply Drive Fun Run, a fundraising campaign will be held on Sunday, August 20, at Wachirabenchathat Park (SUAN ROD FAI) in Jatujack (Chatuchak), Bangkok.
BMTA decided to operate a new bus service to link Suvarnabhumi airport to the city centre for the sake of passenger convenience.
Phuket is actually ranked 10th for Best in the World due to its “blue lagoons and salmon sunsets”, while Koh Samui is flocked by tourists due to its local culture and fishing communities. Koh Tao on the other hand was reviewed by TripAdvisors as a paradise with “300 days of sun per year”.
It would also be impractical to simply rely on BMTA buses as public buses cannot accommodate the high passenger volume.
“I saw that our culture is very much alive in their hearts. May we keep this fire burning because our culture is what defines who we are as a people.”
The department is getting ready to officially welcome summer anytime this week with temperature ranging from 42-43 degrees Celsius.
Ms. Cabaya is considered a philonthrophist in her own way. She has led a number of fund raising campaigns to help underprivileged and needy Filipinos in Thailand.
SRIA is inviting Filipino and foreign students in Thailand for primary and secondary school levels to join the inaugural batch. Classes start on June 16 for academic year 2016 – 2017.
A series of Thai Culture Seminar will be held in Bangkok starting by the end April until August 2016. Thai culture is one of the requirements to get a teacher’s license in Thailand.