The celebration was attended by Filipinos, Thais and other foreigners who are active in the Catholic Community.
“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 provinces include Hatyai, Phuket, Rayong, Chiang Rai, Phitsanulok, Phuket, Koh Samui, Udon Thani and Korat. Its first proposed schedule will be on February 4, 2017 in Hatyai, a city in southern Thailand near the Malaysian border.
It’s a sad 2016 Christmas for the Filipino Community in Thailand.
The family thanked those who had helped to lessen their financial burden.
PinoyThaiyo, OFW Quickservants and the rest of the Filipino community in Thailand condole with the family of Mrs. Andoy.
Julio is now in Chulalongkorn Hospital where his condition remains critical.
Lavador was first asked to pay 2,000 baht but her Thai friend negotiated so the fine was later reduced to 1,000 baht.
Watch our 1st AFTBL photo collection as it capped its season one yesterday afternoon, April 24, 2016. All photos were taken by photographer Ayen Fabregas-Diel.
The three- month event will run from February 14 until April 17 at Ramkhamhaeng University Sports Office. Opening program will be on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.