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.
Reserve and buy your tickets now through the Filipino Films in Thailand Facebook page or contact an authorized reseller.
May this serve as an inspiration that once fully focused, anything is just possible.
Febrina Tanghal is the newest PT news and feature writer. She will be focusing on the news stories that are relevant to the lives of Filipinos and other expats in Thailand.
It was indeed a gesture that brought the Vice Consul closer to the hearts of Pinoy expats.
Three Filipino wrestlers are now in Bangkok to compete for the 2016 Senior Asian Championship.
The exhibit will feature manufacturers and suppliers of construction materials.
PinoyThaiyo will take the journey with Mon as he reaches his dream in becoming real Pusong Pinoy. Let’s root for Montri as he raises the flag of Thailand, our second home here in Asia.
The film screening is organized by the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Sentro Rizal Secretariat and in cooperation with Srinakharinwirot University.
Philippine Embassy top officials visited Filipinos detained at the Central Women’s Correctional Institution and the Khlong Prem Central Prison.