Author: Eunice Barbara Novio
A tough lesson for Thailand’s English teachers
On September 23, Thailand was jolted by the news that teachers at the Sarasas Witaed Ratchaphruek School in Nonthaburi had been caught on camera “harshly pulling and pushing” kindergarten children.
In a time of nCoV, Thailand not in panic mode
Why shouldn’t we be in panic mode in Thailand? First, Thailand’s health care system ranked sixth best in the world in 2019.
A Test from Kian
Every day is a struggle for OFWs like us, knowing that anyone can be tagged as an “addict” or a “pusher.” Dead bodies are always found with a sachet or two of shabu and a gun.
Catholic Migrants Community Held Santacruzan in Korat
The celebration was attended by Filipinos, Thais and other foreigners who are active in the Catholic Community.
Migrant Worker’s Tale
She stood in the great yard of Bangkok Hilton. Instead of a smiling friendly woman greeting “sawasdee kha”, stern stocky woman ushered Jane to Rm 1.1 along with other women with different nationalities who were tried for various crimes.
Migrant Community of Korat holds annual Santacruzan
Santacruzan is usually held on the last day of Flores de Mayo or the month of May as declared by the Vatican to be devoted solely for Mama Mary.