Ambassador Mary Jo Bernardo-Aragon graced the catwalk wearing a Filipiniana costume made of Thai silk along with other lady ambassadors and spouses of heads of mission at Centara Grand Hotel and Bangkok Convention Center at CentralWorld, Bangkok.
The Embassy is also looking for volunteer Filipino teachers to teach at the said activity at the Embassy in mid-October 2016.
Themed “Duterte and Philippine drug wars – Thaksin redux?” will be attended by panelists including former Filipino Congressman Walden Bello, BBC journalist Jonathan Head and other human rights advocates.
Her kindness, diligence and patience towards foreign teachers has earned the respect and admiration of her clientelle. She is very approachable and speaks English fluently.
Despite her passing, the show went on to help her bereaved family specially the young son she left behind.
The schedule of photoshoot for the Philippine Christian University’s Bachelor of Science in Education will be on September 4, 2016 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at St Robert’s Global in Pratunam.
The group is appealing to the Filipino Community in Thailand and to all other groups, companies or individuals for help to sponsor their plane tickets.
The Thai government is doing everything to help the Filipino seafarers, said Ms. Apinya Tajit, Deputy Director of Stella Maris and contact person of the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) in Thailand.
A fundraising concert has been set in Pattaya on August 21, 2016 to help fund the operation of an Overseas Filipino Worker who can no longer walk due to an illness.
Interested community members may contact Mr. Efren Villanueva, AFT president, at mobile number 0892459091 or Mr. Roger Aponte at 0970789892.