Philippine Honorary Consul Agkarajit Phanomvan na Ayudhya led in the distribution of English reading books in Chiang Mai.
General admission is 150 baht; VIP seats start at 250 baht. You can buy tickets at the gate or check online at www.ticketbox.co.
This is the very first time a Filipino won an acting award in Cannes which is considered as the biggest international film award.
Philippine basketball team Gilas Cadets is now playing in Thailand for the 2016 SEABA Cup.
“Thy Womb” was screened at nearly 50 films festivals around the world, from Europe to Asia, Russia, the US, Latin America.
Check some of the photos of OFWs who cast their votes at the Philippine Embassy.
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.
Based from the updated schedule, the Overseas Voting is conducted every day until May 9, 2016 including weekends from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Bookworms will surely enjoy a new shopping experience at the annual book fair in Bangkok!
It will be participated in by 100 brands and huge line of products.