Her Excellency Vice President Leni Robredo met with members of the Filipino Community in Dusit Thani Hotel in Bangkok.
After more than a month of living aboard the stranded ship, some of the Pinoy seamen have become sick and in need of medical attention. Their food supplies have...
The seafarers haven’t been paid for four months and that the company refused to pay them.
“The validity of the certification is for five (5) years, unless specified by the attached document,” the announcement read.
The police were not able to apprehend the suspect but promised to pay Pelle’s medical expenses using the police department insurance.
Lavador was first asked to pay 2,000 baht but her Thai friend negotiated so the fine was later reduced to 1,000 baht.
To those who are willing to attend, you may call 02-259-0139 (116) or send an email to Bkkpe.firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat. The event is free of charge.
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok will be closed on Wednesday, July 6, 2016, to observe the Eid’l Fitr holiday.
Led by Honorary Consul Agkarajit Phanomvan na Ayudhya and the officers of the Association of Filipinos in Thailand Northern Region Chapter, the Philippines booth showcases several Filipino foods and...
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