A group of Filipino teachers from Metapaht School in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand captivated the appreciation of the public with their stellar performance of Philippine folk dances.
Led by Mr. Edmar Jaranilla, Foreign Department Coordinator of the said school, the group beautifully showcased three folk dances such as the “Maglalatik”, “Bulaklakan”, and “Pandangiado Burueno” in the delight of the watching crowd of mostly Thais.
The event is the second for the Annual Metapaht Goodwill Gala which was held at the Central Korat Mall in Nakhon Ratchasima, one of the tourist favorite provinces in Thailand approximately 260 kilometers from Bangkok.
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The group’s dedication and passion radiated through each step. Every beat and leap shows the diversity and beauty of the Philippine culture, reminding us all of the power of art to transcend borders and to unite hearts.
It was an unforgettable night that celebrated the rich cultural tapestry of the Philippines. We salute our fellow Filipinos in Thailand for their inspiration and remarkable dedication to showcasing our cultural heritage to the world.