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P'LOK PINOYZ. Takbo para sa Kalayaan: The Filipino community in Phitsnaulok province during their commemoration of Philippine Independence 2014.
BANGKOK, THAILAND. The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok has confirmed its attendance to the proposed 1st Filipino Community Leaders' Congress in Kon Khaen in October. 

Marlon Sipe, the Filipino association president in Khon Kaen said he received a call from the embassy Vice Consul Jay Francis Alcantara confirming Consul General Mary Jo Bernardo Aragon's presence in the upcoming event.

Last month, a group of Filipino associations in Thailand has agreed to hold a leaders' convention to take up matters concerning the working and living conditions in Thailand. 

In a report last week by lonerzone.com, the convention is slated to happen on October 16 and 17, but the organizers rescheduled and affirmed that the convention is only one day and its final schedule is on October 15, Wednesday in Kosa Hotel at Khon Kaen province. 

A registration fee of 600 Baht will be collected from each participant to cover food and venue expenses.

Read the proposed program of activities below:


Around 50 Filipino workers, mostly teachers, in Thailand  are expected to join this assembly organized by AFT-Khon Kaen. 

For reservations and inquiries, please send your e-mail to the organizers at aftkhonkaen@gmail.com or call Mr. Marlon Sipe at 0805-704-668.

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