Benito Vacio

The Philippines on Thai TV

I will be a guest on Thai TV on March 21st


Thai Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Channel 6 will feature the Philippines as represented by Ms Sylvia Reyes, Chief, Cultural Affair and Attache of the Republic of the Philippines and ajarn Filipino blogger, English teacher and painter, Benito Vacio, together with other personalities on March 21, 2012 in a special episode of "Na Art Club" called "The Asian Culture." This is in line with the promotion of arts and culture of ASEAN countries like Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The episode will showcase native dances from different countries, interviews from representatives of each country, and an art interview with Benito Vacio.

The one-hour extravaganza will also offer some views on how ASEAN governments promote their arts and culture. Viewers will also get insights on how these governments support their own programs. Likewise, similarities and differences of ASEAN arts and culture will be discussed as bright ideas on how these are being unified in the region.

The special show will be aired on March 21, 2012 at 11:00 pm (Thai time) on Thai Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Channel 6. The show is emceed by lovely Panitnart Chatrirai and the congenial Watchala ParnAiem. The show is directed by Nimit Pipitkun.

Taping of the said episode was done on January 24, 2012 at Studio 9 of ThaiPBS at Lat Prao.

If you are fond of watching late night shows, switch to Channel 6 and tune in to "Na Art Club", This is aired every Wednesday at 11:00 pm. So, don't miss the show on March 21, 2012 at 11:00 pm and be proud of your kababayan (fellow Filipinos) promoting our country, the Philippines, "Pinoy" art, (Filipino art) and "Pinoy" culture (Filipino culture).Mabuhay ang Pilipinas.(Long live the Philippines).

 




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