Aida Dizon Garcia
I condole with the families who lost their loved ones with the recent lethal injection persecution in China. While I was reading the papers at the gym earlier, another Filipina is facing a possible death penalty in Malaysia.
She is Aida Dizon Garcia, 51, a lecturer from Quezon City, who was caught with almost 12 kg of cannabis or marijuana last year of November while on her way inside a bus from Kuala Lumpur. She was at Thailand prior to arriving here in Malaysia as a tourist. According to the news, she pleaded not guilty. As she couldn’t afford to hire a translator and a lawyer, the Malaysian government gave her one.
Teleserv is inviting you to attend the Teleserv’s Night Out At The Cinema, Blogger’s Edition 2011.
Teleserv, the premier Citizen Services partner of the National Statistics Office (NSO), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) is launching a blogger’s get together to enjot a screening of the new Vin Diesel movie titled Fast Five. This is part of the the social drive to reach more people and inform them o fthe government’s convenient social services.
If you are interested in joining, send an email to email@example.com on or before April 6, 2011.