SOCIAL SCENE

Despite busy schedules producing a weekly newspaper, the Chiangmai Mail took a little time off to celebrate the birthday of one of our reporters, Ms. Nuttanee Thaveephol (holding knife). Happy Birthday again!

Getting to know each other - that was the idea behind the recent coffee break between Citylife Chiang Mai and Chiangmai Mail. Seated in front: Suchada and Naruemon Chomdock, Citylife’s sales department, next to Marion Vogt from Chiangmai Mail. The handsome gentlemen in the back are Jean Marc Domby from Tahiti, longtime visitor to Chiang Mai who considers it to be his second home, and Michael Vogt, MD of Chiangmai Mail.

Suratch Muangnoi, a member of the Chiang Mai Municipal Council (3rd from right), presents bouquet of flowers to congratulate the owner and manager of newly-opened Mai Muang Derm Pub & Restaurant, Ms Charnya (2nd right), with other well-wishers at the restaurant on the Maejo University - Chiang Mai city hall ring road, Chiang Mai recently.

Enjoying the latest issue of the Chiangmai Mail at The Pub are (from left) Tony Jones, Talisman Billiard Accessories, Stewart Mackie, Siam Tobacco, Ms. Gay, The Pub, Frank Moehlmann, Netagco Tolsma, Ms. Mat, F&B manager, and Christopher Clifton from The Pub, whereby the men assembled are also known as “The Rascals of Paradise”. By the way - copies of the newspaper are available at The Pub.

Chusak Namhansawong (right), deputy general manager of the Imperial Maeping Hotel, and staff are on hand to welcome Tengku Azlan Ibni Sultan Abu Bakar, the deputy minister of the prime minister’s office Malaysia, on the occasion of his visit to Chiang Mai and stay at the hotel.