Deputy general manager of the
Maeping Hotel, Chusak Namhansawong (right, front row), is on hand to
welcome Thai National police chief, Pol Gen Sant Surutanont (the tallest
man) during his recent visit to Chiang Mai and stay at the hotel. With
them, on the right of the police chief, are the hotel receptionists.
Scott Ong (2nd left), general manager of
Mai, and hotel executives call on the president of Chiang Mai Chamber of
Commerce (CCC) Rachan Veeraphan (3rd from left) to present him a basket of
flowers on the occasion of the New Year festive season. With them are CCC
executive committee members.
Sir Worakit Kanthakalang (2nd right), secretary-general of
Chiang Mai, and Ms Nalinee Pussathewa (right), deputy secretary-general,
host a reception for visiting James Stabler-Havener (left) and Paul,
coordinators for the visit of lecturers from the English Language Institute,
China, during their training course organized last month
Sethaphan (Eddie) Buddhani, TAT director of North
America, East Coast, recently brought a group of travel agents and journalists
to Thailand in order to promote the Kingdom as a safe and appropriate
destination for handicapped travelers. The agents and journalists, many of them
handicapped themselves, were overall very impressed with Chiang Mai and its
facilities, and promised to do their bit to promote Chiang Mai as a top
destination for their customers and readers respectively.
Chinese New Year was celebrated with an “almost real”
Chinese Girl at Darling Wine Bar, and the guests had a great time, even
without firecrackers. From left to right: Lucas (Darling Wine Bar), Michael (Chiangmai
Mail), Dang (Darling Wine Bar), Daisy (ABAC University), Pong (Darling Wine
Bar), and Heinz and Helga Treubig, visitors from Germany.
During a wedding reception recently held at
Lotus Pang Suan
Kaew Hotel, deputy managing director of Kad Suan Kaew, Ms Jirawilai
Kengkarnkha delivered the congratulatory speech to the bridal couple, Ms
Rungthiwa Thanasarn and Somkid Chairungruangsook, staff at Kad Suan Kaew
shopping complex. Shown with them is Pol Lt Suchai Kengkarnkha (right), MD of
A combined team of actress trainees from
the freshmen, junior, sophomore and senior classes at the Mass Communications
Department of Rajabhat Institute of Chiang Mai pose for a photo session during a
break from their performance at the Kad Theatre Drama institute, Kad Suan Kaew
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