Vol. II No. 12 Saturday 22 March - 28 March 2003
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SOCIAL SCENE

Ms. Kannikar Thiraj (2nd left), senior sales manager of the Imperial Maeping Hotel is on hand to welcome Rewat Chamchalerm (center), the deputy supreme attorney-general on the occasion of his visit to Chiang Mai to attend an Asia-Pacific Attorney Association workshop for prosecutors held in Chiang Mai recently by the Office of the Supreme Attorney-General. With them are the hotel guest relations officer and receptionists.

Vichien Viriyaprasit (3rd left), the supreme attorney-general, hosted a reception for the prosecutors of the Asia-Pacific Attorney Association, held at the Khum Khantoke Restaurant in Chiang Mai for their workshop.

Chiang Mai Provincial Probation Office organized a training course on guidelines to implement work under the bill for drug addict treatment and rehabilitation. Deputy permanent secretary of state for the Ministry of Justice presided over the opening ceremony and Assoc Prof. Tongthong Chantarangkoon was also a guest speaker at the training course held at the Novotel Chiang Mai.

A new watering hole in town is called “Anywhere”, a cozy venue on Siritorn Road. Open from 5 p.m. until late, the thirsty find an extensive drink-board featuring beverages at very modest prices. Seen here checking out the facilities are (from left) Mr. Dang (Darling Wine Bar), Henry ‘Hendrick’ Slow, Henry Quick, Ewan, Michael (Chiangmai Mail), and Martin, plus, of course, Keng in the center of attention. “Anywhere” offers even a separate room for small private functions, or a game of bridge, chess etc., decorated in Lanna style.

Watchara Tantranond (center, in white shirt and neck tie), chairman of the Thai Lanna Food and Cultural Center Co., Ltd., together with his staff take part in the Three Kings portrait propitiation ceremony that was just installed at Khum Khantoke Restaurant on Chiang Mai - Lampang Superhighway.

The personnel and training department of Novotel Hotel, Chiang Mai organized the training course on child prostitution and child labor abuse, titled “Child Wise Tourism”. At the recent training course, Pol Cap Chareewan Bhudhanuraks, an expert on women and children trafficking was invited as a special lecturer.

Tassanee Sangkerd (left), the assistant managing director of Kad Suan Kaew Co Ltd, presents a shield of honor to Dr Pitak Pluempitakul, the managing director of Chiangmai Siam TV Co Ltd, for his support in televising live sports news and tournaments via satellite at the Kad Suan Kaew shopping complex.


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