Adrian O’Herlihy, executive chef at the Amari Rincome Hotel, invited the press to learn all about “his” Irish food festival, called “Irresistibly Irish”. The party will be held on March 29th-30th with Irish music from No Fixed Abode and a huge variety of Irish food.

The Chiangmai Scandinavian Club had a most enjoyable Italian buffet dinner on March 15. With 29 persons in attendance, one could meet (from left) Danish, Thai, Norwegian, Swedish, and more Danish nationals, looking at the Georg Jensen Damask exhibition.

A bunch of international ladies got together at Nobody’s Restaurant the other day - great lunch was provided by Chef Joerg, and everyone had a most enjoyable time. The Lunch Bunch gets together regularly, just to keep in touch, exchange ideas, and catch up on the latest gossip. The next luncheon will be after Songkran, on Wednesday, 23 April, at 12 Gables, the late Gary Dilley’s house.

BMW Motorcycles represent lifestyle and emotion, and to bring this ‘lifestyle’ to Chiang Mai, Erwin Ruser held a lunch meeting with people of the Chiang Mai Community. Soon Chiang Mai will have its own authorized BMW Motorcycle dealer, and we are all looking forward to having many BMWs cruising the North. Front row sitting: Erwin Ruser, Motorcycle Manager BMW Group Thailand, and Somkuan Sirichitrachinda, Deputy Managing Director of V.V.P. Automobile, authorized dealer of BMW Thailand. Back Row from left to right: Rattanapong Rerkasem, North Comets MC, Tosporn Panatampon from the Lamps Gallery (a passionate Harley Davidson rider), Nopachai Satapanakul, GM V.V.P. Automobile, and Michael Vogt, MD of Chiangmai Mail.