The supervisors of the Channel Kids project led young children to take part in the Smart Camping event as a part of their educational trip to Chiang Mai Zoo. Shown here the children are briefed on the zoo activities during their recent tour.

Charoen Viriyasena (3rd left), deputy-managing director of Kad Suan Kaew Co., Ltd. presents a bouquet of flowers to Pisan Suwannathada (4th from left), the manager of IT City, Chiang Mai branch, to congratulate him on the occasion of opening a new branch in Chiang Mai.

Dr Patcharawan Srisilapanant (left), chairperson of the international affairs division, YMCA Chiang Mai, presents a shield of honor to Archan Fukoka Yoshiko (right), a Japanese instructor who has finished her term of services provided by YMCA Kobe, Japan, under the international relations and exchange program with the YMCA, Chiang Mai.

General manager Vorapong Muchaotai (left) of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel presents a complimentary card for hotel room service for a year, free of charge, to Miss Chalisa Boonkrongsap (right), Miss Thailand 2003, during the congratulatory and reception party hosted by the hotel and Chiang Mai Provincial Authorities for the visiting Miss Thailand and her runners-up at the hotel.

Some members and participants pose for a photo during the month-long Indochina Media Memorial Foundation (IMMF) training course on television journalism at the Thai Worldview Foundation in Chiang Mai and other rural areas in the north of Thailand from May 3-31.

David, Jenny, Erin and Callum McKenchie threw one of their by now famous theme parties at their home last week, and this time one could relive “The funky 80s”. Whilst the husbands concentrated their efforts more on serious discussions about the meaning of life, reminiscing the good old times, the wild women thoroughly enjoyed themselves on the dance floor, hopping and jumping all around to the beats of ‘YMCA’ and ‘It’s raining men’. A great time for all, and one is really wondering what the next theme will be.