On a fact-finding trip to Chiang Mai, football promoters Pascal Engler, Stefan Huber and Bernhard Rutz were seen chatting with Rakchanok Khamseng (Chiangmai Mail) at the Amari Rincome’s cocktail party.

The director of the 5th Animal Health and Sanitation Office Supachai Samuttrapao-raya presided over the opening ceremony of training on “Standardize Inspector of Elephant Camp First Class” organized by the Livestock Department. (From left) Dr Churai Laopasert, veterinarian Kusuma Kukeaittinun, vet Prim Burah, vet Malinee Tungsuwan, vet Rongnapa Rattanachattikul were amongst those who attended the training course held at Chiang Mai Hills Hotel.

Amari Rincome Hotel recently organized a 5 S training course for hotel staff at the hotel’s Penthouse to help them keep the hotel’s rooms and offices clean and tidy. Shown here, Miss Napassorn Chaichompu (center), the hotel’s training course division coordinator received a certificate from general manager Marc Dumur (left) and executive chef from Ireland, Adrian O’Herlihy (right).

Wanpen Dirksen (far right) had the pleasure of welcoming a number of national supermodels at the Saen Kham Lanna Restaurant recently. The event had been organized by the leading “Priew Magazine”, which specializes in fashion and design, and seen here is the Magazine’s GM and fashion editor, Panitnart Yeampeka (standing next to Wanpen), and Chiangmai Mail’s Michael Vogt, who is happy to be standing next to two of the beauty contestants.

Vorapong Muchaotai (right), Thai Hotels Association (THA) Northern Chapter president, hosted a “thank you “ reception party at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel for Jam Jam Music team, led by Peter Corp Direndal (2nd right), who played in a friendly football match between Jam Jam and VIP Lanna United in Chiang Mai. Also turning up at the party were Chalisa Boonkrongsap (2nd left), Miss Thailand 2003, and Koonthira Sutthabongkotch (left), Miss Thailand 2000 second runner-up.

Regular guests and friends who attended the ‘Liquor testing competition’ at Anywhere Bar on June 14 included (left to right, front) Henry, Keang and Jitra, and (back row left to right) Ewan and Kev.

Chalermsak Suranun (seated right), Tourism Authority of Thailand, Northern Office Region
1 director, recently welcomed Anurut Wongwanich, president of the Buddhist Youth Association of Thailand, and the participants of the 2nd World Buddhist Network Conference at Khum Khantoke Restaurant.

BHP Steel Lysaght Thailand president, Jason Ellis (right) and Australian Trade Minister, the Hon. Mark Vaile (left), officially open the new BHP Steel Lysaght Thailand purpose built factory extension in Khon Kaen.