Ms. Ladda na Lamphun (2nd right), sales
advisor for AIA Co., Ltd., presents a bouquet of flowers to congratulate
Mr Boontha (center), the husband of guest speaker Busayaporn Boonth
(right), who presented a special lecture during the Professional B Club
sales seminar held at Novotel Hotel, Chiang Mai. At left are
their two daughters.
Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolrattana receives a bouquet of
flowers and a warm welcome from Ms Sawitree Chormchan (lower center), public
relations manager of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, while Vorapong
Muchaotai (in dark suit, center), the general manager and other hotel executives
are on hand to welcome the Princess’s private visit to the hotel on June 27.
A number of distinguished guests undertook the “arduous
task” of checking “quality control” at the recent soft opening of the new German
Microbrewery-Branch. The mini pub & restaurant is located off Chang Kran
Road, about 150 meters before the Empress Hotel, coming from the Night Bazaar.
From left: Yongyut Chobtamdee, FTI secretary general, Karl Eichhorn, product
manager, Chiangmai Malting, Marion Vogt, Chiangmai Mail, Songsak Vattanapoon, MD
Chiangmai German Microbrewery, Lord Mayor Boonlert Buranupakorn, Chalermsak
Suranant, director TAT Office Chiang Mai, Saroj Ratanavadi, director Chiangmai
Malting, Municipality-Councilors Noppawong Ratchai and Pornchai Jitnavasathien,
as well as Siripong Patanakitikul, managing editor, Post News.
Having relocated and renovated, the New Darling has
finally opened and Chiang Mai’ans once again have their place for that ‘last
glass of wine’ before going home. Seen here last Saturday were from left
front: Paul, Daeng and Dot, behind them Lukas, Marion, Frank and on the very
right, Frank’s companion the sweet Miss Citra. The new Darling is very easy to
find. It is situated on Huay Kaew Road, next to Hair Pro Salon and the wine
selection is as good, if not better than before. See You at Darling!
The Minister of Tourism and Sports, Sontaya Khunpluem (front
row center), was the guest of honor amongst a number of prominent business
people from Chiang Mai and Bangkok, during a recent dinner at Saen Kham
Terrace Lanna Restaurant, organized by “Priew Magazine”.
The judging committee, led by Ms Khanitha Srirat (right) the
director of Radio and Television station, TV Channel 11, Chiang Mai, is seen
considering work submitted to the local handicraft products contest,
representing the northern Thailand, to honor Her Majesty the Queen on her
birthday anniversary celebration on August 12. The winners of the contest were
awarded on July 4, at the Public Relations Department, Region 3 Chiang
A recent Rotary Club Chiang Mai West meeting was the
last opportunity for the outgoing Consul of India, Mathew Abraham, to join his
Rotarian friends in fellowship. Mathew and Shanti will be returning to Delhi
soon, where Mathew will take on a new challenge on the diplomatic playfield. In
his farewell address, Mathew pointed out how much he enjoyed the friendship with
the club’s members, and that he was privileged having been welcomed as an
honorary member of the club a few years ago. Mathew regretted that he, due to
lack of time, had not been a perfect Rotarian, compared to his father, who has
been very much involved in Rotary in a number of clubs back in India. He will,
however, remember the spirit, goodwill, and joyfulness of the club and all
members of the community he met, and promised to visit whenever his tight
schedule allows it.
AIS recently introduced their Mobile
Life, a new service in Chiang Mai. Suvit Arayavilaipong (5th from left), manager
of Advance Info Service Co., Ltd., recently held a press conference to introduce
the new services for northern users at a fair titled, “Awaken your Life by
mobile life” held at the Central Airport Plaza.
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