Vol. II No. 37 Saturday September 13 - September 19, 2003
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SOCIAL SCENE

Chiang Mai Governor Suwat Tantipat (center) presided over the foundation stone laying ceremony for the construction of the newly developed Wiang Chat Resort Hotel and Spa in Muang District, Chiang Mai on August 31. Many guests of honor also attended the ceremony.

They finally did it! Tom and Kitty got married. After 2 years of living together, they decided to make it an official registered ‘legal affair’. Tom, who used to run his own communication company in Hong Kong will from now on run a ‘Party Houseboat’ for private or social functions, just one hour away from Chiang Mai, which they called TK’s House Boat. Shown here, Tom and Kitty Delaney relaxing after the official ceremony with Mom Dot and Daddy Tom over a glass of wine and just chatting the night away.

Chiangmai Mail’s very own Norachai Prasertmanukitch, COB, recently gave a special speech about “Lanna Style - A Tradition lost?” at the regular meeting of the Rotary Club of Chiang Mai North. President Dr. Surapol Natakitkarnkul (left) hands a certificate of appreciation to Norachai, witnessed by Asst. District Governor Tawee Tapingkae.

Japanese Consul General in Chiang Mai, Chi-ki-u-ki Zu-su-ki (center), recently presided over the opening ceremony of the 6th Japanese exhibition, held by Rajabhat Institute of Chiang Mai in the promotion hall on the 2nd floor of Central Airport Plaza.

What are these 3 discussing? Beauty, haircuts or just looking at photos? Gowit Boonma, owner and stylist from ‘Hair Pro’ Saloon, his business partner Piyapong (Noom) and Darling’s very own Dang sitting in front of Darling Wine Bar on Huay Kaew Road, enjoying some glasses of wine.

Recently, the KCP Project for Children, organized by Kimberly - Clark Co., Ltd. Thailand, with cooperation from Thailand Supanimit Foundation, donated school bags and stationery to some 500 orphan students who had been infected by AIDS, and disadvantaged students. The presentation ceremony was organized at Khun Tan District conventional hall in Chiang Rai.

Rotarian CP Charin Adha-on-Ake (right) presents a basket of gifts to congratulate district governor, 3360 Vivat Sirijangkhapattana (left), who has been appointed as the new district governor during the installation ceremony held for the Phitsanulok Rotary Club in Phitsanulok Province.

Sir Worakit Kantakalang, the secretary-general of YMCA Chiang Mai (left), pinned flowers to Archan Michiko Nagai’s (right) lapel to mark the Japanese lecturer’s farewell party, held at the association’s International Hotel. Archan Michiko finished her term at the exchange program between YCMA Chiang Mai and YMCA Kobe, Japan.


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