Vol. II No. 52 Saturday December 27 2003 - January 2, 2004
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SOCIAL SCENE

Samarn Tiphibang, left, deputy general manager of the Empress Hotel, at the reception of the visit of Naruebordee Sasiprapha, “Kong”, 3rd from left, and former movie and TV star Lalitar Sasiprapha, Miew, 3rd from right, on the occasion of their touring and adventuring the Northern mountains during the cold season and staying at the hotel.

Orachorn Chanwiwattana, 3rd from left, the general manager of Central Airport Plaza, presents a basket of flowers to congratulate Rianthong Khunyosying, 3rd from right, who just opened the new GEOX shop at the first floor of the plaza.

Training course on renewal energy was recently organized by the Department of Renewable Energy Development and Conservation for those who responsible for the energy use at Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel which Sawas Hemkamol, the deputy director-general of the department presided over the opening ceremony.

Seen dining in style at Le Grand Lanna from left to right: Saroj Ratanavadi, MD Chiangmai Malting, M.L. Preeyapun Sridhavat, director of the Chiangmai Ballet Academy and hon. consul to Peru, and on the very right Nit Wangvivat, hon. consul to Canada.

The Rotary Club Chiangmai West had once again a very informative weekly meeting with guest speakers who taught them the basic understanding of cricket. Cricket is a sport which is becoming more and more famous with Thai youth in the northern area, who start to compete already on an international level, always depending on funds. From left to right: Patthamaporn “Awn”, Puttivat Poshyanonda, chairman of the Chiang Mai School Cricket Alliance and Rtn. Peter Dawson, the secretary of the CMSCA.

Celebrating their wedding reception held at Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel this week, were Miss Nongluck Kitisak, 3rd from right, a beautiful Chiang Rai girl, as the bride, and her Japanese groom Hiruko Arkira, 4th from left. They were congratulated and given the well wishes by their close friends and relatives.

 


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