Dharaniphiphat Co Ltd., led by
Jaruporn Boonaursoontorn (2nd from right), finance and accounting
manager and Sarapee Lawwisek (right), internal auditor, recently
presented ‘Aura’ natural mineral water to Col. Taweechai
Kritacheewin (2nd from right), Civil Affairs Division director of the
First Army Area as part of HM the King’s birthday celebration. ‘Aura’
natural mineral water, which has been certified by the Japanese Food
Hygiene Association and shows similar mineral properties to Evian or
Valvert, was distributed to volunteers during the parade at Sanam Luang
during his Majesty the King’s birthday.
Chiang Mai International School celebrated
its 50th Anniversary with a reunion of more than 150 former students and friends
Darling Wine Bar and Pub was the
happening place for a mixed crowd in a good mood again during the holiday
season. Seen here from left: Robert, an English professor currently stationed in
Japan, Howard C. Graves Jr., well known art lover in Chiang Mai, Desiree Vogt
from Bangkok and Adrian o’Herlihy, the Irish chef of Amari Rincome Hotel.
Ms Phitardlak Chaichanasophon, a service
center member at the International Hotel, YMCA Chiang Mai (left), and Ms
Pataradon Aroonsumran (right), the marketing officer, dropped by the Chiangmai
Mail offices to say Happy New Year 2004 to CMM staff. On hand to welcome
them and give them best wishes for growth and prosperity is CMM editor Phitsanu
Kulphakdeesighvorn (left), arm in arm with Sasithorn Srimunjanta (right),
performing their once in a life time wedding ceremony, are seen cutting a
wedding cake at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, Chiang Mai after a long
journey of puppy love. Many relatives, friends and guests of honor flooded into
the imperial grand hall to wish them well.
most outstanding staff award at Novotel Hotel Chiang Mai was presented to
Kittipong Wongwan (third left, front row), from the Food & Beverage
Department and Surachai Kwangpan (second right) from the Mechanical Department,
by Scott Ong, general manager (center) who presented the certificates and prizes
to encourage them to continue their good work in the future. The presentation
was made at Garden Terrace, Novotel Hotel Chiang Mai.
The Watananun family and friends of Jaliang
Collections and ceramics were seen having a family outing at the new “Dalaabaa”
Bar and Restaurant, opposite the British Council, after the New Year’s
holidays. 2nd from left is Narisa C. Watananun, the talented saxophone
obsessed woman who spent her Christmas holidays in Chiang Mai.
Philardlak Chaichanasophon (right, wearing red hat), a service
center member at the YMCA Association, Chiang Mai organized a charity
project named “YMCA Relieves the Cold” which donated clothes and
textbooks from YMCA members and parents to students from Benjama II (Ban Namru)
School, Chiang Dao district Chiang Mai through Theerayuth Boonthong (2nd left),
the school director.
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