The luxurious complex beauty center, Make up Studio, was publicly set off on May 5 at the 2nd floor of Central Airport Plaza. Honored guest Chao Korkaew Prakaikawil na Chiang Mai (4th from left), presided over the ceremony.

Dr Sorachak Kasemsuwan (center), deputy minister of foreign affairs, accompanied by Prinya Panthong (left), deputy Chiang Mai governor, and deputy Chiang Mai governor Thongchai Wongrianthong (right), spent leisure time viewing APEC photographs after jointly presiding over the opening ceremony of “the Exhibition of APEC Photographs to Enhance the Prestige of His Majesty the King” at the G floor of Central Airport Plaza.

No, it is not one of the famous Boys Bands from Thailand but a happy group of graduating students who were celebrating at the Grand Nanta Ballroom of the Sheraton Chiang Mai. Alumni MC 43 of Monfort College in Chiang Mai made it!

Anuruth Worngwanitch, president of the British Dispensary (L.P.) Co., Ltd. presided over the official public announcement for Herbal Cool Toothpaste, a new Snake Brand product. The beautiful presenters, whose full smiles revealed their healthy teeth, would certainly make dentist visits easier.

Prakit Chin-amornphong (3rd from right), managing director of Mae Ping 1988 Co., Ltd. and Vorapong Muchaotai (2nd left), general manager of Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, last week hosted a “thank you” party and celebrated the official announcement of the hotel being promoted as a “4-star-hotel Imperial Mae Ping”, Chiang Mai. Hundreds of guests turned up to congratulate the hotel management, including from right to left: Ms Saengtien Mahawan, the managing director of Chiang Mai Travel Center Co., Ltd., Sangworn Santisuk, general manager of Chiangmai Hills Hotel, Prakit Charn Prathumin, the general manager of Pornping Tower Hotel, Vorapong, and Thanin Mahawan, general manager of Chiang Mai Travel Center Co., Ltd.

The Christian German School in Chiang Mai held yet another holy communion, starting with a friendly get together, followed by Pastor Bartel (with the guitar) performing the Eucharist and director of the CDSC, Fred Hartmann lending a helping hand.

What comes to your mind when you hear the word May? Spring, flowers, blossoms, change of weather, and of course weddings. The Empress is famous for its flower decorations and was the venue where Piyapong Panchaburi (right) and Nitchapat Arno (middle) held their reception for family and friends after the official ceremony was over. The over-the-moon newly-weds are seen here together with Kanog Suvannavisutr, general manager of the Empress Chiang Mai on Friday, May 14.