Suphot Sithiwong (left), editorial director of What’s Now in Chiang Mai (Now Magazine), Danai Deerojanawong, (3rd from left) Better Way (Thailand) Co., pose with models at the grand opening of the magazine. The launch was held at Central Airport Plaza.

Orachorn Chantaravievattana (2nd right) hands Chiang Mai maps published by Central Airport Plaza to Chalermsak Suranant (2nd left) director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Northern office, Region 1, to distribute to tourists, Thais and foreigners, to support the growth of Chiang Mai tourism.

(From left) Ajarn Chaithawat Saowaphon, committee chairman of Doi Suthep Nature Center, CMU; Group Capt. Tawan Kangwanphong, vice president of Chiang Mai University Council, and Kwanchai Wongnitikorn, deputy Chiang Mai governor at the opening of the Center, built in honor of His Majesty the King.

At the Amari Rincome Hotel “Brown Derby” food promotion, local connoisseurs Albert Ambuehl, Marc Dumur, Chef Adrian O’Herlihy, Chanin Sattayarom (exec. asst. manager), Luxami Utaipol Dumur, and Nicki Prachensky (Siamese Traders) were spotted sampling the delicious items.

Li Yi Sheng (left) a Chinese portrait sculptor, gave one his sculptures to a guest (right) at the Chinese Art Fair, at Central Department Store, Chiang Mai.

A project management seminar at the Graduate School, CMU was addressed by Maung Aung (front row, center), retired project engineer, Asian Development Bank.

Group Capt. Wisurin Moonla, commander of Wing 41 based in Chiang Mai, recently assigned Squadron Leader Mayuree Yongsawai to lead 105 students and air force officers to visit the Police Cadet School in Sampran district of Nakhon Prathom province. Their visit was a part of the Ministry of Education’s literacy study tour project.