SOCIAL SCENE

‘Caught in the Act’. The daily sunset crowd at The Pub on Huey Kaew Road. (From left) George, Lorenz, Allen, Val, Neil, Dr. Rudi, and mein host Grahame Quinn.

Ms Amornrat Tangkitsombat has been appointed public relations officer for the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel. Ms. Amornrat (2nd left), Marina Subhananta, public relations and advertising manager (left), and Hathaikarn Manonam, public relations officer, visited Chiangmai Mail where they received a warm welcome from Phitsanu Thepthong (2nd right).

(From left) Daniel, the general manager of the ‘Chedi Phuket’, Hans Christensen, owner of The House, ‘Joon’ Patinya Srisuk, sales and marketing manager of Horeca Supply and Joe, general manager of The House, tasting the classic Australian Tyrrell’s wine at their wine dinner.

Lamphun’s first wine harvest from Dieter Geidt was celebrated in Chiang Mai. Chef and Restaurateur Joerg Eisenschmidt from To Nobody and Dieter Geidt are seen tasting the latest Pinot Noir.

Governor Suwat Tantipat and his wife hosted an official farewell party at the Saen Kham Terrace for (from left) American Consul General Eric Rubin and partner Nicole Simmons, and for David Hopkinson, British Honorary Consul and wife Djulianti, who will leave Chiang Mai at the end of this month.

An astrology birthday party with a fortuneteller and a tarot card reader was organized by Deborah Thompson. She celebrated her birthday with a birthday cake for Leos. Deborah (behind the candle) is a Leo who loves fun, is well organized, idealistic and has a knack for inspiring others.

President Preecha Wongsakul awarded a 4,000 baht scholarship to blind 17-year-old student Sukit, as part of the Rotary Club Chiangmai West’s Vocational Service program.