Vol. III No. 39 - Saturday September 25 - October 1 2004
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SOCIAL SCENE

Diethelm Keller SiberHegner (DKSH) Healthcare together with its partners and the Medical Faculty of Chiang Mai University Alumni announce a Charity Football Match on the 40th Anniversary of the Medical Faculty of Chiang Mai University. (From left) Dr. Boonchai Somboonsuk, deputy director general, Department of Medical Science; Associate Professor Dr. Yupa Sumitsawan of the Medical Faculty of Chiang Mai University Alumni, Assistant Prof. Dr. Siwaporn Chankrajang, president of Alumnus of Medical Faculty of Chiang Mai University; His Excellency Deputy Prime Minister Jaturon Chaysaeng, Charles Toomey, general manager, DKSH Healthcare; Pharmacist Taweesak Surapana, general manager, Eisai (Thailand) Marketing; and Apisit Chattananond of Cerebos.

Thereís always a reason for having a good glass of wine and even double reason when there is a birthday involved. (From left to right) Dot Delaney, Kovit Boonma (Hair Pro Chiang Mai), the irresistible Daeng and Lucas from Darling Wine Bar.

Chalermchart Nakarangkul, managing director of Denchai Trading welcomes Hans Ulrich Hansen, Pornsak Loondaporn, and Charuspong Jencharasakul, executives of Jepson and Jesse Zen Marketing (Thailand) during their business trip to Chiang Mai.

Wilfried Pauli, marketing and sales director from Schmidt Bangkok, and Master Baker Leo de Leijer from IREKS GmbH Kulmbach were in Chiang Mai looking at the pastry, bakery and confectionery market. (From left) Leo de Leijer, Wilfried Pauli, Joerg and Sunisa Eisenschmidt (To Nobody Restaurant) and staff from Bangkok.

The always-happy Chiang Mai Lunch Bunchers met at La Gondola Italian Restaurant for the usual exchange of news, a pleasant chat, and just a little bit of gossip. Check Chiangmai Mailís community happenings for the next meeting venue.

Arie J.M. de Keijzer, general manager of The Rydges Amora Tapae Chiangmai Hotel, welcomes an educational group tour from Voyageurs Associates from France on their familiarization trip to Chiang Mai.

The Amari Rincome Hotel welcomed a number of international dignitaries during the recent OTOP conference. (From left) the ministerial representative of Malawi, Chanin Sattayarom, H.E. Hussain Bangulzai, the Ambassador of Pakistan to Thailand; GM Wim Fagel, Minister of Trade and Private Sector Development of Malawi Mrs. Eunice Kazembe, next to an additional Malawi ministerial representative.

Members of the Zonta International Chiangmai visited the Red Cross Station #3, donating items such as clothing, reading glasses, and many other items.


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