Vol. III No. 41 - Saturday October9 - October 15 2004
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SOCIAL SCENE

Last week, the Chiang Mai Provincial District Court held a merit making ceremony for its new district court offices at the Suandek intersection, Chiang Mai. Buddhist monks gave their blessings to the new offices and staff.

After her appointment as the new US consul-general in Chiang Mai, Beatrice Camp (left) called on Jintana Phanthufak, the director of public relations department, Region 3, Chiang Mai, to exchange views and create a close relationship.

The National Police Monitoring Committee known as KTTR (Korr-Torr-Torr-Rorr) opened new offices last Wednesday. (KTTR is a government agency with the powers to monitor the police and bridge any gap between the people and the various police agencies.) The new offices at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok were officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister Chavalit and Acting Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police General Soontorn Saikwan, plus members of the senior committee, as well as committee member Alastair Connon (front row, second left), who is the foreign liaison attending from Chiang Mai.

Amari Rincome’s executive chef Adrian O’Herlihy, soon to depart to Beijing, PRC, is seen here with, David, Frank, and Marion after the recent German National Day celebration at La Gritta.

(Left) Deputy Chiang Mai governor Prinya Panthong (left) presents a souvenir to Khanittha Srirat, the director of TV Channel 11 on the occasion of her retirement from government services, at a farewell party at the Channel 11 office.

A meeting of the management of Cotto was held at The River House Resort and Spa in Chiang Rai, to decide on the marketing strategy to meet the five billion baht target for the year 2005.

Chakrit Sansai (center), head of the community radio FM 102 MHz and Suree Boonnak (right), manager of All Style Music and Media Group held a party to thank their fans, DJ’s, sponsors and press at Inter Mini Golf.

160 participants from 43 different countries enjoyed themselves at the recent International Labour Organization (ILO) Conference at the Rydges Amora Hotel.


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