Chiang Mai University Mass Communication Alumni Association led by Nongnart Harnwilai (6th right), president of the association, accompanied by MCs Chorphakar Wiriyanont (middle, back row) and Sattawimol Worakul (5th right) and other club’s members celebrated the 40th anniversary of CMU.

American Pacific International School reached out to the community with their booth at the IT Fair in the Chiang Mai University Convention Hall. (From left) Kathryn Phillips, the admissions and marketing development director together with Chutima Sangkampa, the admissions officer and Rujiman Puntanang from the kindergarten class.

Chiangmai Mail management and staff held a merit making celemony celebration presided over by neighbouring Wat Papaeng’s head monk, who has been living there for the past 60 years.

Arctica features open air dining for those who want to sip cocktails or enjoy a chilly cold season evening meal. Nightly live DJs from Asia, USA and Europe. Three of the owners (from left) Daf, Ae (Sansoern) and Jeff, getting ready for a good luck Khom Loi.

Alois, the newest German restaurant in town has already established a regular crowd which enjoys authentic Bavarian cuisine and “Gemuetlichkeit”, a word synonymous with the traditional German lifestyle.

Viparaporn (Noi) from the Maesa Elephant Camp welcomes back Dr. Janine L. Brown, a reproductive physiologist and elephant reproductive adviser from Canada. This time, Janine brought her family plus some research assistants from CMU to look at the nursery, and the two fast growing mischievous little elephant babies.

Caught playing Santa were the organizers of the Rejoice Christmas Children Party (for children affected by HIV) on Saturday December 11 at ‘The Pub’ on Huay Kaew Road. They are already wrapping toys, but need help and support so every child receives their personal gift. Donations in form of toys or cash (to buy toys and medication) are now being taken and can be left with Grahame at the ‘The Pub’. Every little bit helps. Call Dot on 0 1671 1638 for more details.