HRH Princess Ubolratana celebrated Loy
Krathong 2004 at The House of Palm in Chiang Mai, where she was
the guest of honor at a gala dinner given by the Northern Police
department. Khun Montri and his wife Tim presented delicacies from
southern Thai cuisine. Princess Ubolratana released her hot air balloon
in the spectacular House of Palm gardens.
Jintana Phantufak (4th
left), director of Public Relations Department (PRD), Region 3, Chiang Mai
Office; Chiang Mai Governor Suwat Tantipat (2nd
right) and American Consul-General Beatrice Camp (4th
right) at the Chulalongkorn Day ceremony in front of Chiang Mai City
Despite heavy rain, the mood was excellent at
the Chiang Mai and North Travel Show earlier this week. Although the party had
to be relocated from the outside party area of the Dhara Dhevi into
covered areas, everyone thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
Army Commander, Lt Gen Picharnmeth Muangmanee (right), Deputy Governor Kwanchai
Wongrianthong (left), and Asst Prof Ruengdech Wonglar (middle), rector of Chiang
Mai Rajabhat University, listen to the Mahachart Lanna Sermon to honor Her
Majesty the Queen’s 72nd Birthday
at Loke Molee Temple.
Chuchoke Tongtaluang, head of Chiang Mai
Provincial Public Relation Office, received 5,000 origami birds from
Prathanar Manakij, head of Dairy Farming Promotion Organization of Thailand,
Upper Northern region to be delivered to Thai fellows in the south of Thailand.
Chiang Mai staff and volunteers gathered at the Y.M.C.A. Meng Rai Rassamee
room to call for peace in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand.
Always on the lookout for good food and wines
are (from right) David Thomas, Sun and Att Subsaeng and their daughter Nong Pim,
spotted at Fillmore East.
Zonta Club members who will be moving on were
farewelled at the Amari Rincome Hotel. (From left) Past President
Margaret Badhunzong, President Elect Daranee Parker, Cheryl Keegan from Prem
Tinsulanonda International School who will move to Fiji, Zonta President Hope
Watcharaprecha and Ginny Link who will return to the USA.
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