Vol. IV No. 13 - Saturday March 26 - April 1. 2005
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SOCIAL SCENE

The Krisdadoi Chiangmai Aprime Resort sent a group of 80 staff to clean up garbage left on the Hangdong-Samoeng Road. The staff has been doing this once a year as a public service. For further information on Krisdadoi Chiangmai Aprime Resort visit website www.krisdadoi.com

(From left) Prof. Peter Agre, Nobel Laureate for Chemistry, Christian Grafschafter, exec. asst. to the chairman of the Peace Foundation and Deputy Prof. Thanun Anumanrajathan, vice president of foreign relations at CMU. Prof. Agre gave the last keynote address in the International Peace Foundation’s series “Bridges - Dialogues Towards a Culture of Peace.

Enjoying a cocktail reception were (from left to right) Kendall Cobb, director Acts Co, Pol. Sergeant Major Suranuch Srilaphet, Sub Inspector Pol. Captain Napatsawon Sripa, Pol. Sergeant. Major Wannida Wongchai, Alastair Connon KTTR, Jon Glendinning, British Council director Chiang Mai, Pol. Lt. Col. Inspector Kanokpun Roobkajorn, and Hillary Connon.

A happy couple who found each other through Just Thai Ladies. Lin and Brendan celebrate their engagement at the Imperial Resort in Mai Rim, pictured here with Nee and Paul and their son Brock from the ‘Just Thai Ladies’ team.

The management and staff of The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa surprised Asst. Managing Director Marc Dumur on his birthday.

(Right) Classic Touch, Tananan Willson Haute Couture, proudly presented David Wilson on the piano and tenor Antoine Garth to a relaxed audience at Gong Dee Studio on Friday, March 18. As always, it was a sold out affair.

Podjanee Thanawarawit, director general, Department of Insurance, with the team from the Disaster Insurance Association, at their recent seminar and training at The Empress Hotel.

Chez Gibus appears to be a favoured hang out for the French community in Chiang Mai, as the French invented being a gourmet. (From left) Romain, Jerome, Chris with Chef Alain and his wife.


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