SOCIAL SCENE

The Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and La Luna Gallery opened “Human Beings” - an art exhibition with paintings and sculptures by Thai artist Kasemsak Tranucharat. The essence of “Human Beings” is the presentation of man as an individual, as a spiritual being and as an ordinary man with his usual desires of love, hatred, greed, and obsession. The exhibition can be viewed daily until May 29 at Sala Mae Rim at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (From left) Kasemsak Tranucharat, Andrew W. Harrison, GM Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Titiya Chooto, resort manager and La Luna director, Sommai Lumdual.

Andres Rubio, general manager of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, presents a bouquet of flowers to Chariya “Jhim” Thana-wanawan, secretary of the general manager, on the occasion of her farewell.

Nobody does it better – a Teutonic meal at the German Restaurant was thoroughly enjoyed by (from left) Wanna Thomas, Aet and Nong Pim, Sun Subsaeng and David Thomas, while Chef Joerg looks delighted.

US Consul General Beatrice Camp (second right) and Orachorn Chanwiwattana (third right), general manager of Central Airport Plaza Chiang Mai, during the Earth Day exhibition.

Chiang Mai Governor Suwat Tantipat and Mom Luang Preeyapun Sridhavat, honorary consul for the Republic of Peru in Chiang Mai, welcome His Excellency Carlos Velasco Mendiola, ambassador of the Republic of Peru to Thailand and his wife, during this year’s Songkran celebrations.

Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, led by its president, Asst. Prof. Ruangdech Wonglah, celebrated the 55th anniversary of Their Majesties at the convention hall in Chiang Mai University.

While spending a weekend in Chiang Mai, Thailand’s popular pop band ‘Silly Fools’ decided to take ‘A trip around the world in 18 holes’ at Go Putt-Putt Crazy Golf at Chiang Mai Business Park. Shown here are Carmen Rademaker, managing director of Go Putt-Putt Crazy Golf and Rang from ‘Silly Fools’.