A simple birthday party for Tienchai Sooktiang, director
of Voice Studio, turned into a costume party in the romantic setting of the
(from left) Pimon Lekphet (Ken), PR Voice Studio Entertainment; Marion Vogt,
Chiangmai Mail; Ajarn Tienchai and Anchalee Kalmapijit, Operation Director
Maesa Elephant Camp.
Indian tents, staff dressed in Indian costumes, friends
wearing embroidered saris with bangles on arms and legs and male friends
resembling maharajas waited in the garden, illuminated by hundreds of
candles and blossoms.
Tienchai was almost overwhelmed by this sight on his
arrival, and the dramatically arranged buffet was laden heavily with golden
plates, fruits and tasty Thai and Indian food. But the biggest surprise came
when a group of Ajarn Tienchaiís students appeared and performed dramatic
Pim Nara, owner of Nara Restaurant and her staff staged an authentic
out the candles. Almost unrecognizable on the right is Pim Nara as an Indian
Beauty next to Ajarn Tienchai
beware. The Chiang Mai Dancers are doing the head-wobble!