Thailandís PM Thaksin Shinawatra
welcomed Collin Powell, former US Secretary of State upon his
arrival at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai,
overseen by GM Patrick-Denis Finet. Powell was invited to
Thailand to attend the 14th
Annual Asia Leadership Forum in Bangkok before stopping in Chiang Mai
for some relaxation.
Panupong Sakdathorn, CEO of Niyom
Phanich Co., Ltd. and Supajee Suthampan, MD of IBM Co., Ltd.
(Thailand) jointly held a press conference titled: ďIT Strategy to Address
Business ChallengesĒ between both companies at the Niyom Phanich head office.
Three of the four original students who got
together once a week to paint watercolors seven years ago. The students (in the
center, from left to right) are Linda Vidhayasirinun, Lindy
Santitharangkul and Sirinan Chindasilpa. At far left is Ajarn
Auxchanok Chirakul and at right is Ajarn Serm Watcharin, the
groupís first two teachers. Sirinan has opened Gallery Panisa, making
the class open to additional students. This is the second showing of the
studentís work, showcasing the work of 24 students and teachers.
Mayor Boonlert Buranupakorn
handed out tokens of appreciation to Chiang Mai citizens who gave up part of
their property to make a public park on behalf of PM Thaksin Shinawatra. (From
left) Deputy Mayor Pornchai Jitnavasathien, Sub. Lt. Boonyuen Sonsuwan
and Kanjana Suwannarat, Mayor Boonlert Buranupakorn and Pattareeya
(Patricia) Thippayasem, MD of Sunrise Bay Co.
and Michael, another happy couple who met each other through Just
Thai Ladies, celebrated their wedding at the Khum Khantoke Palace Chiang
Mai and an evening reception at the Amari Rincome Hotel. Seen here
are Duan and Michael, Nee and Paul from Just Thai Ladies (right of
picture) and guests.
the Drawl, Yíall. Charter members of the Drawl Club recently gathered at the
home of John Cooley to compare memories of growing up in the Deep South
of the United States. (Left to right) Bernard Garwood, Galen Garwood,
John Cooley, Tony Burke, Becky Lomax and Frank Weicks
enjoyed shrimp remoulade and seafood gumbo and shared fond memories of their
southern American childhoods.
Thianchai Sookthiang, director of the Voice
Studio Chiang Mai, congratulates tap dance students, Dance and Drama major
of Voice Studio, as they received the second honor degree after an examination
by the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing.
The Faculty of Fine Arts,
Chiang Mai University, has the One By One Work of Art
exhibition until June 30 at Chiang Mai Art and Culture Center.
This exhibition gathers 209 works from lecturers and students of
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