Savas Rattakunjara, executive assistant manager of the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Resort, Chiang Mai, welcomed HE Andranik Margaryan, prime minister of the Republic of Armenia and Susanna Margaryan. The prime minister and his party visited Thailand as guests of the Thai Government.

Executive Secretary Patama Pongjitpak (Tum) spent almost 20 years with the Amari Rincome Hotel. Everyone regretted her leaving and Tum is seen here, amidst a number of colleagues, next to General Manager Wim Fagel.

Kanchorn Chansawang, chairman of the board of Chansawang Herbal Line, presents sport supplies to Wichan Jongratanawadit, officer of Chiang Mai municipality stadium, to help Chiang Mai youths playing sports.

The June Lunch Bunch had a big turn up at the Amari Rincome Hotel. Venue for the July Lunch Bunch is at The Duke’s Restaurant, and details will be announced in Chiangmai Mail Community Happenings.

The St. Florian Boys’ Choir, founded in 1071, gave an outstanding concert by 35 singers between the ages of 7-12 at the Somsawalee Building of Payap University. The choir is currently on its annual world tour.

TV actress Chalita (Nan) Fuengarom was welcomed with flowers by Marc Dumur, general manager of The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa.

Surachai Amnuaychai (front left) and his team from Bhubing Palace took part in a three day photography course held by famous photographer Visan Namkhang (back row, third from left) at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden.

The Chiang Mai Wedding Fair 2005, at Central Airport Plaza, was opened last weekend. (From right) Orachorn Chanwiwattana, general manager Central Airport Plaza; Kwanchai Wongnitikorn, Chiang Mai deputy governor; Dr. Chao Duang Duan Na Chiang Mai, and Nick Bauer, Imperial Mae Ping’s general manager.