Vol. IV No. 28 - Saturday July 9 - July 15, 2005
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SOCIAL SCENE

More than 100,000 people visited the United OTOP Fair from northeast to the north held at Tesco Lotus Kamtieng. The opening ceremony was presided over by Thongchai Wongrianthong, Chiang Mai deputy governor.

Sutthitham Jirathiwat, board of director at Central Pattana presided over the grand opening ceremony of the Tom Laycut outlet on the third floor of Central Airport Plaza Department Store.

Members of the Chiang Mai Book Club met at Buonissimo Italian Delicatessen and Restaurant to indulge in poetic writings and real Italian food and good wines. Proprietor Sergio (left) was on hand to ensure everything was perfect.

Niyom Phanich Co opened its newest showroom and a new Chiang Mai landmark to the public. Paiboon Waiquamdee, executive vice president Toyota Motor Thailand (second left), presented the latest Toyota model, the Fortuner, as Suthipong Chindasilp (third left), and Chiang Mai Governor Suwat Tantipat stood by.

General manager Nick Bauer led the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel’s soccer team to a two all draw against Thai Air DO team at the CMU soccer field.

The opening of the ‘How to become more professional’ photo course and exhibition at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden had 37 amateurs who joined the lecturers. The exhibition can be seen until July 30, daily at the Botanic Garden.

Amazing Sandwich 3 had VIP clients to taste their delicious sandwiches and burgers. (From left) Dararat (Oy) Shinawatra, Hon. French Consul Thomas Baude and his wife Chamaiphan, Japanese Consul General Katsuhiro Shinohara and his wife Tamiko, and the owner of Amazing 3, Thomas. Amazing Sandwich 3 is situated in the gardens of the newly opened Sompetch Place Shopping Arcade.

A great Sunday night out at To Nobody Restaurant with German food and some authentic ‘Schnaps’ was had by (from left) Mr. Nobody, Chef Joerg Eisenschmidt with Callie, Juergen, Amy, Royanne, Barbara and little Anna.


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