Savas Rattakunjara (first on
the left), executive assistant manager of the Mandarin Oriental Dhara
Dhevi, recently welcomed a Russian familiarization group who visited
Chiang Mai in order to promote this fascinating destination to the top
market in Russia.
Prawit Janyasittikul, senior vice
president marketing of Central Pattana Co Ltd, Orachorn Janwiwatthana, GM
of the Central Airport Plaza, Siri Udomrittikul, group and
editorial director of ELLE & ELLE Decoration, Naruemon Panthong, the
wife of Chiang Mai’s vice governor, joined Dr. Chao Duang Temduang.
presiding over the recent ELLE & ELLE Decoration Chiang Mai festivities.
US Consul General Bea Camp
couldn’t skate through another birthday without lots of sweets and best wishes
from her colleagues at the American Consulate and had a well deserved birthday
break before the next floods hit the area.
The Glass Onion Restaurant and Bar on
Nimmanhaeminda Road is about to become one of the hottest venues in town,
catering for the distinguished customers by providing delicious food, excellent
wines, and superior service. Seen here are (from left) proprietor Chris Lee
and Joe from Panna Traditional Health Massage, as well as Mot
and Naen surrounding ELITE Model Daisy.
officers Sutthichok Linprasert (left) and Mike Hock (right) met
new RELO George Wilcox and assistant CAO Laura Cansicio at a US
Embassy reception in the Conrad Hotel, Bangkok.
Col. Pairat Wiruhayan, deputy
commissioner of Pha Muang Task Force, and his team presented medicine and
supplies to Waat Srijandorn, president of Jitpakdee School which
is located in the Islamic community at Tambon Wat Ket in Muang, Chiang Mai. The
school was affected heavily by the recent floods.
Showing friends and first time visitors from
Bali where residents get their share of fresh smoked salmon, pork knuckles and
various other goodies at To Nobody. Seated - left to right: John
Morgan, John Batterbee (visiting from Bali, but originally from
Australia), John Cooley, Amnoy. Standing - left to right: Tom
Sexton, John Wright, Kadek (visiting from Bali), chef Joerg
Eisenschmidt, Steve Yarnold and Wan. The guests from Bali were
very impressed with the warm hospitality of what they called “the small
community” of Chiang Mai, and promised to be back very soon.
(Left) Scott and Maggie Hansen
got to welcome their baby boy into the world on September 26 at 3:28 p.m.
weighing in at 7 pounds. Lucas Alexander Flynn Hansen made his opening
remarks at Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok. After being stopped by a policeman on
the way to the hospital, the taxi driver got them there with plenty of time to
spare —so Scott and Maggie had all day at the hospital before Lucas arrived.
The little guy reportedly doesn’t cry very much, has brown hair and blue eyes,
big hands and big feet — and is the most beautiful thing his parents have ever
seen. Mother and father are ecstatic.
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