Vol. IV No. 44 - Saturday October 29 - November 4, 2005
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SOCIAL SCENE

Friends of Bill Tanner (front left) gathered at La Bella Italia, one of the new Italian venues in Chiang Mai to renew old friendships and feast on delicious Italian food. (Clockwise, front to rear) Bill Tanner, Kong, Wan, Alan Allen, John Cooley, Amnoy, Sun, and Norm Robinson.

Kelly Thanapat (front, second from right), well-known Thai actor and MC, with a group of friends at the new venue The Glass Onion last Saturday. Owner Kris Lee (standing back) personally saw to it that the guests enjoyed the experience.

Dr. Chao Duang Duan Na Chiang Mai, president of Chiang Mai Provincial Culture Council, and Santichai Uaejongprasit, deputy governor of Tourism Product Department, Tourism Authority of Thailand, together with other officials attended a press conference of “4 Regions’ Art-Culture and Food Festival”, to be held later this year in Chiang Mai.

The executive staff of the Four Seasons Resort Mae Rim held a team-building exercise day at the Botanic Resort. (Seated first row) Rung-aroon Kumpalanuwat, sales manager; Teera Kaewmuang, front office manager; Wipaporn Mahachai, reservation manager; (second row) Chompunut Israsena Na Ayudhaya, director of marketing; Anothai Subhinnapong, chief concierge; Chutimon Kamchana, conference manager; Duenswang Suwaphrom, conference services / PR coordinator; Wannapa Piriyawat, sales manager; Pavana Kumcharean, training manager; (third row) Somsak Buakao, night manager; Decha Kaveechan, assistant banquet manager; Pornchai Sukrakanchana, chief security; and Vanicha Phaphoom, spa manager.

At Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai, the alumni of the Montfort College class of 2513 made merit for friends and teachers who passed away, as an act of remembrance.

Students from the American Pacific International School (APIS) learned how to Hip Hop from Mag (center), teacher of the Chiangmai Ballet Academy, actively supported by ML Preeyaphan Sridhavat, director of the Chiangmai Ballet Academy (2nd left).

Rattakarn Jumpaman, marketing and sales manager of AIS northern region (6th from left), along with Yuthachai Khamdee, manager of 45 Organizer Company (center), presented the 20 finalists of AIS mobile life Pretty Boy and Girl contest at Mo’C Mo’L Pub and Restaurant.

The Legend Boutique River Resort and Spa general manager, Marc Dumur welcomed Ketsafesawat Palakawonf Na Ayuthaya, presenter of Pew Pak TV program on Channel 3.


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