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SOCIAL SCENE

A huge wedding reception took place when Roy Hudson, one of the oldest foreign residents of Chiang Mai, celebrated his daughters wedding.
Amanda and Gordon had an elegant dinner celebration at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mae Rim. Among many other guests are seen here from left to right Ian Munro, Ann Munro, Gordon and Amanda Munro (nee Hudson), Pat Shaw, John Shaw, Pim Kemasingki, Dean Henderson, Eric Hudson.

Prof. Gerd Mutz (2 from right) and Nicola Benda (right) from Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany, met Assoc. Prof. Thanan Anumanratchathon, Vice-president for Foreign Relations of Chiang Mai University (2nd from left), to exchange ideas on academic issues.

Prawit Janyasittikul, senior Vice President Marketing (2nd from right) together with Orachorn Janwiwattana, general manager of the Central Airport Plaza (2nd from left) and Pornthep Uttakitpaisarn (right), presented warm coats to Suwat Tantipat, Chiang Mai Governor, and Boonlert Buranupakorn, Chiang Mai mayor, for distribution among people who live in remote areas.

A promotional photo session for the TAT Magazine to promote Thai Spa industry in Chiang Mai took place at Ban Sabai Spa Village, with owner Chitra Klanprayoon (center), and Narumol Chomdok (second right) and her team.

The Riverside Bar and Restaurant celebrated its 22nd anniversary, and the house was rocking on February 18, 2006. Pascal Pidoux, the manager of the restaurant (standing), welcomed all guests and well-wishers personally.

Bann Tazala, one of the newest Boutique Hotels in town, opposite Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Resort, celebrated their official opening with a very special birthday. Michael Vogt presents flowers to Khun Saensuk Suebsang upon her birthday, as well as to owner Sun Suebsang for the great achievement of making one of the smallest, but most luxurious hotels in town.

A diplomatic Valentineís dinner took was hosted by German Hon. Consul Hagen Dirksen and his wife Wanpen at Saen Kham Terrace. (Back row from left) Dr. Hans Penth, Thomas Baude, Jon Glendinning, Hagen Dirksen and Nit Wangviwat, as well as (front from left) Mrs Penth, Superjee Nilewon, Wanpen Dirksen, Penphan Wangviwat and Tamiko Shinohara.

ML Preeyapun Sridhavat (centre), Honorary Consul of the Republic of Peru in Chiang Mai, and Mark Bradford (right), General Manager of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Resort, welcomed The First Lady of the Republic of Peru, Dr. Eliane Karp Toledo (3rd right) at the resortís Chinese restaurant, Fujian, during a visit to Thailand, together with Peruvian Ambassador Carlos Velasco and his wife (2nd left and 2nd right).

 


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