SOCIAL SCENE

Sala Abdullatif Al-Awadi, from Kuwait in “FCC Future Communication” enjoyed a seven day detoxification program at Ban Sabai Spa Village. (From left) Chitra Klanprayoon, owner of Ban Sabai Spa; Sala Abdullatif Al-Awadi, and Pavel Randa, GM of Ban Sabai Spa Village.

Chonthicha Thanasilp, sales manager of Amora Tapae Hotel Chiang Mai (Left) and Chatuporn Ratthalerngsak, sales officer (Right) introduced themselves to Chiangmai Mail on being promoted to new positions, shown here being welcomed by Nopniwat Krailerg, editor of Chiangmai Mail.

Reverend William Yoder officiated at the March 15 ceremonial placing of the new gymnasium cornerstone at Chiang Mai International School. Also shown are CMIS Board Chair, Heather Smith; Tawatchai Wongwatcharaumpon of Chiang Mai Wiang Ton Construction, Director Supaporn Yanasarn, PTG President Pam Cooper, and Student Council President, Brian Hazlett.

Dr. Chao Duang Duan Na Chiang Mai (2nd from right) and Khun Nit Wangwiwat, Canadian honorary consul in Chiang Mai (2nd from left) congratulating the S.P. Publishing Group for the Beach Instinct Grooming Party, joined by Sawat Phosoree (right) and Suphap Pluempreedee (left), two administrators of the company at their new office nearby Chiang Mai Gate.

Junnapong Saranak, TAT Northern Office Region 1 director and his wife congratulated THAI on their new office in Chiang Mai and were received by Kanchit Rieanthong, marketing manager from THAI (right).

Wanna Tanok (far right), Senior Marketing Executive, TAT Hong Kong, led a group of high profile trade companies from Hong Kong to inspect Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai. Welcoming the group was General Manager, Mark Bradford (second from right). (From left): Michelle Chu, Price Waterhouse Coopers Ltd; Christine Mok, General Manager – Corporate, Li & Fung (Trading); Rosa Chan, Finance Manager, Royal Bank of Scotland; Debby Chan, Farrington American Express; Stephen Cheng, Director, Head of Administration, American Express Private Bank; Isabella Kan, Vice President, Event Marketing, Lehman Brothers Asia.

88 year old German-Canadian Hermann Kleefisch and his wife of now almost six months Khun Ta (right and second from right) met with Fritz Toepper (left) for dinner and drinks to discuss matters of life and how to stay happy and healthy. Listening in were Sunisa and Joerg Eisenschmidt, the souls and proprietors of the German Restaurant ‘To Nobody’.