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SOCIAL SCENE

Saral Tantichamnong, general manager of Central Airport Plaza Department Store and his staff gave an oath of allegiance on the occasion HM the King celebrating the 60th anniversary of accession to the throne and expressed loyalty to HM the King Bhumibol Adulyadej in front of the office of Provincial Police Bureau Region 5. Pol. Lt. Gen. Panupong Singhara Na Ayuthaya, Commissioner of Provincial Police Bureau Region 5 was honored join them.

Varee Chiangmai School paid homage on June 8 to HM the King celebrating the 60th anniversary of accession to the throne with many Thai and foreign teachers and students.

The management of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai, hosted a welcome dinner in the Royal Lanna style for HRH Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Thai Restaurant “Le Grand Lanna” during his private visit to Chiang Mai recently. (from left) Mark Bradford General Manager, HRH Prince Albert II of Monaco, Chollada Suwanmongkol, owner of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Namprao Suwanmongkol and Siraveth Sukhanetr, son of Dr. Sribhum Sukhanetr, Honorary Consul of Monaco.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yongyuth Srikiawfan from the Faculty of Agricultural Products, Maejo University, as a coordinator of the student exchange program between Maejo University and Kentucky University, U.S., brought 3 students from Kentucky University; Angela B. Wilson, Nutrient Department, Cristina Brady, Agricultural Economics Department, and Allison Timaji, Tourism Department to meet Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thep Phongparnich, president of Maejo University at the commencement of their two months at Maejo University.

Prapahan Ploysangngam (3rd from the left), Regional Director of CenCar Ltd. with the representatives from CenCar Ltd. recently sent food and drink aid worth 1,000,000 baht as disaster relief to the flood victims in the North.

Contract singing ceremony between Micros-Fidelio (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and Meritus Chiang Mai Riverside Spa and Resort held on June 17, 2006 at The Chedi Hotel. (From left) Weerapan Intasorn, Director of Sales & Marketing of Micros-Fidelio (Thailand)Co., Ltd., Tiamtanong Asvaraksh, Managing Director of Micros-Fidelio (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Boonlert Buranupakorn, managing director of Meritus Chiang Mai Riverside Spa and Resort, Worapong Moochaotai, Asst. managing director of Meritus Chiang Mai Riverside Spa and Resort, and Marc H. Dumur, general manager of Meritus Hotel.

Nicole Mahung from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio and Diana Colon from Herbert H. Lehman College (City University on New York) in New York, USA, Bachelor degree students in the Minority International Research Program meet with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wipada Kunnawiktikul, (center) Dean of Faculty of Nursing at Office of Chiang Mai University discussing the 8 week field trip for research on AIDS/HIV and for Women Health at Faculty of Nursing.

 
 


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