Chiang Mai welcomes new
Consul General from Japan
The Japanese Consul General Ms. Junko Yokota,
seated 2nd left with Dr Chao Duangduen na Chiangmai, center, and other
guests at the recent welcoming party.
The Japanese Consulate General in Chiang Mai recently hosted a reception to
welcome and introduce the new Consul General Ms. Junko Yokota.
Guests of honor at the welcome party held at The Consul General’s residence
Dr Chao Duangduen na Chiangmai, the Governor of Chiang Mai Wichai Srikwan,
the Governors of Uttaradit and Phrae, the US Consul General and the Chinese
Consul General in Chiang Mai among many others.
Thai students in Scotland gather at British Council
Andrew McRady welcoming
the guests with the sounds from his bagpipe.
The British Honorary
Consul Jon Glendinning, (second from right) with piper Andrew McRady,
(center) and guests during the Scottish alumni student gathering at the
Thai students and alumni who study or have studied in Scotland gathered
at the British Council on the 11th of May where they were welcomed by a
great performance of Mr. Andrew K. McRady, Assistant Principal of Nakorn
Payap International School who played the bagpipe followed by Mr. Jon
Glendinning, the Director of British Council Chiang Mai who gave the
Mr. Thanawat Tan Manathat, Principal liaison of the Thai Association
Students in Scotland (THiSL) said that there are many universities and
colleges in Scotland such as University of Edinburgh, St. Andrews
University, University of Dundee and The Glasgow School of Art where
there is much to gain as a foreign student.
“You won’t feel lonely there because we have a lot of activities” said
For more details on this alumni group please check their web site at
Talent competition in search of future stars
l/r Grit from TITS radio
106.5fm, Ou, General Manager JJ Markets and Kornwip from Paszo.
JJ Markets has teamed up with TITS 106.5 FM radio
station and Paszo Magazine as they search the city for future stars to
participate in their talent competition which begins June 9th and
continues through the grand final on December 4th.
The event proceeds will benefit His Majesty’s The Kings Foundation and
competitors will be heard on the radio as their performances will be
simulcast by TITS 106.5 FM.
The winner receives a trophy, 50,000 baht gift voucher from JJ Markets
or 30,000 baht cash and an invitation to perform at the Charity Rooftop
party on 12 January 2008.
To audition and for further enquires please contact 053-231520-5
Wing 41 Road now taking applications
Applications for windscreen passes and motorbike
decals to use the short cut through the military part of the airport are
now being accepted, 6 months earlier than ever before.
Drivers wanting to use the road from the airport to Suthep Road near the
Irrigation Canal have always had to wait until November to apply for 12
month passes to use the road, which effectively completes the circle of
the inner ring road.
To apply go to the Royal Thai Air Force security gate at the Suthep Road
end of the road (not the airport itself) and will be told (in Thai only)
how to apply. Foreigners must take their passports.
The RTAF have stated that in principle they will allow their land to be
used for the future completion of the ring road along a similar route,
but no timescale has been given.
The Yale Spizzwinks perform tonight
The U.S. Consulate General Chiangmai and Payap
University present “An Evening of Music” with The Yale Spizzwinks
tonight at 7:30pm at the Luce Chapel, Payap University (Mae Kao Campus).
Admission is free.
For more information, please contact the Department of Music at Payap
University at Tel. 053-248-037
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