Vol. VI No. 14 - Tuesday
May 29, - June 4, 2007
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HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]:

They went to the hop

ELLE & ELLE Chiang Mai roadshow

Vieng Ping children’s home get donation

They went to the hop

l/r Sineeporn, Karen, Cindy, Iwan, Suwannee and Noriko.

l/r Varaporn, Vinita, Ruth and Pilar enjoying the evening.

l/r Gina, June, Soonttree, Corinne and Esther at the Sock Hop.

Linda Ratchai
Let’s go to the Hop evening at the Park Hotel attracted over one hundred residents of Chiang Mai who danced the night away while raising funds under the Zonta Chiang Mai organization.
Proceeds from the successful event will benefit orphaned children, a long time project of the Zonta group.
Zonta International founded in 1919, is a global organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. It now covers 1,300 clubs connects over 45,000 Zontians in 70 countries around the world. The Zonta International in Thailand was founded by Lady Poonsup Noppawong Na Ayuddhaya in 1970. The Zonta International Chiang Mai was established in 1998 and has been running many projects. For more information call the club’s officer at Parker’s Shop: Tel. 0-5321-8377.

ELLE & ELLE Chiang Mai roadshow

Adirek Kijsaowapak of Eat Me shows how to bake a cake

Kulwit Laosuksri, ELLE editor talks about fashion trends.

Linda Ratchai
It’s the third time ELLE and ELLE Decoration magazines held a roadshow in Chiang Mai. This event was named “ELLE & ELLE Decoration Chiang Mai Roadshow 2007” and took place the 19th and 20th of May at Airport Central Plaza.

Benjawan Toedtoonkul, the Thai super model.
It began with a talk by Kulwit Laosuksri, ELLE Magazine’s editor-in-chief about the fashion trends this summer followed by a show of handbags by Thailand’s super models Rasee Watcharapholmek and Nitichai Yosamornsoontorn and a fashion show by Giordano and Zein.
On Sunday Rangsima Kasikranund, ELLE Decoration’s Editor-in-chief, spoke about trends in decorating and the event ended with a mini piano concert by Toe Saksit Vejsupaporn.

Vieng Ping children’s home get donation

Mr. Andrew Harrison, General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel in Chiang Mai hands over a check worth 60,000 baht to the children of Vieng Ping orphanage. The money was raised at a recent concert held at the hotel.

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