Around Town

Piyapong Piyaponwiwat, (2nd right), advisor to the Galee Night Bazaar Co. Ltd., presenting a gift to Sutad Pluempanya, (2nd left), Director of the Royal Project, at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel on the occasion of the New Year. Also on the right is Khun Wilas Panyawong, manager of the Plaza, Chiang Mai, and on the left is Khun Pratya Pichaisat, Director of General Affairs at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel.

Wim Fagel, General Manager of the Amari Rincome, welcomed Abhisit Vejjajiva, leader of the Democrat Party, during his private visit to Chiang Mai.

Diana Manilova (seated) celebrated her birthday at Pasta Cafe with good friends; Gemma, Joyce, Marc, Jim, Amy, Johnny and Robert (l/r).

U.S. Consul General Michael Morrow prior to addressing the Chiang Mai Expat Club meeting at the Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel. Photographed with Jim Cox, Chris Hedges and Alan Hall.

On January 12, Dr Chao Duangduen na Chiengmai, chairperson of Chiang Mai Cultural Council accompanied by Mr. Yazuo Miyazaki, managing director of Siam Zokei Co. Ltd., is seen cutting a ribbon, marking the introduction and launching of the newly- built and luxurious condominium “Peaks Garden Chiangmai” on Changklan Road.

Jane, Steve, Jim and Ken (l/r) enjoying the cocktails at D2
at the Shell Fish and Fiesta event.

Joe, Al, Michael, Nienke, Mon and Phillip (l/r) celebrating Tuskers Bar and Grill’s first birthday weekend.

The Shell Fish and Fish Fiesta at D2 Hotel proved a success with Pim Suebsaeng and her family Valya, Sun, Pinot along with Vimonwan Engphaiboon (l/r).

Lots of beautiful ladies pose with bride to be Phanvisa Apirukchaichan, (centre, left), at the Hen Party at the House Restaurant.

The Quiz night at the Garden Bar was won by Mohamad, Tim, Klaus and Harry (l/r).

On January 15, Dr Supattra Suttilagsana, representative of the US Consulate in Chiang Mai, (r), is seen presenting a New Year gift to CMM representative Saksit Meesubkwang. Dr Supattra wished the Chiang Mai Mail staff a happy New Year.

An open air but modern style Senya Japanese Restaurant recently opened at Kalare Night Bazaar under the leadership of local entrepreneurs Chanpen E-Eda, Chakrin Maiwan and their Japanese partner Kenji Takegi. The restaurant originated in Tomisato City, Chiba Province, and serves menu such as Makei and California Roll. To book a table call 053 819 295.

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