The management team of the D2 Hotel in Chiang Mai, led by the
general manager Somock Inthavong, seated, first from left), and the
executive assistant manager Tarun Kalra, enjoying a “management
retreat” at the Kritsada Doi Resort, with the aim of enhancing
teamwork and leadership strategies.
Chaiyod Chantratitta, Director of the Fine Arts Museum watches Dr
Tanarak Pratsuwan (right), Vice President, Chiang Mai University,
open the ‘Art Thesis Exhibition’. The exhibition includes over 100
paintings, sculptures and photographs from graduates of Chiang Mai
University and is open for viewing until the end of March. The Fine
Arts Museum is located on the corner of Nimmanhaeminda Road and
Jazz Bands now play at Caffe Gourmet every Saturday evening
and Sunday lunchtimes to the delights of the diners.
Jon Glendinning, (right) Director of the British Council presided
over the opening of the ‘City Still’ exhibition at the Minimal
Art Gallery recently. With him in photo are CMU lecturer Assada
Porananond and artist Kitiya Kamdee. Events scheduled include the
screening of a music video entitled ‘Antenna’ on March 20 and ‘The
Best of Animation Awards’ on March 21.
Thana (seated centre), at one of his many farewell parties; this
time in Paradise. He is off to the Bangkok Hilton - not the
one with all those bars!
The Pub has gone to the Dogs! Care for Dogs and their friends chose
The Pub for a great breakfast.
“The Hot Chicks” performing at the UN Irish Pub on quiz
night. Leanne, Kerstin, Helen, Karen and Paige. On St Patrick’s
Night, March 17; The UN Irish Pub will have a buffet, bands,
including the Itinerants, and Blaney from 6 pm.
Skål met recently at the Tea Vana Hotel. From left front:
Yvonne, Ian Garritt, Sarah Leelaphat, Annette Kunigagon, Liz