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December 16 - December 22, 2008



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Around Town

At the new Favola Restaurant we found Bob Lawlor, Chef Gustavo Maurelli and Mohamad Jesr (standing), with Rob Trombetta and Mike Anderson (seated).


Guests including Toby from Oasis (3rd left) enjoy a cocktail hour at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi.


Glamorous ‘ladies’, shown at the re-opening of AT-Niman Conceptual Home. Joe, the organiser of the event, said, “There may be a lot of trouble in Thailand – that’s why we party” - and party they did!


Guru Somock entertaining good friends at “Candlelight and World Cuisines” night at D2’s Moxie Restaurant.


The Kids Ark Foundation deliver sewing machines to a women’s village sewing cooperative.


Manit Sethi (left) and Veeraporn Sachdev (right) celebrate the opening of their new ‘Sivalai Village’ housing project on the new Sankaempaeng Road.


Members of Skal International, David Thomas, Annette Junigagon and Sarah Leelaphat are shown meeting with Uraiwan of the Dr. Sem Foundation.


“The Chiang Mai Network for the Needy” pictured during their December meeting at the home of Brian Doberstyn.


Cast members of the European Chamber Opera act out a scene from the classic Puccini opera La Boehme at the newly opened Le Meridien Chiang Rai.


Rachel (center) parties with friends on her wedding celebration party night at Tuskers Bar & Grill.


The Christmas party at Mi Casa Restaurant (right) was great fun for all.


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