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June 23 - June 29, 2009



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Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawalee is pictured at the annual academic meeting of the Association of Medical Technologists of Thailand (AMTT) presenting the association’s 2009 ‘Excellent Medical Technician’ award to Ass. Prof. Yupa Euawijit-arun, a lecturer at the Clinical Immunology department of Khon Kaen University’s Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences. AMTT’s annual meeting was held recently at the Empress Hotel’s Conference Centre.


Guests at the Informal Northern Thailand Group’s recent meeting at Alliance Francaise, shown with James E Bogle, (left), the evening’s speaker on ‘18th - 20th Century Thai and other South East Asian Paintings of the Lord Buddha’.


Chef Andy Leong Siew Fyem, shown here with his students, after the Exclusive Master Chef class, ‘Cantonese Delicacies’, held recently at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi’s Fujian Restaurant.


‘Chiang Mai Mail’s editor Phitsanu Thepthong, (2nd left), presents a gift to Sarawut Sae Tiaw, (2nd right), director of the ‘Chiang Mai News’ and Santad Saksoong, the paper’s editor (right), during the grand celebration of the local daily newspaper’s 18th anniversary held June 14 at the Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel. The opening ceremony was presided over by Chiang Mai governor Amornphan Nimanant. On the left is Chiang Mai Mail news reporter, Siriporn Raweekoon.


Members and their guests gathered together June 17 at the Amari Rincome to hear a fascinating presentation of the Emotional Freedom Technique given by Jaz Goven, seated 2nd left.


The Dining Out Group, headed by Paul Schofield, spotted at a recent meeting at Mabuhay, Annie’s Filipino restaurant and cake shop.


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