The Rotary Club of Chiang Mai Thin Thai Ngam Club on June 25, held
its “Farewell & Welcome” for the outgoing president, Piamsuk
Chantarat, left, and succeeding president Dr Ratree Pimphan, 7th
left, at the Park Hotel in Chiang Mai.
Dr Hans W.van Santen, the head of the Embassy of the Netherlands’
economic department and deputy head of the Embassy’s economic
mission, last Wednesday hosted a dinner reception at Le Meridian
for business people, entrepreneurs and NGO’s. His guests of honour
included the German honorary consul Hagen Dirkson, left.
Sehapan Chumsai na Ayutthaya, (3rd right, font row) vice president
of Nok Air, shown with his media group checking in at Le Meridien
for an inspection tour of Chiang Mai tourist attractions. Welcoming
him was the hotel’s manager, Ursula Schoefl, (centre), with her
staff, Siriyanee Chai-ongkarn, (left), and Jirapa Chankitisakoon
US Consul General Michael Morrow, (2nd right),
pictured at the consular reception to celebrate Independence Day
held at the US Consulate on July 1. With him, from left, are
Mrs. Thomas Baude, wife of the French Consul, Chiang Mai governor
Amornphan Nimanant, and the Japanese Consul General, JunkoYokata.
The Amari Rincome’s GM, Wim Fagel, pictured presenting a 5,000 baht
scholarship to Sgt. Jumpol Khoonnam, a teacher from Chiang Mai’s
Royal Border Police Benjama1 School. Students from various Chiang
Mai schools entered their paintings for a competition held as part
of the Amari Hotels & Resorts’ charity project, ‘Baht for a