Chiang Mai Chess Club members, shown concentrating on their games at
The Pub on Huay Kaew Road. The club meets every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Recently, Daniel Pittman from the U.S. and Praditphong
(Picko)Aphirattikul, Chiang Mai resident, entertained friends with a
dinner at the Amari Rincome. Pictured are (l-r), Sid
Richardson, Rebecca Lomax, Picko, Frank Weicks and Daniel.
Supporters of the British military tradition gathered at the Olde
Bell Pub on June 27 to celebrate British Army day. Pictured (l-r),
are Anne Thompson, Glenn Croston, Derek, Pedr, ‘mine host’, Joy and
Richard Prouse, and Anne’s husband Denis.The Chiang Mai chapter of
the Royal British Legion meets at the Olde Bell on the 1st Wednesday
of every month...non-combatants also welcome!
Chiang Mai Mail’s editor Phitsanu Thepthong,
(seated centre), hosted a dinner on July 15 for family members,
friends, and CMM staff to celebrate his birthday. He’s not saying
Chiang Mai Mail’s MD Pratheep Malhotra, right,
held a birthday party for Chutathip Mahaphaisan, (2nd right), the
CMM sales and marketing manager, at the paper’s offices recently.
Joining in wishing her well were the CMM staff.
The Lunch Bunch’s chosen venue for their July
meet was the charming Tamarind Village resort in the old city. A
large turnout enjoyed delicious Thai food and good conversation with
friends. On this occasion, the hostess was Margaret Bhadungzong.