Make Chiangmai Mail | your Homepage | Bookmark

Chiangmai 's First English Language Newspaper

Pattaya Blatt | Pattaya Mail | Pattaya Mail TV

 
 

Around Town

 

 

Vorarat Charoonsmith, Director of Marketing (4th from right) and Sansiri Yodmuangcharoen (2nd from right) Senior Product Manager from Thai Beverage (Public Company) join in a group photo with renowned Thai musicians who attended and performed at the Sangsom Move a Bar 2013 at Kad Choeng Doi Chiang Mai on February 9, 2013.


Peter A. Schnyder, Area General Manager Imperial Mae Ping Hotel Chiang Mai (left) celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, Chiang Mai, with Dr. Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai, President of Chiang Mai Cultural Council (2nd left), Gen. Jane Keretaweep (3rd left), Wisoot Buachoom Director of TAT Chiang Mai Office (4th right), together with VIP guests and staff who offered their congratulations at the party held on February 19, 2013.


Neil Robinson, pub quiz extraordinaire, wins the annual prize for Overall Winner of 2012 for most pub quizzes won in a year at the Garden Bar’s monthly quiz night on February 13, 2013 at the The Garden Bar Lotus Hotel on Viangbua Road. Mohamad Jesr presents a bouquet of flowers, a bottle of wine, plaque and trophy to Neil for his big win. The quiz takes place mid-month. More details here: http://lotus-hotel.com/garden-bar/. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Mom Luang Nantika Varavarn (4th from left), Deputy Director of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at Bangkok Airways Co., Ltd. sponsored the Bangkok Airways Media Party where she welcomed Chiang Mai media and Wisoot Buachoom (middle) Director of TAT Chiang Mai Office at the Wine Lover on Nimmanhaemin Soi 13 on February 11, 2013.


Georgetown University student Phantila Phataraprasit, daughter of Asian Oasis founder, Chananya Phataraparit, returned home to Thailand for the holidays and got right to work putting smiles on the faces of children in the remote hilltribe community of Kiew Karn village in Chiang Rai. Phantila began writing the children’s book when she was a 16 year old high school student in America, collaborating with Yeoh Siew Hoon, Editor and Founder of Web In Travel. The Story of Baitong and Boon tells the story of a special friendship between an elephant and a boy deep in the forests of northern Thailand. Proceeds from the sale of The Story of Baitong & Boon go towards the Himmapaan Foundation (Thailand) whose purpose is to encourage travellers and the travel industry to take part in activities to restore or improve the quality of life of local people, either through environmental and community work or educational projects. Asian Oasis is coordinating the distribution of the book to children throughout Northern Thailand with the help of guests and team members from Lisu Lodge, Khum Lanna Lodge and Lanjia Lodge with a “Buy One-Give One” project.
 


Planning a special event, anniversary,
party or get together?
Let Chiang Mai Mail help you make it extra special.
Our Around Town photographer might be able to come and take a photo.
You can also send in photographs of special occasions along with a caption
and we’ll be happy to publish them.
E-mail: [email protected]
Contact [email protected]