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XII No.9 - Sunday May 5 - Saturday May 18, 2013


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Rotary ThinThaiNgam held a “Dam Hua Ceremony” at their weekly Rotary club meeting of at Grandview Hotel on April 18, 2013. They were joined by their elder brothers (Rotarians) who helped Chiang Mai ThinThaiNgam start out to celebrate what is now their 20th anniversary. Charter President Prapin Karchai joined the group, she started the first women’s lunch for the Rotary Club 20 years ago with 31 members and the club is still going strong with 33 members.


The Swiss Lanna Society meets weekly at Why Not Restaurant on Nimmanhaemin Soi 11. Swiss residents meet to chat and dine every Wednesday. The Swiss Lanna Society was founded last year to give the growing number of Swiss expats residing in the North a chance to get together. Here the ladies of the Swiss Lanna Society at one of the dinners. For more information see their website: www.swiss-lanna-society.com.


House of Praise held their annual ANZAC day memorial on Thursday, April 25, 2013. ANZAC Day is a national holiday in Australia and New Zealand and is held to remember those who served and died in the armed forces and to honor their contributions and suffering. Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the first campaign that led to major casualties for Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. From left to right: Phil Lord, Shayne Rochfort, David McKechnie, House of Praise volunteers who assisted in organizing the memorial service. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Le Beaulieu Restaurant celebrated their 2nd anniversary on Friday, April 26, 2013. Here the owner Chalaluck Bunnag (far right) is joined by (from left) Pawalee, Pim, George, Julie, John and Dominque. The evening was a great success as fans of the fine French restaurant located in Chiang Mai Land turned out en masse for the celebration. Le Beaulieu was first established in Bangkok and the owners decided to open a new restaurant in Chiang Mai as well. Additionally, the Hill Lodge in Ban Pong serves the same delicious French food as the one in town. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Skål International for Chiang Mai and the North held their monthly meeting at the Fujian Restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi on Thursday, April 25, 2013. Chinese Consul Liang Lin spoke on Chinese tourism at the meeting and subsequent dinner. Skål holds monthly meetings and dinners with a different speaker focusing on important travel and tourism issues. The next meeting will be held on June 1 at the Legend Chiang Rai Resort in Chiang Rai. Further details online at http://skalchiangmai.com/. (Photo courtesy of Jaffee Yee).
 


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