Friends of Music Making in
Chiang Mai donated 10,000 Baht to the Chiang Mai Red Cross on
October 27, 2011 raised by donations from members at a recent
concert. Here Jean Pierre Kirkland is seen presenting the money to the
Chiang Mai Red Cross.
Chiang Mai Interbrews Festival was announced
at a press conference with Sydney Moss, Patinya (Joon) Srisuk of Horeca
and Khun Oh of JJ Market. The event will be held from 15 December
until 15 January at JJ Markets. Highlighting over 300 labels of world
class beer; showcasing Asian and European style in the arts of brewing.
Lanna culture in clothing and performances concept will be promoted as
well as the “Chiang Mai Has Talent” competition & entertainment. This 32
days-long event will be complimented with both Thai and international
cuisine catering to locals, and national and international tourists,
during the winter season and Royal Flora festival.
On October 22, 2011 the owner of Thaweephan Wood
Service presented 50,000 Baht to Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai
Buranupakorn for victims of the flooding in Thailand at their offices.
(Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)
Sarah Latshaw, center, received a
fond farewell as Executive Director at Cultural Canvas Thailand/Art
Relief International at the Creative Consumption Party at Zoe in Yellow
on Thursday, October 20, 2011. She was joined by Louis Scott and Joni
Anwar at the party that was well attended by many local residents. Zoe
in Yellow donated all profits to the two organizations. (Photo courtesy
Japanese Consul General Kazuo Shibata donated 50,000
Baht of privately collected money to the Chiang Mai Red Cross Vice
President to aid flood victims.
Central Airport Plaza staff joined
General Manager Orachorn Chantarawiwattana to present donations of food
and goods to flood victims to Chiang Mai Governor ML Panadda Diskul on
October 14, 2011 at Central Airport Plaza.
The Chiang Mai Motor Show 2011 was announced
at a press conference recently at Kantary Hills Hotel. The Motor
Show will be held at Big C Don Chan from November 11-20 and will
be open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.. The theme of this year’s show is
“Let’s Go Green”. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)
The Chiang Mai Expats Club ladies
held their monthly formal lunch at the Steak House at JJ Market
on Thursday, October 6. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)
Big C in Chiang Mai donated bags of rice,
canned goods, drinking water and other staples to Chiang Mai Mayor
Tussanai Buranupakorn to aid victims of the floods in Chiang Mai. (Photo
courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)
Ramon Viztamos of the Playhouse Entertainment Complex wooed the
crowd with his impromptu performance at the Jazzamatazz Sunday
show on October 2, 2011. (Photo courtesy of Martin Van der Klooster)
Rachan Veeraphan, the Honorary Consul of Bangladesh
joined the organizers of the SME for the Department of Industrial Works
sponsored Energized SMEs day at the Big C in Don Chan. (Photo
courtesy of CityNow!)
The Spa Resort hosted the annual Yoga Mala Festival, here master of
ceremonies Sydney Moss joins Jim Wassilaskus (right) and one of the Yoga
Mala organizers at the Yoga Mala Festival on September 17 and 18, 2011.
Money raised from the event was donated to a local children’s charity.
(Photo courtesy of CityNow!)
Margaret Bhadungzhong celebrated her birthday with
friends at The Dukes Restaurant on the Old Chiang Mai – Lamphun
Road on September 27, 2011.
The Chiang Mai Expats Club had their monthly meeting on September 24,
2011 at the Shangri La Hotel. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)
The dusit D2’s monthly Sunday brunch was held
on the last Sunday of the month, on Sunday September 25, 2011. Every
month on the last Sunday they hold a lavish Sunday brunch. (Photo
courtesy of CityNow!)
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