Vol. XIII No. 6
Friday February 11 - February 17, 2005

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Thai National Power, wholly owned subsidiary of the UK-listed National Power, which operates a power plant at Siam Eastern Industrial Park made a Baht 3 million donation to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to aid victims of the Tsunami disaster. Pictured is Thai National Power Country Manager and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Baker flanked by advisors M.R. Chatu Mongkol Sonakul (right) and Peter Stirling (left) making a presentation to the princess.

Mrs. Achana Snitwongse Na Ayudhaya, managing director of the Montien Hotel, Pattaya is seen enjoying herself at the “Staff’s Children’s Party” held in the hotel gardens recently. Many guests and of course the parents joined in the fun filled day.

Waste Management Siam Co., Ltd. (WMS), the operator of Eastern Seaboard Environmental Complex (ESBEC) recently presented 15 sets of sport suits to the Hubbon community football team for use in various youth football tournaments.

Sopin Tappajug, (centre) managing director of the Diana Group welcomes Mr. Helal Khan, (2nd right) a well known movie star from Bangladesh together with his team on their visit to the Diana Garden Resort recently.

Administrators of the Phyathai Hospital Sriracha welcomed an executive committee from the Chiangmai Drugs Rehabilitation Centre on a group study tour of the hospital’s facilities recently.

Mr. Luc Dayot, (4th right) Managing Director of CenCar Ltd. (Carrefour) together with executives of leading French Companies including Mr. Jean Marie Verbrugghe (3rd left), Bouygues Thai Ltd, Mr. Luc Jacquet (4th left), EDF South East Asia Limited and Mr. Gerard Souche (2nd right) the Lycee Francais International De Bangkok, extended their hands and heart out to help the Baan Nam Khem School which was damaged by the Tsunami last December. The donations included education tools and devices and student’s uniforms, so that the students are able to start classes immediately.

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