Vol. XVIII No. 28 Friday
July 9 - July 15, 2010
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Sports Round-up
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Say NO to violence
HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha spearheads campaign in Pattaya
HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha graciously greets Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and
other high ranking officials at the start of the parade last Tuesday to spread
the ‘Say NO to violence again women’ campaign that HRH the Princess is
spearheading in Thailand. Thousands of people turned up to help promote the
Continued | More features
Owners to exhume
electrocuted elephant in
800,000 baht battle with PEA
The owners of an elephant electrocuted near Jomtien Beach
high-voltage lines in January plan to exhume the animal’s body to dispute
the Provincial Electric Authority’s refusal to take responsibility for the accident.
.continued | More News
Pattaya Mail Media joins the people of Thailand to humbly wish Her Royal
Highness Princess Soamsawalee a very Happy Birthday Thursday July 13. (Photo courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household)
The rising tides
Events Coming Up
German ambassador introduces new consul
Local German residents and businesspeople got their first
chance to meet new German Consul Paul Strunk, who will work in Pattaya handling
legal and business matters for the Eastern Seaboard.
continued | More Community
Qatar Airways dances its way
to South America
To celebrate Qatar Airways new Sao Paulo route, Joe Rajadurai, country manager for Thailand and Cambodia, took his guests to
Brazil for the evening. Not quite the country Brazil, but to Zico’s
Brazilian restaurant on Beach Road, Pattaya.
Continued | More features
St. Andrews International School, Green Valley showcases two evenings of theater
Last month was a busy one for the St. Andrews Primary
Department as it presented two very unique theatrical experiences: an
unconventional stage rendition of “Humpty Dumpty” and the school’s first
ever motion picture premiere of “Small Town Secrets.”
Continued | More Our Children
Nine-man United hold
a point at Sisaket
Pattaya United were forced to settle for a point at Sisaket FC last Saturday after being outplayed for long periods of a
game that for the most part failed to sparkle and catch the imagination.
Continued | More Sports
New faces at Manhattans Restaurant and Bar
They say a week is a long time in politics, and now it seems that three months
is a long time in the restaurant business.
More Dining Out
Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome (right) congratulates Yuthanarit Dee Den (center) and Somnuk Dee Den, owners of Dee Den
Apartment on the occasion of the annual merit making of their business
in Soi Kopai.
More Social Events
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