The Business Networking Institute is eyeing expansion to Pattaya with the formation of a new chapter for the organization which claims to be the “world’s largest referral organization.”
The German-Thai Chamber of Commerce will host its annual gala dinner May 30 at the Grand Hyatt Erawan in Bangkok.
Speaking at the chamber’s May meeting at the Moon River Pub, Director Jörg Buck said the “Glamour of Germany” event will feature dinner and music, along with performances of dance and fashion. A raffle will be held offering numerous prizes. Guests are requested to dress in the red, gold and black of the German flag.
The Thai Garden Resort played host to 27 orphans and guardians from Bangsaen’s Abundant Life Home, giving children a weekend filled with fun and great food.
Many people may dread their 65th birthday, but Gerard Lemmers celebrated it in grand style at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort.
Well-known in the Pattaya community, Lemmers invited 50 guests, most of them Dutch, like himself. They enjoyed drinks by the pool and grooved to the hotel’s Filipino house band. Then everyone sat down for a meal.
Once again, the wine-dinner at the Royal Grill Room & Wine Cellar of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort on March 9th was fully booked and it lived up to its promise.
Californian wines were the highlights at this event and its exquisite taste was underlined by Chef Walter Thenisch’s culinary art.
A Filipino choir highlighted the festivities as the couple which has led the Victory International Family Church for the past 15 years turned over the pulpit to a pair of successors.
Property developer Tulip Group brought lunch and games to children at the Child Protection and Development Center (CPDC) in Huay Yai.
Human Help Network Thailand Director Radchada Chomjinda welcomed Tulip business development chief Keith Fathers and his staff Jan. 19.
The YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center celebrated the new year twice, both western and Chinese style.
The YWCA invited members to the Cape Dara restaurant in North Pattaya Jan. 18, a date midway between Jan. 1 and Chinese New Year Feb. 10. Everyone was encouraged to dress in glittering apparel.
Austria’s ambassador to Thailand last month played Santa Claus for children at the Child Protection and Development Center.
For the second consecutive year, Johannes Peterlik and his “Mrs. Claus,” Ria-Ursula Peterlik, bought gifts for 55 children Dec. 19 at the Toys R Us store at Central Center.
Almost a half-million baht was raised for HIV/AIDS charities as the annual Pattaya Pride gay festival kicked off in Boyz Town.