BANGKOK: With travel between India and Thailand opening up and quarantine no longer required for fully vaccinated travellers, Skål Asia President Andrew J Wood (third right) along with Past Asia President Jason Samuel (third left) were both warmly welcomed to the first face-to-face meeting of the Bangkok club since March this year.
Jason who had flown in from Mumbai to join the meeting took the opportunity to present the hand delivered chain on behalf of the Asian Area to President Andrew who was elected in September 2021. The COVID-delayed chain presentation took place recently at the May networking cocktail event, organised by Skål International Bangkok at The Peninsula Hotel. Also seen in the photograph from the Bangkok club, are Pichai Visutriratana Events Director (far left), James Thurlby President (second left), Michael Bamberg Secretary (second right) and John Neutze Treasurer (far right).
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