Professional Events Thailand Co., Ltd. is proud to announce “A Royal Cliff Opera Evening.” Join the true fans of one of the world's best vocalists for a musical Saturday night at the Royal Cliff in Pattaya. On April 6th, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group proudly presents world-renowned Tenor Kim Jun Man and friends in the Grand Hotel’s Head of State Chamber at 18.30 hrs. Kim Jun Man made his professional debut at the age of 30 at Roma Theatre. He has performed in a variety of productions around the world including Rome, Switzerland and in Vienna. He has performed more than 1,200 galas and solo concerts in Europe, Australia, Asia and the U.S.A. His repertoire includes several arias and over 1000 Italian Canzone, Spanish compositions, Latin American tunes as well as popular, contemporary songs. Last year Kim Jun Man performed at major venues in Thailand. His concert in Bangkok's Cultural Arts Centre in Thong Lor and Jun's concert at Pattaya's Tiffany Theatre were both sold out. Now is your chance ffor a wonderful evening of fabulous music at the Royal Cliff.
By Bangkok Pattaya Times Cultural Events Reporter Source: Songkran LasnVegas.Com, LLC,, Royal Thai Consulate Los Angeles 24.03.2013
PayPal Thailand Police Andrew Drummond Blog 24.03.2013
Songkran Las Vegas.Com LLC announces the second Las Vegas Songkran Festival under the name "Thai and Lao Food and Cultural Festival 2013" to be held in April at the Cannery Casino. The idea came about in 2011 because several of the organizers live part-time in Thailand returning to work in Las Vegas, Nevada anxiously awaiting their next adventure in the magical Kingdom of Thailand. With Las Vegas business keeping them home, they were determined to bring Songkran to Las Vegas! Following the success of last year's Songkran Festival Vegas style, this year's Songkran Festival celebration is expected to bring tens of thousands more attendees. More and more people have been hearing about the wet and wild party, great food and shows and yet another way to have fun in Vegas!
So far, seven victims of Andrew Drummond's alleged criminal acts have filed charges. Evidence is expected to show that the unemployed, former News of the World journalist now living in Bangkok has been using a blog website in order to gather cash donations from people who think he actually is protecting them. His supporters will have to pay more bail bonds so Drummond can delay serving jail time until a dozen criminal court cases against him in Bangkok, Pattaya and Kho Samui go to trial. So far, seven victims of his criminal acts have filed charges.
Pattaya Provincial Court Reports 23.03.2013
Thailand blogger Andrew Drummond posts 50,000 baht bail as he is again a Defendant in Pattaya Provincial Court. Self-proclaimed "Investigative Journalist" Andrew Drummond writing under one of his aliases "The Flying Sporran" has been a Defendant facing criminal charges in Pattaya many times. In an unrelated case, since 2004 Drummond has been a Defendant for defamation for writing a Bangkok Post article falsely accusing foreign business owners of crimes. The Bangkok Post settled the case and fired Drummond as a freelance journalist. Andrew Drummond was sued for a million baht by two Pattaya businessmen and Drummond was also found guilty on criminal charges for the Bangkok Post article. Drummond, angered by the Bangkok Post rejecting his plea for help, appealed and the case is still in court pending in the Supreme Court.
Andrew Drummond ordered to face police questioning following a two-year police investigation in Thailand by The Royal Thai Police. Taking part in the investigations into criminal acts are the Bangkok cyber crimes police division, the Thailand Crime Suppression Division (CSD), the Ministry of Information and Computer Technology (MICT) crime division, the Bangkok Police and Pattaya City Police. Now Andrew Michael Drummond, 61, of the UK Is ordered to appear at the main Pattaya police station to answer to multiple criminal charges of defamation and cyber crimes filed against him. Numerous criminal charges were made in Bangkok and Pattaya against Andrew Michael Drummond who was escorted from Bangkok to the Pattaya police station by กนกรัตน์ นิ่มสมุทธ บูธ (นก) Kanokrat Nimsamut Booth (Nok).
Pattaya Times Pattaya Times 23.03.2013
Bangkok and Pattaya Police reports, Pattaya Provincial Court records, Clark County NV District Court 21.03.2013
Several government agencies including private investigators are looking into foreigners living in the Bangkok and Pattaya areas who have been disrupting Thai society by causing fabricated disputes between foreign businessmen and retirees. In several recent cases retirees have been blogging on the Internet and using the court system to file false charges to damage the reputation of outstanding, foreign business people working and living in Thailand. These actions are damaging to society and will be stopped, a leading Thai police official says. Among those known to be under investigation are Andrew Michael Drummond of Bangkok, Andre Johannes Machielsen of Naklua, James C Phillips of Las Vegas and Pattaya, Stuart "Joe" Furstman of Nongprue and Thor Ferris Halland also of Nongprue. All men have been involved in recent court cases and are known to conspire together to make attacks on Expat business people in Thailand using blogs on the Internet.
Clark County Court Nevada States Phillips Filed a False Case Against Drew Noyes 18.03.2013
Asean Affairs Business Council 18.03.2013
In Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, USA, a District Court judge refused to hear a case brought against Drew Noyes by Pattaya and Las Vegas residents American James C. (Jim) Phillips and his Thai wife Piyawan C. (Pui) Phillips. Mr. Noyes was accused of "cyberbullying" for sending one email requesting Jim Phillips to stop sending Mr. Noyes's friends links to a Thailand blog hate site under Thai police investigation.
The inaugural, Ambassador of India and AABC (AseanAffairs Business Council) CEO Roundtable was held at the Bangkok residence of the Indian Ambassador to Thailand, H.E. Anil Wadhwa on 12 March 2013. Attended by CEO’s from Thailand’s top Companies, it was a meeting of minds in an informal and relaxed setting at the sprawling residence, which was very much liked by the Thai CEO’s.