Pattaya Times website 16.04.2013
Major cultural musical event in Pattaya at Royal Cliff Professional Events Thailand, Co., Ltd. 03.04.2013
Pattaya Times Professional Events Thailand 23.03.2013
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.
The biggest electronic music and dance festival in Thailand with over 30 DJs and 3 stages which electronic music fans and music lovers are expecting to attend these two full days at the Bali Hai Pier in Pattaya. Professional Events Thailand, based in Pattaya, is honored to support the organizer Elite Entertainment from Bangkok in promoting the DJ Contest Zoom Music Festival. This 3-evening event will be fantastic with many surprises, stars and honored guests. Join the fun in Pattaya.
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.
Andre Machielsen Loses Court Case Against Drew Noyes Drew Noyes, Andre Machielsen, Andrew Drummond, Thor Halland 16.02.2013
By Visith Pinpawong Pattaya Times 13.02.2013
In a rather bizarre case that concluded yesterday, Drew Noyes was found not guilty on all charges brought by Andre Machielsen. The case was dismissed by the presiding judge. Criminal charges are now being filed against Mr. Machielsen for more serious crimes than he alleged Mr. Noyes committed. Another defamation case brought by Machielsen"s close friend James (Jim) C Phillips against Drew Noyes was also dismissed in Las Vegas Nevada. Both cases were blogged about by Andrew Drummond except for their dismissals.
By Visith Pinpawong Pattaya Times 09.02.2013
I have a one year old daughter in Pattaya who lives with her mother, we are a couple and the baby has my family name, and has a British passport. I am the sole provider for all that's needed, as in rent and anything else that's required