Food Carving at the Thai residence
In the midst of unpleasant autumn wind and rain, HE Dr. Dhiravat Bhumichitr welcomed the WiB members to his residence on 5 October 2017. The Thai ambassador who is a WiB member himself accompanied us personally on the delightful introduction of the fruits and vegetables carving.
The artistically designed leaves, flowers and animal motifs are part of the traditional Thai national culture and make the buffet on the dinner tables a feast for the eyes. Under the guidance of two master carvers, the WiB members learned to transform the radish, tomatoes and apples to a pretty table decoration by using the carving knife. On this occasion, WiB also bade farewell to Thipaporn Phet Chai and her husband, Captain Athapol Phet Chai, both were club members for many years and now have returned to their home country.
The gracious hospitality of the Thais was rounded off with a delicious traditional lunch from the kitchen of the residence. Our members returned home safe and sound after this wonderful closing of the event. Thankfully before the storm Xavier began to lash in the afternoon.