Khwanchai Phusrisom BSc Dip Acc FRSA FRAS worked for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration before becoming a UK Company Director. She studied tourism with diplomas in eTourism Communication Perspectives from Università della Svizzera Italiana. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, she is also a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society . She is the author of Soldiers of Siam and other academic work on Siam in Europe during the First World War. Khwan is an authority on HM King Chulalongkorn and HM King Vajiravudh in international relations. She has run Heritage Open Day events in England and Germany.
Professor Stephen Martin MBBS MRCPsych LTCL is a British Doctor with a strong interest in the Arts. He has published on architectural history, painting and music. Teaching at Chiang Mai University for many years, he also did a sabbatical in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Mahasarakham in 2016. He speaks Thai, French and German.
Arms of Prof Dr Stephen Martin Esq., granted by Royal Charter, 1981, initiated by the Richmond Herald of Arms in Ordinary: Azure, a chevron rompu or, masoned sable, in chief two roses argent barbed vert, in base a martlet argent. The closed, tilting helm of a gentleman. Crest: a dexter hand labelled clasping an open fetterlock. Motto: Mens sibi conscia recti. The chevron represents the bell gable of a north country church, the roses of Yorkshire, the martlet the mythical martin with feathers for feet as it never landed, the open fetterlock tolerance and leniency. The ermine tail three bar label of the first son, a gentleman of coat armour