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Vol. XIII No.15 - Sunday July 27, 2014 - Saturday August 9, 2014

Arts - Entertainment
Classical Connections
Life at 33 1/3
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
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Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
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Government tackles songthaew routes

The Chiang Mai Provincial Land Transport Office has reorganized public transport in the city in an attempt to reduce traffic issues.

The Chiang Mai Provincial Land Transport Department has come to an agreement with songthaews and buses that serve the outer areas that they will no longer stop inside the city but will only start and stop at the Chang Puak Bus Station or at the Arcade Station depending on their license. Red songthaews, which number about 2,000, will be the only songthaews allowed to make stops within the city starting August 1, 2014.

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Flood control project includes expanding width of Ping River

The Chiang Mai Flood Control and Protection Project, which has been organized by various government agencies, met recently to discuss the plan to widen the Ping River to its original width in strategic locations along a 90 kilometer stretch.

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Happy Birthday to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn
Train station fills with CMU freshmen students
High speed train project continued
Opponents of Cable Car project call on Governor to cancel
One way traffic for area around U.S. Consulate
Rainy season continues as strong monsoon expected in August
Ramadan celebrated with a feast

Wichai Wittaya Bilingual School, the first bilingual school established in Chiang Mai in 1996, held a Ramadan dinner for Chiang Mai residents, Muslim, Buddhist and Christian under the theme of love, peace and understanding amongst all people.

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Quirky Pics

One of our women readers saw this in the Japanese store Tsuruha and sent it in noting that she was really just too afraid to ask.

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 Arts - Entertainment
The World of Song

Musicologist and occasional Chiang Mai Mail columnist JP took an audience of around 30 people on a musical journey to far off places like New York, Austria,

Education >>

Diversity: From America to Thailand

Australian universities woo Thai students
Payap Admissions Fair welcomes interested students


Lamphun Warriors draw 1 -1

Nattapon Charoenporn and Suttipong Thananun of the Lamphun Warriors FC, currently ranked 9th on the Division 2 table, try to steal the ball from Uthaithani FC player, Yunusa Abdulai in the home game played at Sunday, July 13, 2014.

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Mekong countries seal partnerships with South Korea

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Thai officials leaving for Tunisia for Libya evacuation arrangements
Police close dog meat shop in Sakon Nakhon


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Finance Ministry lowers Thai GDP growth estimate to 2% this year

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NCPO agrees on increasing financial aid to rubber farmers

Commerce ministry to hold new round of rice auction


Travel & Tourism

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Beauty queens and smiley balloons galore at Thailand’s back-to-normal Happiness Street Festival

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Thailand releasing thousands of smiley faced balloons to entice happy tourists

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