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Japanese government helps build earthquake safe school in Chiang Rai

Mr. Akihiko Fujii, Consul-General of Japan in Chiang Mai, and Mr. Surasak Benchapalaporn, Director of Ban Dongmada School signed the MOU to build earthquake proof buildings at the school.

The Government of Japan, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Scheme (GGP), is providing special emergency funds amounting to 7,428,000 baht for “The Project for Construction of Earthquake-Resistant School Building of Ban Dongmada School in Maelao District, Chiang Rai Province”. On January 21, 2015, Mr. Akihiko Fujii, Consul-General of Japan in Chiang Mai, and Mr. Surasak Benchapalaporn, Director of Ban Dongmada School, jointly signed the funding contract at the Consulate-General of Japan in Chiang Mai.

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New dengue vaccine developed in Chiang Mai

The 3rd workshop of ASEAN members states Dengue Vaccination Advocacy (ADVA) was held at Le Meridien Hotel Chiang Mai from January 8 -9, 2015

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Bakery fire causes 400,000 baht in damage
Chiang Mai Jazz & Music in the City draws large crowds
1 million meth pills seized in Chiang Rai
HRH Princess Soamsawali opens CMU Agriculture Fair
Chiang Mai Expats Club holds first meeting of the New Year

The Chiang Mai Expats Club held a meeting and party at Le Meridien Chiang Mai on January3, 2015 where around 100 members and friends showed up for the regular meeting followed by a delicious brunch.

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Ron saw this and guesses its only quirky if you live here.

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Many activities for Children’s Day January 10

National Children’s Day is celebrated on the second Saturday of January ever year and was first established in 1955 on a Monday but was changed to the second Saturday of January in 1963.

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Flower Festival parade to be held in the morning

TAT Chiang Mai concludes tourism situation of Chiang Mai during the New Year Festival, money spread to 1,400 million baht
Kan Air announces new route direct to Hua Hin
Thailand listed in top 25 best places to retire


Lanna B set the pace in the Chiang Mai Senior League

The new season on the Chiang Mai Senior League is finally underway with United CC joining three teams from Chiang Mai Lanna CC to play some friendly but competitive cricket. Lanna A and the highly promising Lanna Juniors are probably the favourites for the league title,

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Thailand launches Smart Job Centre

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Chinese economy not to suffer hard landing: premier
S. Korea says no decision yet on Park's visit to Russia in May


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The U.S. Consulate General in Chiang Mai welcomed U.S. Science Envoy Dr. Geri Richmond to Chiang Mai. The U.S. Science Envoy Program sends leading American scientists around the globe to engage with foreign governments, businesses,


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Smart Job Center opens its door today

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Oil consumption versus GDP set to fall to lowest in 45 years

Prices of three categories of products already lowered due to cheaper oil


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TAT organizes a Night to Discover Thainess in Los Angeles

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Thailand Travel Mart 2015+ set for 3 – 5 June: Applications open for buyer-seller registration

New zoning policy introduced to ensure more public space on Pattaya and Jomtien Beaches

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