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Vol. XIII No.19 - Sunday September 21, 2014 - Saturday October 4, 2014


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FM: International community has more confidence in Thailand

Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn, Thailand's deputy prime minister and foreign affairs minister, reports satisfaction with his attendance at the 69th UN General Assembly in New York.

He said that friendly nations were confident of the work of the Thai government that was leading the country to secure democracy as well as of Thailand's international role.

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Construction on new underpass on Superhighway to begin in October

Commuters are being warned that an underpass at the intersection of the Superhighway (Highway 11) and Highway 1001 to Mae Jo will begin in October. The underpass, at the Mae Jo intersection will be 800 meters in length, five meters high and will be two way.

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Thai astronomers work with NASA to discover Earth-like planets
Illegal billboards removed from 13 areas in the city
Region 5 implementing security measures for tourists
Hearing on water issues in Chiang Rai
Big Tree in Town 2014 promotes tree planting in Chiang Mai
CMU explains viral tape of 1st year students at Faculty of Education
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Doi Kids need glasses too!

Kid’s from Schools of Hope, the Stratton ABC Foundation and Magical Light Tam Nak children came to Magical Light Foundation on Sunday, September 7, 2014 to have their vision checked and help those in need obtain glasses from Amigo Vision and Chiang Mai International Rotary Club.

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Jack saw this as he walked past on Nimmanhaemin recently, he added, “Well I suppose that is one method of ensuring safety.”

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Japanese poster art at CMU Art Center

Japanese art and pop culture has seen tremendous popularity in Thailand and across Asia, the works of famed Japanese poster artist Takashi Akiyama opened at Chiang Mai University Art Center on Friday, September 12, 2014.
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CMU Freshy students walk up Doi Suthep


Kid’s World at Royal Ratchaphruek
Home Pro donates toilets to public schools

 

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Toyota Motorsport 2014, Round 3 held in Chiang Mai

Round 3 of the Toyota Motorsport race was held at the 700 Years Stadium on September 20 and 21, 2014. Chiang Mai Province, in cooperation with Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., held the event to draw racing enthusiasts as well as promote safe driving.
 
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Gen Prayuth bids farewell to Army

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NSC chief: Southern peace negotiations to proceed
Lao delegation on ICT study tour in Thailand

 

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Thailand aims to be world leader in fashion, textile design

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S. Korean manufacturers' confidence jumps for Oct


GM Korea, Renault Samsung get high customer satisfaction

 

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TAT Attends Vietnamese Travel Show to Spur Arrivals from Emerging Markets

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Kobkarn plans tourism development guidelines for three famous islands


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