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Vol. XIII No.8 - Sunday April 20, 2014 - Saturday May 3, 2014


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Splashdown! Chiang Mai celebrates Songkran

Tourists flocked to Chiang Mai for the Songkran New Year Festival.

Tourists flocked to Chiang Mai starting on the weekend before the official Songkran holiday festival of April 13 – 15, 2014. Hotel bookings saw at least 80% occupancy city-wide while a total of 250,000 tourists were expected to visit the city. Of these 65% are foreign tourists, an expected 60,000 Chinese tourists were in the city. Thai visitors made up 35% of the visitors, up from Songkran last year. Revenues are expected to reach 900 million baht for the holiday.

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Villagers file complaint over condo construction in Faham

Villagers met with Faham City Council members at Wat Langka in Faham Sub-District in Muang Chiang Mai on April 10, 2014 to discuss the construction of the Diamant Condominium in Faham. Villagers allege that the construction project is causing damage to Wat Langka as well as to concrete homes in the area.

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Chiang Mai honors Chakri Day
Public holidays in May
Underpass construction on the Mae Rim road causing dust, traffic jams
Chiang Rai bears the brunt of storm damage
Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister checks forest fire situation
Government discusses traffic systems in Chiang Mai
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CMBG networking for local entrepreneurs

Local business people met at the Shangri La Hotel on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 for a business networking meeting held by the Chiang Mai Business Group (CMBG). Held on cooperation with the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) and the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham).

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Ron saw this on a trip to Pai, given the roads it seems likely!

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A Midsummer Night’s Musical Delight

The Head of the Music School in Sirimangklanjan Soi 5, Ajaan Santi Saengthong arranged a concert to help some of his recent examinee successes gain confidence and entertain a good-sized audience at the end of March.
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Boarding as an anthropological field


ASEAN visit for Payap
Biogents donates mosquito traps to Mae Hong Son school
Success on and off the field for hill tribe kids

 

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A triumph for hill tribe junior cricket

The 27th staging of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes saw the side from Bangladesh, the Walton Cricketeers, win the Cup for the third year in a row, but there is no doubt that it was the Thai junior cricketers, many of them supported by the Hill Tribe Fund,
 
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ASEAN to issue statement on Thailand's political crisis: Surapong

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Constitutional Court gives 15-day deadline extension to caretaker PM on Thawil case
Woman drug dealer arrested, Bt100 million in assets frozen
Thai Red Cross Society celebrates its 121st anniversary

 

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5th 'Samet in Love' music festival to boost circulation Bt50 mln in Rayong

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Cabinet extends free train, bus services


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