Vol. I No. 5  Saturday 23 November - 29 November 2002
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Yi Peng Festival 2002 turns Chiang Mai into a magical kingdom

“Noppamas, as beautiful as the ‘Nine Golds Found In Heaven’” - Which is more beautiful, the colorful float or the Miss Noppamas elegantly sitting upon it? For more Loy Krathong impressions.

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NEWS

Flood relief begins

Gone with the wind!

Tenders sought for industrial estate project in Chiang Rai


FEATURES
SPORT
Wat Pa Phaeng community celebrations

About a hundred people in the Wat Pa Phaeng community recently organized a krathin merit-making ceremony at their temple near the Chiangmai Mail offices on Muangsamut Road. This is an annual event and attracts people from outside Chiang Mai, such as the San Kamphaeng District.

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Thailand Archery Club and Ramkhamhaeng University win men and women’s archery competition

Chiang Mai University hosted their 10th archery competition - the CMU Open 2002 Archery Competition, on November 16-17 at the main stadium. There were 135 archers from many teams: Thailand Archery Club, Royal Navy, Air Force, Chiang Mai Physical Education College, Lampang Physical Education College, Samut Sakorn Physical College, Lampang Sports School, Suankulap College, Ramkhamhaeng University, Kasetsart University, Dhurakij Bundit University, Malaysia Archery Club, Naval Operations, and Chiang Mai University.

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BUSINESS
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World Economic Forum report shows Thailand’s rating moves up slightly

According to a report released by the World Economic Forum on November 12 that ranks countries as to their competitiveness, Thailand is inching its way up the scale. The kingdom has moved up slightly in this year’s rankings, which also named China, India and Malaysia as countries making great strides forward.

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Despite busy schedules producing a weekly newspaper, the Chiangmai Mail took a little time off to celebrate the birthday of one of our reporters, Ms. Nuttanee Thaveephol (holding knife). Happy Birthday again!

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