Vol. I No. 6  Saturday 30 November - 6 December 2002
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Long Live His Majesty The King

On this most auspicious occasion, Chiangmai Mail would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 75th Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. On center pages this week is a very special tribute, written by special correspondent Peter Cummins, in honor of this most beloved Monarch.

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Chiang Mai officials study effects of changing the time zone

Committee meets to discuss typhoons

Aliens rush to extend work permits

International Disabled People’s Day celebrated in Chiang Mai

November 22nd was the International Disabled People’s Day, and in Chiang Mai there were activities to mark this day at the Rajabhat Institute.

The day began with a parade comprised of disabled people from the North which commenced at the parking area for the BK Moo Kra Ta Restaurant, behind the Rimping Superstore. 

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Local Lycra stretched to the limit?

Chiang Mai officials and citizens last week gathered for mass aerobics at the Chiang Mai 700 Year Anniversary Sport Complex. Chiang Mai Governor Pisit Khetphasook presided over the opening ceremony and joined in to exercise with participants.

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Consumer confidence index continued to drop in October

According to a recent report put out by the University of Chamber of Commerce’s Economic and Business Forecasting Center, the consumer confidence index in October dropped for the second consecutive month. This signals that consumers are becoming uncertain about the local economic situation.

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After their dinner, HRH Prince Bhisadej Rajanee (left), director of the Royal Project Foundation, together with his lovely wife, received a freshly baked Xmas cake, or “Stollen”, from Joerg Eisenschmidt (right), chef and proprietor of the most popular German Restaurant To Nobody.

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