Vol. I No. 10 Saturday 28 December 2002 - 3 January 2003
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Precious new faces ready to welcome in the New Year

From the staff of the Chiangmai Mail

These cute little youngsters were just recently born at the Chiang Mai Zoo, and officials at the zoo regard them as Nature’s New year’s gift to the people. The staff at Chiangmai Mail would like to join with Mother Nature in wishing all our readers a safe and fun New Year’s Eve, an exciting New Year’s Day, and more importantly, a safe, prosperous, healthy and Happy New Year.

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NEWS

Elephant torture debate heats up as Aussie model strips

One Tambon - One Product items promoted as New Year presents



FEATURES
SPORT
Doi Suthep under the Nature Study microscope until April 30 next year

The Doi Suthep Nature Study Center at Chiang Mai University has arranged a nature exhibition, running from now to the end of next April with the National Science Museum Organization’s support.

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Scenes from the 33rd National Games in Chiang Mai

Narinsorasak sisters, Piyamala (holding medal on the left) and Pimchanok (holding medal on the right) won silver medals in the K-1 and K-2 rowing competition. It was their first competing in the National Games, and rowing is one of the sports in which their home province of Lamphun hopes to win the gold medal next time.

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
Government determined to stimulate economic growth and address NPL problem

Speaking at a recent gala dinner organized by the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) at the Sirikit National Convention Center, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra told his audience that it was likely that the country’s economic growth rate could reach 4.5-4.8% this year.

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At the recent opening of the Art-Y studio, Tita Chobthum and Klaus Dietrich were presented with a bouquet of flowers by Wisoot Buachoom, from the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Office here in Chiang Mai. The studio specializes in jewelry, sculptures, and other pieces of art, and is located on Nimmanhaeminda Road, Soi 1.

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