Vol. II No. 1 Saturday 4 January - 10 January 2003
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15th Doi Kham Fair blessed with Royal Opening

From the staff of the Chiangmai Mail

HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and his Royal Consort Mom Srirassa Mahidol na Ayuthaya on December 9 presided over the opening ceremony of the 15th Doi Kham Fair at Chiang Mai University’s Arts Museum. 

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NEWS

500 houses damaged in freak hailstorm

No legal employment agency in Phrae, says Employment Office



FEATURES
SPORT
Nancy and Nima Chandler

During Christmas time I had the pleasure of meeting with 2 very exciting ladies here in Chiang Mai, very well known here, but also all over Thailand. Mrs. Nancy Chandler, better known as the Map Lady, and her beautiful energetic daughter Nima, who she claims is her boss now, and does not allow her to sit still and retire in peace.

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33rd National Games comes to a close

The Nakhon Chiang Mai Games, the 33rd National Games ended on a high note with a closing ceremony no less spectacular than the opening. At the 700 Years Anniversary Sport Complex, more than 15,000 people came to celebrate the success of our games and witnessed Ratchaburi governor, Komes Dangthongdee, receive the National Games Banner as the next host for the 34th National Games to be held in 2004.

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
Rice exports up

Thailand’s rice exports in 2002 reached about 7.2 million tons, beating the government’s target. The figures were slightly below last year’s record because the country lost some market share to India, but Nigeria is expected to continue to be Thailand’s top rice buyer.

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Chiang Mai deputy governor, Udom Puasakul presided over the opening ceremony of the Chiang Mai Rose Festival at Khamtieng Flower Market.

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