Vol. II No. 7 Saturday 15 February - 21 February 2003
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The Festival of Flowers brings out the best

Last weekend saw the northern capital decorated with eye-catching blooms for the 27th Chiang Mai Festival of Flowers. The opening ceremony, on Saturday, February 8 at the western foot of the Navarat Bridge, was officially presided over by Anurak Chureemas, the Minister of Social Development and Human Security.

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NEWS

Chiang Mai restaurant owners get behind the drug fight



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SPORT

Chinese New Year for the Lisu hilltribes

The Lisu, one of the minority hilltribe groups, in Chiang Mai’s rural Phrao District, celebrated their Chinese New Year in the mountains while Chinese-Thais celebrated theirs in the towns throughout the Thai countryside.

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Atsuko Ueno wins major 17th Kosaido Thailand Ladies Open

Atsuko Ueno from Japan was a multiple winner at the 17th Kosaido Thailand Ladies Open. Atsuko was the outright winner of the tournament and was the card leader every day.

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BUSINESS
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Finance Ministry hints of lifting foreign stock ceiling

Finance Minister Somkid Jatusripitak recently gave a clear indication that he personally supports the lifting of the ceiling currently barring foreigners from holding more than a certain proportion of stocks in Thai firms, acknowledging that the current regulations pose a barrier for potential shareholders.

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HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn receives a flower wreath from Ms Tasanee Sungkert, the assistant managing director for Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel, during her graciously presiding over the opening ceremony of the 3rd World Congress on Medical and Aromatic Plants for Human Welfare Exhibition and Trade Shows recently held from February 3-7 at the hotel..

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