Vol. II No. 9 Saturday 1 March - 7 March 2003
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Prem Center Grade Nine heads into the jungle for an outdoor expedition

This type of education just isn’t available in the West

On the morning of February 11th, the Grade 9 class of Prem Tinsulanonda International School departed for a 4-day expedition in Mae Tang. It was here, away from the comforts of our everyday homes, that we found ourselves having to trust and rely on each other.

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NEWS

821 found guilty, 146,500 speed pills confiscated during first 21 days of drug suppression in Chiang Mai



FEATURES
SPORT

Wat Suan Dok seminar to preserve Thai culture

The House Committee on Religion and Culture hosted a seminar on the conservation of Thai culture at Wat Suan Dok, Chiang Mai. The seminar was attended by over 600 monks, religious organizations, and culture councils from all over the country.

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Play hard, have fun!

On February 21 and 22, the sixth annual Chiang Mai Invitational Basketball Tournament was held at the SEA Games sports complex in Chiang Mai. After two days of fun and fierce competition, the CMIS boys’ team came out as champions and the girls finished an impressive fourth place.

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
Vista Group plans ISO Certification for movie theatres

The Vista Entertainment Group, Chiang Mai, late last year celebrated Vista’s 11th anniversary, and marked its honor on being awarded ISO 9001-2000 certification. The celebration was held at Vista Khum Kaew Khantoke palace on Phra Pokklao Road, Chiang Mai.

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Central Airport Plaza Department Stores hosted a Valentine’s Day celebration. Shown here, Chao Duangduen Na Chiangmai (center), chairwoman of the Chiang Mai Provincial Cultural Council, cuts the ribbon to mark the opening of the celebration event called “Love Festival 2003”. With her is Chalermsak Suranant (left), director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Chiang Mai Office and other guests of honor.

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