Vol. II No. 14 Saturday 5 April - 11 April 2003
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  Anti-war protesters stage die in at American Consulate

A gathering of Chiang Mai people, joining with United for Peace (Northern Thailand), marched from Thapae Gate to the American Consulate on March 29 to protest against the War in the Gulf. The marchers included students from Chiang Mai University, Thais and foreigners and United for Peace members.

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Chakri Dynasty commemorated on April 6

Chakri Day (April 6) was first instituted by H.M. King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in the year 1919 to commemorate all the Kings in the Chakri Dynasty, which started with Rama I and continues to this day with Rama IX, H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great.

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Cricket Sixes: Gipsies, Darjeeling Shine

The Sixteenth Chiangmai International Cricket Sixes and the Fourth Chiang Mai Sawasdee Cricket Cup were “off and running”, so to speak, at the Chiengmai Gymkhana Club last weekend. The Gloucestershire Gipsies and Darjeeling were the ace teams on the day, winning both their scheduled games in the Round Robin matches, while in the Spoon Division no clear leader had emerged after two days.

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Textile purchase orders from US and EU remain intact

Textile exports to the United States and the European Union have not yet been affected by the US-Iraq war as total purchase orders remain intact. Suchart Chantranakaraj, president of the Thai Clothing Industry’s Association, said the purchasing orders from the US and EU had not yet dropped and he believes the war will not adversely affect the export of Thai textiles.

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The personnel and training department at Novotel Hotel, Chiang Mai launches their monthly clean-up campaign in the hotel areas, so as to help keep the city clean.

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