Vol. II No. 22 Saturday 31 May - 6 June 2003
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1,300 rai of forests destroyed

Deputy PM gives authorities 15 days to arrest culprits

At the special task force conference on preventing and suppressing the illegal deforestation in Hod and Mae Chaem districts, Chiang Mai and Mae Sariang and Mae La Noi districts in Mae Hong Son that there were two plots of forest land of 800 and 500 rai respectively in Mae Chaem district that had been severely invaded by illegal loggers.

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NEWS

Chiang Mai Governor Pisit Khetphasook transferred



FEATURES
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Sbun-Nga Textile Museum now open

Sbun-Nga Textile Museum had its soft opening on the May 23 at Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center. Aukkaradej Nakbanlung, the owner of the museum, presented old and rare textiles with some exhibits more than one thousand years old.

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Junior tennis players looking to be the next Paradorn

Over 400 children aged between 8-16 years old participated in the 2nd Youth Tennis Tournament of the Northern Region at Chiang Mai’s 700 Years Anniversary Sport Complex during May 24-25

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
PM says the world needs more Thai restaurants

The government will provide financial support to Thai people living overseas who want to open Thai restaurants so that Thai cuisine will be expanded worldwide, according to Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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President of the Constitutional Court Office at the Amari Watergate Hotel

Pierre-Andre Pelletier (center), general manager of the Amari Watergate Hotel, recently welcomed Kamol Tongdhamachart (2nd left), president of the Constitutional Court Office, upon his arrival to preside over the opening ceremony of a seminar and ceremony to celebrate the Office of the Constitutional Court’s 5th Anniversary.

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