Vol. II No.  30 Saturday 26 July - August 1, 2003
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Best Wishes to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on His Royal Birthday

His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn was born on July 28, 1952, in the Ambara Villa of the Royal Dusit Palace in Bangkok. He is the second of four children, and is the only son of Their Majesties King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great and Queen Sirikit.

The Crown Prince received His primary schooling at Udorn Hall of the Dusit Palace and attended secondary school in Sussex and Sumerset, England. In August 1970, the Crown Prince attended the King’s School, Paramatta, Sydney, Australia and in 1976, He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Military Studies at the University of New South Wales.

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Top cops award goes to Chiang Rai provincial police

Japanese tourist missing from jungle trek found dead

Doi Tung Palace celebrates Princess Mother Day


National tree planting conducted for His Majesty the King

Wing 41 held a Cassia Fistula or Golden Shower tree-planting project to honor His Majesty the King in celebrating his 80th birthday in 2007. Group Captain Suraphan Suwannatat, the deputy commander for flight operations of Wing 41 presided over the event. The tree planting events have taken place in many areas around Wing 41 since July 16.

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Cheerleader Thailand Championship 2003 to take place in Chiang Mai this August

As part of the To Be Number One project, a nationwide cheerleader contest is planned to encourage teenagers to exercise and get away from drugs.

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Budget presented in Saha Group’s Trade Exhibition

Worldclass Rent a Car Co., Ltd. (Budget Car and Truck Rental of Thailand), the world’s leading rental car firm, participated in the 7th Saha Group Export & Trade Exhibition as an affiliation of Sahapat.

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US$5.8 million campaign to boost Singapore exhibition and convention industry

Singapore’s exhibition and convention industry on July 17 unveiled a US$5.8 million ($241.2 million baht) promotional campaign designed to invigorate this hard-hit sector in the wake of the recent SARS crisis. The campaign is spearheaded by SACEOS (Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers) and is expected to reach Asia, Europe and the USA.

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