Vol. II No. 35 Saturday August 30 - September 5, 2003
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What else has to happen?

Another complaint about the rise in immigration fees

What else has to happen?

Editor;

It was a miracle that nobody got killed or seriously injured when this accident happened on Canal Road. How many more accidents need to take place until they increase the safety signs on this road? Or should we say until they put up some safety signs? This accident happened now to the road workers

The law of gravity themselves who were not aware that, due to heavy rain showers, the whole road is hollow and these kinds of accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, with a lot more damage and even death! The big wheel trucks, buses, and normal vehicles just recklessly overpass anything without thinking and without paying attention to motorbikes or pedestrians. A collision at nighttime on this dark road can be horrendous!
Karl Heinz Behme


Another complaint about the rise in immigration fees

Editor;

Cher Hans Cobbs and Thomas Whyss, merci beaucoup for saying aloud what so many of us are thinking inside! Yes, the rise in the charge at the immigration office is more than ridiculous.

We come here to bring money to the country - we love the people, we love the food, we are discriminated at every tourist attraction and still pay but now I believe the government wants to prove that they do not need residents and tourists anymore.

I believe this is a declaration of war against all foreigners. I read many papers and I think this government wants to rule this lovely country like a business and forgets that a business is not alive and breathing but that in this country it has to deal with human beings.

If the prices go up more, I have to rethink if it is not cheaper to live somewhere else where I am welcome.
What a shame. Very sorry.

Gerard Seline
Chiang Rai



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