Vol. II No. 39 - Saturday September 27 - October 3, 2003
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Chiang Mai Municipality wants roads repaired by mid-October

Chiang Mai Waterworks to pressure contractors

Pressure from the municipality being put on the Regional Waterworks in Chiang Mai to speed up road repairs has reached bursting point. The five construction companies who excavated the city’s roads to lay high pressure pipes are now the ones under pressure.

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Strong earthquake rocks Myanmar, parts of Thailand


Saxophone Obsession with Narisa

The Saxophone Obsession concert at the Somsavali Auditorium at Payap University was just as hip and cool as it was sophisticated. 19-year-old musician Narisa stepped forward and dazzled a crowd of several hundred with her warm, lyrical saxophone solos.

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CMIS Founders’ Day Games

Chiang Mai International School celebrated its Founders’ Day on Thursday September 18 with a daylong series of events in honor of the men and women who, over the past fifty years, have helped to make the school what it is today.

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Thai prime minister expects 8 percent economic growth next year

Thailand’s economy should expand by 8 percent in 2004, a sharp jump from the 6 percent growth expected this year, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Monday, September 15th. Thaksin’s upbeat forecast follows a series of bullish revisions for this year’s growth in gross domestic product as quarterly economic statistics have been rosier than expected.

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Offbeat tourist attractions by the side of the road

They run the gamut from cheap and tacky to mildly amusing to downright peculiar. You don’t usually find them in American Automobile Association tour books; they’re not rated and they come with no guarantees.

They’re the offbeat tourist attractions, and Indiana - like most states - has plenty of them.

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