Vol. III No. 4 - Saturday January 24 - January 30, 2004
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Jack Frost visits Royal Angkhang Agriculture Station again

A real winter experience

On January 19 the mercury fell at
Doi Angkhang Mountain to less than one degree Celsius, once again producing a white blanket of frost for the visitors.

Many tourists have visited royal Angkhang Agriculture Station on Doi Angkhang Mountain recently, wishing to experience the phenomenon called frost.

On January 19 the mercury fell at Doi Angkhang Mountain to less than one degree Celsius, once again producing a white blanket of frost for the visitors.

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NEWS

Early morning fog disrupts Chiang Mai Airport



FEATURES
SPORT

21st Bo Sang Umbrella Festival and San Kamphaeng Handicraft Fair

Spectacular and colorful

The Umbrella Festival and San Kamphaeng Handicraft Fair took place at Bo Sang Village, San Kamphaeng District, where the local cottage industry of umbrella making and handicraft production is still preserved.

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ICC Development Program announces Regional Award Winners for 2003

Best Junior Development Initiative - Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance

The International Cricket Council program recently announced the regional winners of their 2003 Annual Awards.

The award winners are spread out over 20 cricket-playing countries across the globe, stretching from Mozambique to Thailand to the Cayman Islands. This is the second successive year of the Annual Awards program, and the first time all five regions have taken part.

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM

Fuel prices pegged

The government has finally stepped in to curb soaring gasoline prices in the domestic market, pegging the prices of benzene octane 95, benzene octane 91, and diesel at 16.99 baht, 16.19 baht, and 14.59 baht respectively.

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra met with top-ranked officials of the Ministry of Energy at the Government House and said the government had finally decided to intervene in the domestic oil market after monitoring the world oil situation, and seeing that world oil prices rose in an irregular trend against the market mechanism.

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It takes two to tango - THAI woos customers

Suvarnabhumi Airport discussed

Thai Airways International (THAI) recently held its annual customer airlines conference in Chiang Mai. Kanok Abhiradee, THAI’s president said they decided on Chiang Mai as the venue for the conference to support the government’s policy to develop Chiang Mai as the regional aviation hub.

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