Vol. III No. 23 - Saturday June 5 - June 11, 2004


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National Geographic slams Chiang Mai as tourist destination

After the rhetoric, here comes the truth

Construction work in Chiang Mai City has a negative environmental impact. (Photo by Saksit Meesubkwang)

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Entertainment venues warned to toe the 48-year-old line

 


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Prem’s first International Baccalaureates

Prem Tinsulanonda International School Graduation 2004

Creativity, Action, and Service, were the important requirements for the first class of the Prem Tinsulanonda International School to receive the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. 16 students, representing 14 nationalities graduated on Friday, May 28, 2004.

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Honours shared in weekend tournament

This weekend the Chiang Mai Under 13 Squad hosted Khon Kaen at a two-day tournament of both indoor and outdoor cricket. This return visit by Khon Kaen began on Saturday with a 35 over cricket match held at the Gymkhana Club. Khon Kaen batted first. The decision to bowl first seemed to backfire on Chiang Mai as the bowlers found it difficult to control the wet ball (due to overnight rain), and Khon Kaen got off to a good start, and by the tenth over were 46 runs without loss.

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BUSINESS
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Manufacturers advised on the European trends

Hopefully will win new customers

Marti Curro, a Spanish home decor expert spoke on designs of home furniture and decor for the European market. He was invited by the Northern Industrial Promotion Center invited to speak at the seminar held at the Novotel Hotel.

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Thailand-South Korea to increase flights

Thailand and South Korea have agreed to increase the number of flights for passengers and cargoes from 39 to 46 flights a week, and remove tonnage capacity and flights frequency limits for cargo aircrafts, the Deputy Transport Minister said. Vichet Kasemthongsri indicated that the aviation accord between Thailand and South Korea should strengthen trade, investment and tourism between the two countries

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