Vol. III No. 44 - Saturday October 31 - November 5, 2004

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Chiang Mai celebrates King Chulalongkorn Day

Governor Suwat Tantipat led the government officials and the public in paying respect.

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Tennis is my dream fostered in Chiang Mai

International consulate tennis supports needy children

A very special tennis tournament was served up last Saturday afternoon – a diplomatic tennis match with three representatives from the different consulates in Chiang Mai, together with Governor Suwat Tantipat, in a ‘ferocious’ doubles competition, all in the name of a good cause.

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BMW Motorrad celebrates Grand Opening with the launch of the K1200 S ‘power plant on wheels’

The Grand Opening of BMW Motorrad at V.V.P. Automobile was a historic event for all the motorbike fans of the Northern region. The parking place of V.V.P. Dealer looked like a motorbike parade in full force or as government sources would say: “Chiang Mai will be the Biker Hub of Northern Thailand”.

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Arrest yourself when under the influence of a negative thought

“Use mental floss for uncertainty and confusion”

You recognize the signs and symptoms when company morale starts to plummet – employees shuffle into work like marionettes, pulled only by a string of survival needs. People are showing up late, or not at all, and new ideas are harder to find than Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction. Sometimes an outrageous interruption of an emerging negative pattern is imperative to revitalize the work force. Enter the “pattern interrupt.”

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A Royal tour on a weekend trip to Malaysia

With the world getting smaller and smaller and the flight prices dropping it is nowadays very affordable to take weekend trips to neighboring countries. And in this case Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. And if you are at least a little bit interested in art and culture there are some ‘musts’ in what to see.

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