Vol. III No. 47 - Saturday November 20 - November 26, 2004
 

 

 

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Peace Hour promised at Thapae Gate

Weekly Friday rally in the name of freedom

Peace lovers gather at the Friday, November 12 peace rally. (Photo by Cholpon Akmatova) 

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NEWS

Gunmen strafe school bus, killing driver and injuring 5 students

 


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Exactly my cup of tea

An evening with Book Kitavadhana

The audience experienced a masterpiece of an evening at Gong Dee Studio in Soi Nimmanhaemin when Book Kitavadhana returned to the stage for his first concert in five years. It was musical theater that was sold out in four days after the event was published in the Chiangmai Mail, and one that enchanted the entire audience.

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China beats Nigeria, Italy succumbs to Brazil

China beat Nigeria 1-0 while Brazil beat Italy 2-1 at the 700 Year Anniversary Stadium in the first two matches in Group B of the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship on November 10.

In the first match between Nigeria and China, the first half ended with neither side able to score. However, Zhang Ying, the Chinese No 8 scored the only goal of the match in the 80th minute and China picked up three points from this match.

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Bernina opens second factory in Lamphun

On October 28, the Thai operations of the world-famous sewing machine manufacturer Bernina opened its second factory in the Northern Region Industrial Estate in Lamphun.

Hans-Peter Erismann, the Swiss Ambassador, Hans-Peter Ueltschi, owner of the Bernina group from the headquarter in Switzerland; Udom Phuasakul, Governor of Lamphun, and Klaus Hawelka, Managing Director of Bernina (Thailand), welcomed 100 distinguished guests at the opening ceremony.

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Pizza, Pool Party and Mocktails at Prem

On Friday, November 12, the boarding students from Prem Tinsulanonda International School (Prem) held a pool party to celebrate all the birthdays from August to November. We were all allowed to invite three friends from the day school and our guests from Kardinia International College of Australia also joined us for a more enjoyable time.

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