Vol. III No. 48 - Saturday November 27 - December 3, 2004
 

 

 

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Celebrating the Festival of Lights

Thousands of hot air balloons were released last Saturday night at the Buddhist meditation center, Tu Dong Ka Sathaan Lanna, in Sansai. 25,000 people turned up to experience this breathtaking event.

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NEWS

50,000 baht reward for capture of escapee who shot policeman

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Top of the ‘minority’ pops

Seven-group collaboration concert

Over 4,000 minority group people enjoyed the First International Pop Concert by Mekong Hill Tribe Musicians arranged by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Radio Thailand Chiang Mai (RTC).

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Half Moon wins Chiang Mai Pool League

After an exciting end to the season, Half Moon finished as champions of the Chiang Mai Pool League, and thereby earned the honor of hosting the end of season awards presentation party on November 19.

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BUSINESS
OUR COMMUNITY

Labor Ministry expects a quarter million Thais to lose jobs next year

The Ministry of Labor has forecast that over a quarter million Thais may become unemployed next year, and has prepared measures to cope with the situation. Permanent Secretary for Labor Jaruphong Ruengsuwan said the ministry has begun a scheme to monitor employment and job creating with guidelines and alarm mechanisms for workers for the year 2005.

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School for Life ‘royal’ official opening

Princess tells children to never stop dreaming!

The official opening of the School for Life was presided over by HRH Maja Synke Princess von Hohenzollern, who is associated with the Free University in Berlin, Germany.

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