Vol. III No. 49 - Saturday December 4 - December 10, 2004



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Long Live His Majesty The King

On this most auspicious occasion, Chiangmai Mail would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 77th Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. Inside this issue is an 8-page color supplement, written by special correspondent Peter Cummins, in honor of this most beloved Monarch.

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Travel show to bring in 75 billion baht to Chiang Mai



The spirits of the ancestors

HM the King brings hill tribes into today’s world

Great leaders, in the history of the world, are those who have seen what has needed to be done to bring their peoples into a current time-frame. Our revered Majesty, King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, is one of those leaders.

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New deals on wheels displayed at 13th Motor Show

The 13th Motor Show was officially opened on November 27 at the Central Airport Plaza and will run until December 5.

New cars from BMW, Chevrolet, Alfa Romeo, Toyota, Peugeot, Citroen, Audi, Volkswagen and Seat are on display, with most of the models coming from local distributors.

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Digital ICT 2004 Fair at CMU Convention Hall

The latest feature – total immersion sound

Aren’t we spoiled in Chiang Mai? In the bad old days, we had to travel to Bangkok to get a hold of the latest PCs, notebooks, printers, and the numerous latest must-have gadgets one likes to show off with, such as thumb drives playing MP3-music, cameras smaller than matchboxes, and pocket PCs capable of doing unmentionable things in your pockets, much greater than their old-fashioned desktop brothers.

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Three Rotary clubs assist Mae Saap village near Samuung

The Rotary Clubs of Chiangmai South, Mae Chan Chiangrai and Phra Pinklao-Thonburi Bangkok visited Mae Saap, a small village in the hills, one hour drive from Samuung, with unusual Loy Krathong gifts.

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