Vol. IV No. 8 - Saturday February 19 - February 25, 2005
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Mass transportation has arrived for Chiang Mai

26 minibuses have arrived, been painted up nice, and will offer a new choice of transportation in Chiang Mai.

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NEWS

Hans Blix states his views on what happened in Iraq


FEATURES
SPORT

Chinese New Year heralded in with bangs and cymbals

Chiang Mai stages fantastic two day festival in Lao Jow Street

Lao Jow Street is renowned as the ancient Chinese-Thai quarter in Chiang Mai, sometimes called the Chiang Mai Chinatown and, naturally, that is where the celebration for Chinese New Year took place, with the old year being chased away and the new year welcomed in.

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Fourth Annual Tennis Consulate Cup - a three day affair

The U.S. Consulate Generalís eagerly anticipated Consulate Cup IV tennis tournament went off without a hitch last weekend, when 16 eager doubles players competed for two tacky trophies and had a lot of fun. Well, maybe there were some hitches - if you count dashed hopes and faded dreams of taking the trophies this time around.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Prem takes honors at CMAC track and field meet

The atmosphere at the Chiang Mai Athletic Conference track and field meet was exciting for the competitors even before it began. School athletes were there by 8.30 a.m., although the meet didnít start until 9 a.m. It seemed as if this was a mini-Olympic games for Chiang Mai schools, because so many nations were represented.

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Movement in Nature exhibition popular

The latest art exhibition at the Chiang Maiís Writers Club and Wine Bar opened in mid-February, and nearly half the paintings on show have already been sold.

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