Vol. IV No. 12 - Saturday March 19 - March 25, 2005
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Kantoke Feast for elephants

It was a majestic site when over 100 elephants emerged from the jungle to take part in the “Elephant Day” celebrations at Maesa Elephant Camp (Photo by Michael Vogt)

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Chao Kokaew Prakaykavil na Chiang Mai passes away in Bangkok

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Tilokarat history on display at Chiang Mai Province Museum

Visitors to Chiang Mai should not miss this museum, not far from the city center, that presents the interesting history of the King Tilokarat period, where antiques, works of art and Lanna handicrafts and much more awaits. It is on Inthawarorot Road beside the Three Kings Monument.

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Dirty match results in clean sheet for farangs

And so it was with a degree of trepidation that the Farangutans assembled for the second match of the season. Trepidation not so much due to the previous week’s defeat, but because of the shockingly early 9 a.m. kick-off.

This early start was new territory for the boys, and may have accounted for a couple of absentees - what was rather surprising though was that Ross was not one of these - on the contrary, he arrived looking sharp, fresh and ready to do battle. And this he endeavoured to do, kicking lumps out of his opponent from start to finish! And it was just this type of fighting spirit that was required to banish the disappointment of the game the week before. Mae Khajan provided the opposition; could the mighty Farangutans clock up their first league victory?

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Well-Being day at Prem puts theory into praxis

Last Friday, the Grade 2-3 classes at the Prem Tinsulanonda International School came together for a day of various activities that promote making healthy choices in our lives. To be a well-balanced person, we looked at the decisions we make in our diet, personal hygiene, and rest and exercise routines.

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River Ping Palace Resort and Restaurant organises Artwork Exhibition

An art exhibition was organized at the River Ping Palace Resort and Restaurant on Charoen Prathet Road, Chiang Mai, by the two artists Chang Lek and Galen Garwood.

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