Vol. IV No. 13 - Saturday March 26 - April 1, 2005
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Air pollution in Chiang Mai soars

Chiang Mai’s atmosphere is laden with dust concentrations higher than the accepted standard. (Photo by Nopniwat Krailerg)

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Sleeping Beauty and Manohra Fantasy

More than one hundred years ago magic was created on stage when Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty was performed for the first time. Sleeping Beauty is still fascinating even for those who claim that ballet is boring. After staging the Nutcracker Suite last year, Chiangmai Ballet was back with a brilliant array of dancers, two new stories, new choreography and again simply stunning costumes and dancers.

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Chiang Mai Sixes starts with a full house

When the 18th Chiang Mai Sixes gets underway this weekend at the old Gymkhana Club ground in the northern capital, there’ll be a full complement of 30 teams taking part. An average of eight players per team brings at least 240 cricketers to Chiang Mai, add many families and friends and it means the Sixes will kick-off at the max this year.

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FERC delivers benefit gala proceeds

After their successful 6th Annual Benefit Gala on February 19, 2005 at Baan Wongmalee which raised half a million baht, members of FERC (Foundation for the Education of Rural Children) delivered 87,700 baht to Nampu Thai School outside of Lamphun.

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Drowning the Shamrock at Soho Bar

May you be half an hour in Heaven before the devil knows you’re dead. That was the motto of this year’s St. Patrick’s Night at the Soho Bar in Huay Kaew Road, opposite Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel. Paddy Linehan hosted this genuine Irish night on March 17, with food, drinks, songs, music, laughter and lies, as is customary at that traditional celebration.

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