Vol. IV No. 21 - Saturday May 21 - May 27, 2005
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Miss Universe competitors from eight countries descend on Chiang Mai

(From left) Miss Sri Lanka Rozanne Diasz, Miss Trinidad & Tobago Magdalene Walcott, Miss Thailand Chananthorn Rosechan, Miss United Kingdom Brooke Johnston, Miss Turkey Dilek Aksoy, Miss Venezuela Monica Spear, Miss USA Chelsea Cooley and Miss Kenya Rachel Marete pose at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Resort during their visit to Chiang Mai.

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World War II Museum in Khun Yuam district, Mae Hong Son

Old men tell that, during World War II, Japanese soldiers moved through the upper northern region, especially Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son. Japanese troops set up a road from Mae Malai, Chiang Mai, to reach Khun Yuam district, Mae Hong Son, a road that earned the sad name of “Death Road”, as many persons died during its construction.

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Farewell tennis tournament for the Jardines

Calcutta’s newly appointed US Consul Henry Jardine made an enormous impact in Chiang Mai during his stint here. Some of the impact was seen on the tennis courts last weekend, when a special farewell tournament saw the local tennis players from the diplomatic and business community attempting to emulate Cobra Gold exercises with some dangerous hits to the outfield, with many participants narrowly escaping injury.

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Prem Community Grade 5 Media Exhibition

This coming week, Grade 5 students at the Prem Tinsulanonda International School (Prem) will be staging the school’s first Primary Years Programme (PYP) Exhibition. The exhibition is an in-depth inquiry into a particular topic, undertaken by students in their final year of the PYP.

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Bollywood came to Nara Restaurant

A simple birthday party for Tienchai Sooktiang, director of Voice Studio, turned into a costume party in the romantic setting of the Nara Restaurant.

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