Vol. IV No. 22 - Saturday May 28 - June 3, 2005
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Buddhists make the long climb to Doi Suthep

Many people made the steep climb up to Doi Suthep on the eve of Visakha Bucha to take part in the traditional ceremony of offering water granted by the royal family. 

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Symbols of Love

May has long been a traditional month for weddings. But being able to find your soul mate and having the chance to celebrate the most important day of your life on a date which reads 20-05-2005 is a ‘once in a lifetime’ chance. This chance happened at the wedding of Amari Rincome General Manager Wim Fagel and his bride, the former Pinkaew Chuaboonmee.

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San Kamphaeng win Chiang Mai Administrative Cup

Chiang Mai Cup I, 2005, organized by Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organization, found a champion, and the San Kamphaeng team is 50,000 baht richer, plus a trophy presented by Thawatwong Na Chiang Mai.

On May 22 at Chiang Mai’s 700 Years Anniversary Stadium, two soccer matches took place between Mae Rim and Doi Lo to find the second runner-up, and San Kamphaeng versus Saraphi competing for the championship.

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Grace production a sell-out

All that hard work finally paid of as Grace International School presented this year’s production, “The Mail-Order Bride” to sold-out audiences on May 13th and 14th.

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Winning the battle against tuberculosis

The Rotary Club of Chiangmai West had a very interesting visitor, Romel Saulog Lacson, who was eager to pass on his message to help fight tuberculosis.

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