Vol. IV No. 23 - Saturday June 4 - June 10, 2005
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Slow progress on flyovers draws complaints

Traffic jams and inconvenience to continue to April 2006

Abandoned heavy machinery sits idle at Kuang Singh intersection.

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700,000 ya ba pills found in Lanna Hospital parking lot


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Rotary sponsors “new eyes” for old

One unfortunate result of an aging population is cataract formation. This slow-growing cloudiness of the lens of the eye slowly dims the vision until only ghostly shapes can be seen. The quality of life is drastically reduced, and the elderly lose the will to live in a partially sighted world.

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Outstanding achievements recognized at Prem Sports Banquet

Prem Tinsulanonda International School held its annual Sports Banquet to honor students who participated in various sports teams throughout the year.

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HeArt of the Street

On Saturday 28 May 2005, an unusual HeArt Exhibition opened at Chiangmai University’s Art Museum on Nimmanhaemin Road. This art exhibition, which is organized by the Volunteer Group for Children’s Development (VGCD) to support street children, can be visited from 28 May to 11 June 2005.

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Thai Together

Did you ever meet a couple where you could feel the power behind every word which was spoken? Joan and Eddie Marcus from New York make such a couple.

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