Vol. IV No. 25 - Saturday June 18 - June 24, 2005
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Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever eradication plans in motion

PAO initiates a program after 200 sufferers are found

Thawatwong Na Chiangmai (3rd from left), Chiang Mai PAO president, chairs the opening ceremony of mosquito larvae elimination program.

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Chiang Mai ancient corners established in ancient times

Chiang Mai is also known as the Rose of the North, and is an important city in the northern region. Chiang Mai is a city filled with ancient sites, antiques and examples of the old Lanna culture. It was established 709 years ago by King Meng Rai, the original ruler of the Meng Rai dynasty and is one of the oldest cities in the northern region.

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Chiang Mai, Ubon Ratchathani earn split in 4th Takraw Thailand League

The first match of the 4th Takraw Thailand League took place in Chiang Mai on June 11 at the Saraphi Pittayakhom School gymnasium. The first round was between Chiang Mai and Ubon Ratchathani with supporters coming from all regions.

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Graduation day at CMIS

Thirty-one CMIS seniors were officially launched into the wider world on June 9. Graduation Day 2005 at CMIS was a joyful celebration of the end of classroom toil, the honoring of years of treasured memories and the anticipation of gloriously bright futures.

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Alai Krathong, Thai-Brunei cultural music exchange performance

Radio Thailand and Radio Television Brunei organized a cultural music exchange performance “Alai Krathong” at Kad Theater, Chiang Mai, to promote the cooperation in radio broadcasting between Thailand and Brunei Darussalam. This activity was one of the ASEAN projects to encourage bilateral relationships.

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