Chiang Mai University holds Craft Arts Exhibition
The Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University,
organized a “Craft Arts Exhibition”, displaying ceramics and ornaments
to run between June 15-28, 2005, at the exhibition room of the Faculty of
Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University.
crafts displayed at the Craft Arts Exhibition.
On June 15, Assoc. Prof. Mom Luang Surasawat Sooksawat, dean of the Fine
Arts faculty, presided over the opening ceremony of the exhibition. This
exhibition gathered handicraft artifacts created by students of the fine
arts faculty studying ceramics and jewelry.
Baan Pa Mai Daeng School produces Thailand cricketer
Local boy makes good
Last week saw great excitement at Baan Pa Mai Daeng
School as Thailand Under 13 Coach, David Buck presented newly selected
player, Supakan Somboon with his sponsored equipment. Supakan was departing
for Bangkok to train with the Thailand Under 13 side. This side is due to
play in Malaysia in the forthcoming Ja’afar Tournament in July.
Somboon holding on to the kit presented to him by David Buck, director of
coaching, C.M.S.C.A. Also present Principal Ajarn Kanit Chailangka, sports
teacher Ajarn Pirun Pongsuk and teacher Ajarn Supaporn Suwanna.
Supakan started his career under the guidance of softball
coach Eric Little and in a very short time progressed to the hardball arena.
This school has produced a further five boys who have
been selected for the Chiang Mai Under 13 squad, thanks to the support and
hard work of their Sports Teacher Ajarn Pirun Pongsuk. Over 40 children at
this school have shown tremendous interest in the game.
Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance is delighted with the progress that
is being made in the Doi Saket Schools.
Chiang Mai Mekong exhibition moves to Bangkok
The photo exhibition “Mysterious Mekong: A journey
through the heart of Indochina” will be displayed at the lobby of the
Chalerm Prakiat Building on the grounds of the Siam Society in Bangkok on
June 30 in conjunction with its Annual General Meeting.
The exhibition, which will last until July 20, was
compiled by Reinhard Hohler and dedicated to the German explorer Dr. Adolf
Bastian, who traveled on the river in 1864.
“Hovercraft Expedition Mekong” was co-organized by
Diethelm Travel and the Brooker Group in Bangkok on November 2-17, 2002 and
covered nearly 3.000 km of the river from Simao Port in Yunnan to its delta
in the southern part of Vietnam. As the seats for an Australian film crew on
the return journey were cancelled because of the Bali bombing accident in
Indonesia, tour director Reinhard Hohler made it alone back to China. In his
photo exhibition “Mysterious Mekong”, Hohler will position, protect and
promote the different geographical and economic aspects of the river. On
show will be a map of the river plus 72 well-selected photos to demonstrate
the successful outcome of the expedition.
The 72 photos - available on CD - will highlight the
expedition via Jinghong in China through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, and
Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, displaying the hovercraft, the six
members of the expedition and the river scenery of the Greater Mekong
Sub-region. The transfer of the hovercraft around the Khon Falls in Southern
Laos will be dramatically exposed. Besides a spectacular side trip to
Angkor, there is also shown the gravesite of the world-famous French
explorer Henri Mouhot in Luang Prabang to give the exhibition historical
Preparations to hold the exhibition were completed after
its opening ceremony at the Sheraton Chiang Mai Hotel on March 25 for the
PATA Mekong Tourism Forum 2004. The display of the exhibition was mainly
sponsored by the German Embassy in Bangkok. It has already been to other
venues, such as the L’Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient Chiang Mai in
January 2005 and the Sofitel Royal Angkor Hotel and Spa at Siem
Reap/Cambodia in March 2005.
The Siam Society under royal patronage since 1904 and is
located at 131 Asoke Road, Sukhumvit Soi 21 and in easy reach of the MRTA
underground system and the Skytrain. Open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Tuesday
For further information, please contact Reinhard Hohler
by email [email protected]
Ban Sabai Spa and Mae Ping Agriculture team preserve Chiang Mai environment
Chiangmai Mail reporters
Ajarn Sujit Nokum, ex-education officer from Amphur Doi
Saket and owner of Mae Ping Agriculture is teaching Ban Sabai Spa how to
preserve the Chiang Mai environment, using Development Micro Organism
(D.M.O.) for cleansing, planting, plant fertilizer and pesticide and also
how to use recycled waste water at Ban Sabai Spa.
Chitra and Ajarn Sujit Nokum surrounded by the Ban Sabai Spa team.
If you use D.M.O. to plant, the microorganisms will
change the soil to a higher quality by producing nutrition for plants while
they are better protected from disease. D.M.O. is free from toxins and
chemicals and saves costs and it is not dangerous for the health of the
producer and the consumer and safe for the environment.
For more information about D.M.O., call: 0 5325 5599.
YMCA inviting young people to attend its activities
Chiangmai Mail reporters
The YMCA is inviting young people to join in Peace
Building, Youth Employment, Holistic Education and HIV/AIDS Prevention
activities. Any young person aged 18-30 years old and able to communicate in
English, by reading, writing and speaking qualifies.
The announcement was made by Jularat Pongthadsirikul,
foreign relations deputy secretary-general of YMCA jointly with Asia and
Pacific Alliance of YMCAs organized Youth Exchange Program
Any youngster wishing to join in these activities can ask
for more details and an application form at counter service of Chiang Mai
YMCA (Santitham) or call at 0 5322 1819-20, #1102, 1104 or every branch of
YMCA office. Deadline to present the application form is on June 30, 2005.
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