Vol. IV No. 32 - Saturday August 6 - August 12, 2005
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Long Live Her Majesty Queen Sirikit

Caring Mother of the Thai Nation

August 12 is a very special day throughout the Thai Kingdom, as it is the day the entire nation celebrates the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Birthday.

Today’s edition of the Chiangmai Mail incorporates, with our profound love and respect, a special tribute to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, on the auspicious occasion Her Seventy-Third Birthday.

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Rai Mae Fah Luang Foundation Chiang Rai

If you literally translate Rai Mae Fah Luang you get Garden (rai), Mother (mae), Sky (fah) and Royal (luang), which in a small way shows the love and heart-felt respect the hill tribe people felt for the much loved Princess Mother. Originally founded to preserve the handicrafts and customs of the various tribes, and to provide more income from farming, Rai Mae Fah Luang started to have a life of its own.

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Yuparaj School wins Area 1 Basketball Competition

The final round for the Under-18 year olds basketball tournament, in this year’s Chiang Mai Education Area 1 Basketball Competition, took place at the Chiang Mai Municipality Stadium on July 28, with eight teams making it to the finals.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

In search of new designers

Northern SMEs organized a seminar titled “Lanna Handicraft Designer Development” and “Handicraft Design Contest”, looking for six trainees to let them continue learning at a well-known design institute in Thailand.

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US Consulate celebrates completion of The Wall

To mark the end of the wall construction at the US Consulate (except for ongoing landscaping), a party was organized on Friday, July 29. US Ambassador Ralph Boyce presided over the official end to the eight-month long construction, which provides the Consulate with a new wall and entry areas.

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