Vol. IV No. 34 - Saturday August  20 - August  26, 2005
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Chiang Mai floods worst in 40 years

Mayor forced to eat his words, PM blames encroachment

This woman in the Night Bazaar area doesn’t look too bothered by it all - in fact, she looks rather pleased with herself as all others are struggling around her. The Red Lion and ‘Haus Muenchen’ in the background are, during this photo, in the middle of a river. (Photo by Nopniwat Krailerg)

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NEWS

Blaze rages through famous hotel in central Chiang Mai


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FEATURES
SPORT

HM Queen Sirikit birthday celebration

A celebration to mark HM Queen Sirikit’s 73rd birthday was held at the Northern Study Center, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai led by cabinet ministers and their wives. Pol. Gen. Chitchai Wannasathit, deputy PM and minister of justice; ACM Kongsak Wantana, minister of interior and MPs, senators, governors, and others joined the celebration which was broadcast to the other four regions throughout the country.

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Chiang Mai regional school sports competition kicks off

Chiang Mai regional school sports will be held between August 15-31 with schools from all districts of Chiang Mai. 

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Dutch Foundation assists Northern School for the Blind

There are two public schools for blind children established in Thailand. The school for the northern part of the country is located in Chiang Mai. 240 children attend this school or go to other schools and are mentored by the teachers of this school. Most of them stay in the dormitory at the school.

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Special babies born last year at Mae Sa Elephant Camp

Watching baby animals as they learn their parents’ skills and master the art of living independently is always appealing. At the Mae Sa Elephant Camp, that includes some very special skills that are sure to enchant tourists.

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