Vol. IV No. 37 - Saturday September 10 - September 16, 2005
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Ugandan King visits Chiang Mai and admires royal projects

HM Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, Ugandan King and his staff receive a warm welcome at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, Chiang Mai.

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Tabasco sauce still sizzles 130 years later

Have you ever noticed that little bottles of Tabasco Sauce are found in restaurants all over Thailand? The sauce fits right in with the Thai love of chilies. We’ve asked for, and received, Tabasco in a myriad of locations and the company says the sauce is distributed to 160 countries worldwide.

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Farangutans stop the rot with eleventh hour victory

After suffering a recent string of heavy reverses, the Farangutans traveled out to Mae Faek this last Sunday with only one thing in mind: victory!

In glorious sunshine, the newly strengthened squad warmed up for the game with an impromptu session of foot/volleyball, bonding the team and providing the rusty Westerners with a chance to get their eye in and their legs moving. Many of the Farangutans had been away all summer (typical teachers you might say!), and it was a welcome sight to behold a large playing squad eager for kick-off.

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Military Training for LIST grades 10-12

Lanna International School (LIST) has started its military training program. Students from grades 10-12 were sent to a training seminar at “Shift Training Centre”, Chom Thong School in Chom Thong district, Chiang Mai.

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Chiang Mai Thriller Night

Dr. Howard Graves recently arranged a private film night with almost 50 people accepting the invitation. Dr. Graves said, “I am interested in promoting locally produced films. There is a good deal of talent working in the field, but little outlet for their films and, seeing the response tonight, I am proud to say, we have Chiang Mai residents here as young as 12 and as old as 75.”

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