Vol. IV No. 38 - Saturday September 17 - September 23, 2005
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Continued rain in Chiang Mai floods San Sai and Sam Kamphaeng

Villagers and Border patrol police set up sandbag barriers around Baan Mae Fak in San Sai District Chiang Mai, on September 12.

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Villages in Mae Maw, Mae Tha and Lampang flooded


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Debussy’s piano music fills Gong Dee Gallery

“To my dear Chouchou, with affectionate apologies from your Father, for what is to follow.” This dedication was written by Claude Debussy in 1908 above ‘Children’s Corner’, the musical gift to his three year old daughter. 

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Mountain Biking in Maejo

Sunday 11th September, and it’s an early start for some 500 Thais who somehow all manage to locate a bicycle and converge on the small village of Bo Pang. This annual cycling festival is in part a celebration of the life-giving rainy season, and in part a declaration of the King’s determination to promote greater ecological awareness. Indeed, the whole event was sponsored by the HM The King himself.

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Leader of Democrats addresses Council of the University Faculty Senates

Chiang Mai University hosted a seminar of the Council of the University Faculty Senates of Thailand (CUFST) 2005, joined by almost 400 lecturers from all over the country, at Central Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai.

Prof. Pongsak Angkasit, president of Chiang Mai University said that this seminar was held to exhibit academic works and to lecture on specially interesting aspects such as university education adjustment in future and Thai university education under the Ministry of Education.

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Just for Fun

Members of the Drawl Club, an organization of local expatriates who were raised in the southern United States, met at the home of Galen Garwood for an old fashioned southern fish fry.

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