Vol. IV No. 39 - Saturday September 24 - September 30, 2005
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Merchants flee Night Bazaar as Mae Ping water level rises

Water from Mae Ping River passes a pagoda into the city of Chiang Mai.

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A conflict legend between Lanna and Ayuthaya kings is recorded at the Wat Papao Foundation.

Wat Papao is located on Maneenoparat Rd., Sriphum, and is the first temple of Ngiew tribesmen in Chiang Mai. It was established in 1883 by the Ngiew people (also known as Phugam people), Tai tribesmen, who lived at Chang Puek, Kuang Sigh, Chang Moi and Wangsingkham in Chiang Mai. It was built in Tai tribal style,.

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Biking for Education number 2

Zontian Dittaya Curtz, the chairwoman for “Biking for Education 2” has announced this year’s event will take place in November 10-13 2005. ‘Kick-off’ and breakfast 7 a.m. at the 700 year anniversary complex.

This year David Curtz will bike 550 km in four days. The route is from Chiang Mai – Fang – Chiang Rai – Phayao – Chiang Mai. The financial support raised will be for children who are dependents of the Zonta Home Cares Group at Thursday Club based at Red Cross Station 3.

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Quantity versus Quality in bachelor degree education

Quantity versus Quality in bachelor degree education was the subject of a seminar organized by the Graduate School at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University in cooperation with the Deans’ Council of Thailand on September 14-15.

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Zonta International Chiang Mai presents direct assistance

After hearing about the flash flood devastation in Pai, Mae Hong Sorn province, from K. Patcharee, Director of Thai Red Cross Station #3, Chiang Mai, Charter President of Zonta International Chiang Mai asked President Hope to contact Panida Pathumaradt, Zonta Area Director 6, District 17, and other Zontians in Bangkok requesting cash donations to purchase necessities for the villagers of Pai, Mae Hong Son, to recover from this flood disaster. 

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