Vol. IV No. 40 - Saturday October 1 - October 7, 2005
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China’s Deputy PM Madame Wu Yi woos major investments

Thai and Chinese Ministers and Deputy PMs after the conference.

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Lin Hui celebrates her 4th birthday and prepares for a wedding


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Getting to know the avocado, one of nature’s most bounteous fruits

Fruit is more than just a tasty nutritious food, for extracts and compounds can be made into medicine, cosmetics and other everyday products.

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9th Marathon of Hope on October 8, 2005

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai has announced the 9th Annual Terry Fox Run for cancer research, taking place on Saturday, 8 October 2005. Terry Fox, a young Canadian who lost his leg to cancer, set out to run across Canada to create awareness and raise funds for cancer research world–wide. He ran for 143 consecutive days and completed an average of a 26 mile Marathon distance each day, a heroic act that defies scientific reasoning. Terry changed people’s attitudes towards the disabled and had them derive inspiration from his courage. As cancer claimed his leg at age 21, it didn’t take away his unstoppable spirit. He had fierce determination, which took him to the limit.

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W<>E Contemporary Art Exhibition at CMU Art Museum from 8 – 22 October

W<>E Exhibition showcases an exciting mixture of art forms and media, which includes painting, photography, installation, video, sound and textiles. The work explores topics such as feminist space, environment, identity and cultural issues. All works are for sale.

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British Council launches e-library service

The British Council has announced an on-line library and search engine service for the use of the business sector and academia.

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