Vol. IV No. 41 - Saturday October 8 - October 14, 2005
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Chiang Mai suffers third flooding of this year and Mae Ping River water level is highest in 40 years

Orange swimwear is the fashion color for the flood season!

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North adds up the cost of storm damage


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A rose of the North sought for Elite International modeling contest

Four hundred hopeful applicants from the Northern region tried but only 90 made it through the selection process to go forward to the Elite Model Look Thailand 2005 contest.

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Students gather at CMU for regional games

Chiang Mai hosted the Student Games for Area 5 this year, with students under the age of 18 from eight northern provinces gathering at Chiang Mai University.

Student Games is organized every year and each province takes turns to host.

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Student Emmy is top in Thailand

Emmy Pattaramongkolkarn, boarding student at the Prem Tinsulanonda International School, has been placed top in Thailand in the Cambridge IGCSE coordinated Sciences (Double Award) English examination.

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Upping the ante: CMU trains foreigners to teach English

There is a huge need for foreigners fluent in English and qualified to teach that language, says Dr. Matthew John Kay of Chiang Mai University’s new language institute. Schools are having trouble filling positions. There are more jobs than qualified teachers. To help meet demand, in November the CMU institute will launch a certificate program to qualify more foreign teachers for the local market.

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