Vol. IV No. 43 - Saturday October 22 - October 28, 2005
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Four officers die in army helicopter crash

The deep forest in Wiang Kosai National Park where the helicopter crashed, killing four officers.

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Two young elephants injured by landmines in Tak forest


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Lanna murals will live on

Lampang is one of the regions of the North renowned for its classic Lanna heritage. The people of the province maintain their simple, traditional lifestyle and consequently much of what can be seen in Lampang has remained unchanged for centuries.

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Chiang Mai Underground Male HHH host 200th run

Groucho Marxx once said: “Any club that will have me as a member I wouldn’t wanna be a member of it”! It’s more or less true of all real hashers. They wouldn’t want to be a member of any real kind of club, that’s why they’re hashers. But this last Tuesday (4th of October, World Animal Day!) 24 hashers turned up from all over Thailand to enjoy a great party and run: The 200th run of the Chiang Mai Underground Male Hash House Harriers.

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Cultures shared at Prem’s International Day

Sharing cultures was the theme of Prem Tinsulanonda International School’s “International Day, 2005.” Like a unique interpretation of the United Nations compound on the East River in New York, but in the confines of the Prem piazza and grounds, this tour of the world was an opportunity to globe-trot in one spot.

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CMU gears up to host student games nationwide

The Faculty of Engineering will host the 24th Gear Games at Chiang Mai University October 20-22. Gear Games is a gathering of engineering students from 30 universities in Thailand, with more than 3,000 representatives due to participate on this occasion.

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