Vol. IV No. 49 - Saturday December 3 - December 9, 2005
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Long Live His Majesty The King

On this most auspicious occasion, Chiangmai Mail would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 78th Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. Inside this issue is a very special 4 page color supplement, written by special correspondent Peter Cummins, in honor of this most beloved Monarch.

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NEWS

Life of Chao Dara Rasamee celebrated December 9


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FEATURES
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Chiang Dao Cave offers glimpse into history

When Chiang Dao is mentioned, everyone thinks of beautiful places such as Doi Luang Chiang Dao, King Phra Naresuan Remembrance Pagoda, the hill tribes’ villages and Chiang Dao Cave. It is said that if visitors have not seen these places they have not truly been to Chiang Dao district.

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Nim See Seng’s first mini-marathon raises funds for AIDS patients

A mini-marathon run for the benefit of AIDS patients and with a trophy sponsored by Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was organized by Nim See Seng Leasing Co Ltd on November 20.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

School in Amsterdam supports schools in Thailand

During the month of October, a primary school in Amsterdam focussed all its attention, creativity and energy on Thailand. It started with a visit of one of the teachers to the school projects of the Foundation Samsara working under the umbrella of FERC (Foundation for Education of Rural Children).

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Survivors of the tsunami theme of exhibition

Goethe Institute Bangkok and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) have organized the “Faces of Survivors” exhibition, featuring the works of Muhamad Igbal. It is being held from November 23 to December 4 at Chiang Mai University Art Museum.

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