Vol. V No. 3 - Saturday January 14, - January 20, 2006
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Thousands gather to protest against Thai-US FTA talks

Thai People’s Network against FTA gathered in front of US Consulate in Chiang Mai.

Thousands of protesters gathered in front of Chiang Mai railway station on January 9 to protest against the free trade negotiations due to begin that day between Thailand and America.

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NEWS

Thousands gather to protest against Thai-US FTA talks


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Scorpion-tailed boats follow a historic river trail through city and country

There are many tourist attractions in Chiang Mai province but one of the most popular is visiting the national parks, particularly at this time of year when the weather is cold and frosts and fogs add to the novelty of the surroundings.

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Rock Hard rocks Chiangers’ chances

As this season’s Chiang Mai Pool League nears its climax, leaders Half Moon Pub kept up their winning ways last week, but second placed Chiangers and Bangers fell three points adrift with five matches left to play after a shock home defeat to Rock Hard Bistro.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Boy Scouts to the front on the Day of the Disabled

On December 23, 2005, the Boy Scouts of America Troop 731 carried out a service project for the “Day of the Disabled” at the Rajanagarindra Institute of Child Development (RICD). The boy scouts helped the RICD and The Pioneers of Hope

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New Year’s cruise

Rotary Club Chiang Mai West recently held a Club Assembly/New Year’s Party/Family Night and Induction of New Members Ceremony onboard a dinner cruise boat on the Ping River.

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