Vol. V No. 13 - Saturday March 25, - March 31, 2006
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Intersection construction into penalty times after April 10

Khuang Singh Intersection where residents will still have to wait.

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NEWS

14th elephant baby was born in Maesa Elephant Camp


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1,219 curves to Umphang to experience the beauty of nature

Umphang is a mountainous region on the Western border of Thailand that is choc-a-bloc with natural tourist resources like forests, rivers and waterfalls. The most impressive of these is Thee Lor Su, the largest waterfall in Thailand and the 5th largest in the world. The beautiful forests and winding rivers make Umphang a nature-lovers’ paradise; and the area is located on the Thai-Burmese border.

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Junior Cricket prepares for a big outing at the 19th sixes

It is sometimes claimed of the Chiang Mai Sixes (six-a-side cricket tournament), that “everyone gets a chance to play at the Sixes”. And, there certainly is a lot of cricketing opportunity going on alongside the often high quality cricket excitement produced in the main Sixes event which takes place April 2 – 8 at Chiengmai Gymkhana Club.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Rubbish Separation begins at CDSC

About a month ago, the eighth graders at the CDSC started brainstorming ideas about how to be more environment-friendly. After learning about rubbish centres in chemistry class, the idea of recycling was brought up.

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La Luna Gallery celebrates 2nd anniversary

The second year anniversary at La Luna gallery was celebrated with the opening of a very special exhibition, showing that ‘the spirit of cooperation’ is still alive.

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