Vol. V No. 15 - Saturday April 8, - April 14, 2006
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All Thai Rak Thai candidates elected in the North, despite low turn-out and high numbers of “no-voters”

Army officers at an election counting point at Chiang Mai Municipality Stadium.

Chiang Mai people returned to their home city to cast their ballot in the snap election on April 2, 2006. Chiang Mai province is divided into 10 election areas and Thai Rak Thai members were standing for election in all 11 areas. All TRT candidates were elected in the ‘one horse’ race.

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Ducks and Swans return to Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Ballet director, ML Preeyapun Sridhavat, again brought the power and beauty of ballet to Chiang Mai, where as artistic director, she brought over 300 participants to this week’s performances at the Kad theatre to delight local enthusiasts and dignitaries.

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Centuries in century temperatures at Chiang Mai Sixes

The 19th Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes lived up to the reputation of the previous 18 events, with some great cricket as well as centuries being achieved, despite the heat.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

“Bug World”, learning center for bug enthusiasts in Ratchaphruek 2006

The Department of Agriculture has established “Bug World”, to be permanently located in 400 square meters of the Exhibition Center at the forthcoming International Horticulture Exposition. The Department is still searching throughout the country for rare insects to exhibit in Ratchapruek 2006. Both students and tourists will be able to experience a real bug’s world in this living laboratory.

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Photo Exhibition “Proud to be Planet Earth”

A photographic exhibition will be held by ML Aniwat Suksawad, an expert in Astronomy from Chiang Mai University, who has appreciated photography since he was a child at primary school. The pictures express the artist’s love of surrounding nature, and encourage viewers to search deep down into the human mind.

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