Vol. V No. 23- Saturday June 3, - June 9, 2006
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Underground electricity work causing above-ground anger

Workers on Thapae Road, a sluggish process.

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NEWS

Chiang Mai businessman robbed and murdered

 


FEATURES
SPORT

President of Rotary International visits Chiang Mai

Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar, President of Rotary International visited Chiang Mai with a warm welcome by members of Rotary district 3360, led by Dr. Suphawat Phuwakul, Director of Rotary International Noraseth Pathmanand, District 3360 RI Governor Elect Napon Inkham, and 50 Rotarians.

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Hundreds attend Arena Chiang Mai Swimming

Almost 300 swimmers from the Northern region attended Arena Chiang Mai Swimming, organized by the Swimming Association Chiang Mai in cooperation with Bangkok Atlantic (Arena) at the Kawila School swimming pool on May 27-28, 2006.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

The “Race for Rice” at CMIS

On a recent Sunday morning I sat in church and listened to many stories about the suffering of our neighbors in Burma. I heard about how a Chiang Mai organization helped to rush medical attention to a man who had stepped on a land mine laid by the Burmese Army - he needed his leg amputated in order to survive.

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Chiang Mai Expats Club pulls “Double-Header”

The Chiang Mai Expats Club (CEC) twice-monthly meeting was held on Saturday, May 27, at the Chiangmai Orchid Hotel on Huey Kaew Road. Alan Hall, regional manager, investment counselor and certified financial planner with MBMG (a Thailand based company), and two of his sales consultants, Andrew Williams and Robert Brown, led off the meeting with information every expatriate can use.

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