Vol. V No. 30 - Saturday July 22 - July 28, 2006
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Flood wall decision stone-walled by residents

Flood at Wat Gate Community in last year. (File photo by Nopniwat Krailerg)

As reported in the Chiangmai Mail, the saga of the Ping River Flood Prevention Wall seems set to go on and on. A seminar to discuss the problem was attended by a large group of people led by Duangchan Aphawatcharut-Charounmuang, secretary of Muang Chiang Mai Development Foundation.

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NEWS

Myanmar agrees to negotiate with Thailand over helicopter

 


FEATURES
SPORT

City Museum in Lamphun shows the ancient way of life

A count all the museums in Northern Region; especially in Chiang Mai and the nearby provinces would reveal that there are simply hundreds of them. Mostly, their purpose is to be a depository for ancient artifacts and historical information to reveal times gone by to modern generations. Sometimes, the objects are old Thai currency or ancient property more than 1,000 years old, which give an insight of what life was like in times gone by.

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Chiang Mai Pool League: No space between The Moon and Friend’s

Last Friday’s Chiang Mai Pool League saw Half Moon Pub rise to join Friend’s Corner at the top of the table with identical points and games won, while Chiangers and Bangers kept the pressure on them by winning at Blue Sky Bar.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Keystone State Boychoir at Payap University

The Keystone State BoyChoir (KSB), from Pennsylvania State, USA was established in 2001 with over 100 members.

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Auspicious Birthday for Borvorn

The recent 60th Birthday of one of Chiang Mai’s “favorite sons” Borvorn Sripaurya provided an excellent opportunity for Chiangmai Mail G.M. Murray Dickson to learn a little more about Thai culture.

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