Vol. V No. 32 - Saturday August 5 - August 11, 2006
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chiang Mai inundated

A thousand households flooded after continuous rain falls

Traffic negotiates flooded roads at the Chang Klan Road, Lanna Palace Hotel Intersection.

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NEWS

HRH Princess Somsawalee presides at Phra Singha Temple

 


FEATURES
SPORT

A river is made drop by drop

The Foundation for Education of Rural Children (FERC), Chiangmai and the Samsara Foundation from the Netherlands have cooperated closely with the Department of Education in Mae Sariang 250 km west from Chiangmai for more than 2 years now.

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The 30th ASEAN School & Field Championship 2006

Thai student athletes received the highest number of gold medals at the 30th ASEAN School & Field Championships 2006 held between July 26 and 28 at Chiang Mai Municipality Stadium. There were 224 athletes competing at the Championships, coming from 7 countries, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines and Thailand, during which, records were broken in several events.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Teachers Connect 2006

Teachers and personnel of Varee Chiang Mai School participated in the training program “Teachers Connect 2006” on July 14-18.

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Brilliant new bird in the sky over Chiang Mai

Members of SKAL International, Chiangmai & North Thailand, were last week treated to a “virtual” flight on board a Hong Kong Express EMBRAER 170 Jet to Hong Kong. Our virtual flight took off from the luxurious Four Seasons Resort with the airline’s Director of Engineering, Nigel Parker at the controls. Hong Kong Express launched its twice weekly direct flights between Chiang Mai and Hong Kong last June to become the only carrier to currently offer direct, scheduled services between Changers and Honkers. Acting Captain Parker ably assisted by Skalleague and Acting First Officer Marc Dumur brought us up to speed on the Brazilian built, Embraer 170 Twin Jet.
 

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