Vol. V No. 35 - Saturday August 26 - September 1, 2006
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Heavy rain causes temple pagoda to collapse

The 505-year-old pagoda at Phan Own temple collapsed on August 18 following heavy rains, and is now in ruins. (Inset: Before the tragedy)

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NEWS

Thailand ready to counterattack Myanmar

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Karen textiles receive export support

Karen textiles produced in the Phoppra district of Tak that have long been a favourite of tourists, are now to receive support from the local administration in finding export markets.

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Chiang Mai canoeist represents Thailand in world championships

Piyaphan Phaophat, a sports science student at Chiang Mai Physical Education College, represented Thailand in the Flatwater Racing World Championships 2006 in Szeged, Hungary, August 17 - 20. Phaophat is a member of the Lanna Canoe Team based in Chiang Mai.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Preparing for work in the future

Predicting what will be needed in the future is a dangerous occupation. Most predictions in the past have been totally wrong! Today we can make well informed educated guesses about where the future jobs will be but there is always an element of risk involved. We could be wrong! This becomes a serious situation if,

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Grandma Cares provides help for children affected by HIV/AIDS

The “Grandma Cares” Project is an initiative that began in 1992 and aimed to provide psychological and social support to families affected by HIV/AIDS. Run by the Rotary Club of Chiang Mai Thinthaingam (RCCT), the program assists older women who must care for grandchildren whose parents have died.

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