Vol. V No. 41 - Saturday October 7 - October 13, 2006
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Chiang Mai Transit System in the pipeline

A computer generated design shows the proposed Chiang Mai Transit System in front of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University.

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NEWS

Former government officials report themselves to the military

 


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SPORT

Northern Young Designer Award 2006

On September 23 the Empress Hotel hosted the “Northern Young Designer Award 2006” contest, organised by the Federation for Chiang Mai Industry.

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The trouble with strokes

By not being the most consistent of golfers, my biggest handicap was stroke play. While I held out hope in Stableford competitions, my inevitable blow up hole(s) was catastrophic when every shot counted. During a monthly medal, I was informed on the 18th tee that I surprisingly led the field by 4 strokes and a treble bogey would see me home. My drive started a little to the left and began to fade in nicely.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Chiang Mai University’s achievements attract interest from Finland

Jari Hietala, vice president Finpro South East Asia, visited Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thanan Anumanrachathon, vice president of Chiang Mai University (CMU) to learn about a range of issues in which CMU has expertise. They included garbage system managing, drainage and small business village development, all of which might be applied to cities of similar size to Chiang Mai in Finland.

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Happy Anniversary for the Chiang Mai Expats Club

It’s hard to believe that a whole year has passed since CEC’s first meeting. We started with a small space above the Art Cafe with 35 people attending. Here we were in the Grand Ballroom of the Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel with well over 200 people in attendance. What a year it has been – many growing pains, with many new friends made, a few exchanges of differences, and a whole lot of learning.

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