Welcome back Chiangmai Mail
Great to see Chiangmai Mail back again!
We appreciate very much to read Chiang Mai news from Norway and I know some
from Italy so we can follow what’s happens around the district because we
live in Chiang Mai few months of the year mostly winter time but it is a way
to see what happens there so please keep on.
Dear Chiangmai Mail - Welcome Back! I have not seen any newspapers as yet -
however I have been told you are back. You have been sorely missed.
We really need Chiangmai Mail back in business. Please tell me what
your plan is for starting again. We miss you.
Harry & Pen
Dear Chiangmai Mail,
We miss you a lot! So please, do come back soon. The CM community needs you.
I am sure, many of us would like to help you with whatever is needed.
Looking forward to the future WITH Chiangmai Mail.
Thank you so much for making the effort to keep your devoted readers
supplied. Can’t even begin to tell you how devastated my wife and I were to
learn of your closure/suspension. We simply couldn’t wait for each weekend
to lay our hands on the hard copy of the Mail and, when we were back in
Australia for some 8 months p.a., never missed an electronic edition.
Chiangmai Mail was our life-line.
Mike & Rose Dean
Can you satisfy my curiosity - Is there any chance of the Chiangmai Mail
getting into print again?
Australian Hon. Consul - Chiang Mai
I have been missing the Chiangmai Mail so I wish you all the best
with the new Tuesday edition.
Great news - congratulations on the re-launch of Chiangmai Mail! I
think the whole expat community is eagerly waiting for the next issue of
Chiangmai Mail already.
Care for Dogs
Dear Chiangmai Mail,
I am here for a three month stay (first already ended). I hope to come here
and retire when I am 50. This could be in 2008 if the government allows, no
reason why they shouldn’t but you never know these days.
(We need) a better working Chiang Mai; for example, what can be done for the
pedestrian? Walking in the inner city is full of dangers (footpaths filled
with obstacles, like cars or paths that look more like a motocross-track
than a path destined for walking, crossing traffic lights still a risk,
unexpected things can happen all the time. Tourists should feel safe and
confident in the inner city as they are very important for the Chiang Mai
economy. Outside the city things look great or at least promising. There is
a lot to be done, and writing can help in the search for new ideas. Of
course, the CM should be fun to read to with lighter articles about sport
and music. A fine weekend to all of you and,
Learn how to cook Thai food
If any of your readers have an interest in learning how to cook Thai food,
here is a web link they might enjoy.
Just click on the Thai dish you are interested in learning to cook, sit back
and watch my Thai wife and American born daughter show you how to cook it.
Looking for info
I ran across your site on the web. I’m looking for information on a Thai
impatiens known scientifically as Impatiens psittacina. For almost a year
photos have floated around the internet with the title “The Rare Thailand
Parrot Flower”. I’ve been able to learn quite a bit from scientific books
but would love to get personal information from anyone who has seen the
plant in Thailand. I’ve posted a large number of photos on my own website
and the link is below. If you, or anyone you know, has first hand knowledge
of this apparently rare plant I’d appreciate hearing from you.