Vol. VI No. 12 - Tuesday May 15 - May 21, 2007
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High tech CCTV cameras help
patrol the city

The CCTV Control Center at the Chiang Mai Municipal Police Station keeping an eye out on the city. (CMM Photo)

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Australian dies from apparent overdose

Malcolm Ian Dyer, 38 years old and a native of Perth, Australia, died of an apparent heroin overdose late last week.
Police were called to the SN Resident Condominium in Chiang Mai’s Chang Puaks area after his body was discovered by the building security guard sprawled on his bed.
Security guard Ruangchai Srichai stated to the police that he had not seen Mr. Dyer for about three days so he decided to check in on him.

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German woman found dead in pond

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Shackled by the neck

Burma’s Long Neck Karen chooses exploitation in a tourist village rather than returning to a civil war.

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Bringing hope to hill tribe children

In the districts of Mae Sariang, Sop Moei and Mae Lanoi in Mae Hong Son Province, there are 178 schools for 25,000 students with 1000 personnel. Most of those schools are for hill tribe children and are scattered over the mountains. Many of the mountain villages are more than a day’s walk from the schools. For that reason, many of the children need to board at the schools and only go home on school holidays.

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SOCIAL SCENE
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Around town

Relaxing at The House Tapas Bar from l/r Abby Coleman, Geri Bleier, Mike Dutch and Ian Coleman

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Leading Myanmar artists’ work on display

The outstanding Burmese sculptor Sonny Nyein is a living example of the power of individual creative energy and an exhibition of his work provides vivid proof of this.

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