Vol. VI No. 16 - Tuesday June 12 - June 18, 2007
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More than a million meth pills torched

Col. Yawdserk of the Shan State Army inspecting the haul of methamphetamine pills before they were burned.

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Panda pregnancy attempts fail

The artificial insemination on the female panda Linhui at the Chiang Mai Zoo has not produced a pregnancy according to the chief of the panda exhibit.
The latest ultrasound conducted on Linhui failed to show an embryo said Prasertsak Buntragulpoontawee.
Linhui was artificially inseminated on April 3rd and weeks later her hormone levels increased causing excitement and high hopes that the procedure had been a success.

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NEWS


Celebrating the traditional Sueb Chata

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ACADEMIA NUTS

Khum Rak Kaew – Home of Love

Many years ago a young engineer by the name of Uthai Rakratchakarn who at the time worked for the National Power Authority and had to travel extensively throughout the country inspecting sites for the construction of airports and dams was posted to Mae Rim district when he chanced upon a plot of land high above in the hills of Samoeng District.

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Writing competition brings out talented authors

The middle school’s English as a second language (ESL) students of Lanna International School recently held a competition for future authors.

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SOCIAL SCENE
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Around town

l/r Boong, Sydney and Kate enjoying dinner at the Tsunami restaurant on Huay Kaew.

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Up with People raises 60,000 baht

Up with People, the international global education program for young adults, performed on June 3 at the Chiang Mai University Convention Center. The show was attended by over 1500 people.

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