Vol. VI No. 17 - Tuesday June 19 - June 25, 2007
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Military road blocks search for protesters

Soldiers from the 33rd Military Circle, Kawila Camp and Chiang Mai police searching for protesters trying to reach Bangkok.

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Mayoral election gets ugly

Politics is never pretty and neither are the thousands of posters, banners and campaign materials that have covered Chiang Mai in the recent weeks. Most get blown away by the winds and end up littering the city.
But now the police have entered into the arena and arrested a campaign worker for allegedly placing stickers on the former mayor’s campaign posters that read: ‘No way back for you after your resignation.’

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Chiang Mai to host tourism forum

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FEATURES
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Now that was entertainment!

The Chiang Mai Choral Society International again proved its performance versatility to a sold out audience on June 9th. Opening with a beautiful and moving rendition of HM the King’s Anthem followed by the Society’s theme song, It’s a Grand Night for Singing, the first act created laughter, foot-tapping and smiles with songs from the movies.

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Awards galore as CMIS celebrates athletics

Chiang Mai International School held its first Inter-House Sports Finals and Sports Awards evening on June 4, 2007. CMIS implemented a traditional four-house system, wherein each house is named after a mountain in the northern region of Thailand, and is assigned a primary color: Doi Ang Khang (blue), Doi Chiang Dao (yellow), Doi Inthanon (red), and Doi Suthep (green).

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Around town

His Excellency the British Ambassador Mr. David Fall and Mrs. Gwendolyn Fall greeting members of the British community in Chiang Mai who attended Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s birthday celebrations.

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Expats Club hosts US Consul General

Mrs. Bea Camp, US Consul General in Chiang Mai since 2004 was the guest speaker at the June 9th meeting of the Expats Club.
Consul General Camp will be departing Chiang Mai and will take on a new posting in Shanghai, China this summer.
She spoke about her experience as the chief diplomat at the American consulate in Chiang Mai.

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