Vol. VI No. 20 - Tuesday July 10 - July 16, 2007
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Her Majesty Queen Sirikit
 on official visit to Russia

Her Majesty Queen Sirikit and Russian President Vladimir Putin examine an item from a folk arts exhibition of Queen Sirikit’s “Support” Foundation in the Kremlin in Moscow, Thursday, July 5, 2007. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Presidential Press Service, Vladimir Rodionov)

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Fire ravages through employee housing at CMU

A fast moving fire broke out in a worker’s residence on the grounds of Chiang Mai University at 7am on July 3. Phu Ping Police coordinated with four Chiang Mai Municipal and Suthaep District Administration fire engines to douse the fire, but on arrival the single story wooden premises which was divided into 4 lots was already destroyed because the wood helped to fuel the fire.

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NEWS


Thai Kingdom celebrates HRH Princess Soamsawali’s Royal Birthday

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TOURS
SPORT

Hua Lan rocket festival ushers in the rainy season

Singing, dancing and drinking were the order of the day at the Hua Lan Rocket Festival in the Mae On district just outside Chiang Mai.

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If you have to ask, you won’t understand

That’s my choice for a classic car bumper sticker. Why would any sane person rummage in dark, oily workshops in the hope of unearthing that rare sprocket-fangler, the only part needed to get a beloved Ford Popular back on the road?

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SOCIAL SCENE
FEATURES

Around town

Madame Mayor-elect of Chiang Mai and Jim Messenger at the Regina Coeli School’s opening of a new wing.

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Chiang Mai celebrates 4th of July

Celebrations to mark America’s 231st birthday took place around Chiang Mai on July 4th as hundreds of Americans and other nationalities gathered at different events last week.

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