Vol. VI No. 23 - Tuesday July 31 - August 6, 2007
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Happy Birthday HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn

Chiangmai Mail joins the Kingdom in rejoicing for His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Royal Birthday Celebration.
(Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)

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Royal Flora Expo reopens as a permanent tourist attraction

The Royal Flora Expo which attracted millions of visitors to Chiang Mai during its three month run from last November through the end of January this year reopens its doors to the public on August 1st as a permanent tourist attraction.

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NEWS


Colorful parade marks beginning of Buddhist Lent

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Japan provides generous grant for forestry work

The Japanese Consul General in Chiang Mai Junko Yokota held a signing ceremony with the Foundation of Human Resources for Community Development, a non-governmental organization that works on forest projects for sustainable development.

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What did we learn from the German GP?

Well, we learned that a drop of rain or two can make for some great motor racing! We also learned that under changing conditions the final position of the driver can be down to good or bad calls by the team and its drivers as far as tyre choice is concerned.

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SOCIAL SCENE
ACADEMIA NUTS

Around town

Former Chiang Mai Mayor Mr Boonlert Buranupakorn, left, and managing director of Sofitel Riverside Hotel, welcomed the famous fortune teller and astrologer Archarn Luck Rekhanithes, Chairman of the well-known produced “Chatukham Ramathep” Buddhist amulets.

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Mae Jo University students learn about U.S. foreign policy

US Vice Consul John Spykerman spoke about U.S. foreign policy to students and faculty from Mae Jo University’s Faculty of Public Administration. The invitation was extended by Ajarn Pattara Chompooming, who had participated in a similar Consulate and Embassy sponsored program at Chiang Mai University on June 27.

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