Vol. VI No. 25 - Tuesday August 14 - August  20, 2007
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Her Majesty the Queen urges
Thais to unite

(Photo courtesy Bureau of Royal Household)

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“I want to make Chiang Mai a great place to live”

On her first day as the officially certified new Mayor of Chiang Mai, Dr. Deuntemduang na-Chiengmai sat down with the Chiang Mai Mail in her first interview as leader of the city.

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NEWS


Police search leads to 50 kilos of pure heroin

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

80 orphaned children to attend Youth Camp

The next Youth Camp is to be held August 14th through the 16th where 80 orphaned boys and girls will spend their time participating in numerous activities provided by the School for Life on the outskirts of Chiang Mai.

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Electric motorcycles

The era of the electric road-going motorcycle is upon us and it’s called the Enertia, a perfect commuter machine built with a rigid light weight carbon fiber chassis to contain the battery pack (and most of the weight), a small electric motor which is enough for the Enertia to accelerate harder than any automobile to its 80 kph top speed - all that’s needed around town.

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SOCIAL SCENE
FEATURES

Around town

Honika and Lutz relaxing in The Garden watching the world go by on a Sunday night.

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The Foundation to Encourage the Potential of Disabled Persons voted as the 2008 recipient of the Hillside Charity Rooftop fundraiser

Residents and friends of Hillside 4 Condo gathered together for a buffet dinner on Saturday the 4th of August to get the preparations for the fourth annual rooftop party underway and events certainly got off to a flying start.

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