Vol. VI No. 35 - Tuesday October 23 - October 29, 2007
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Chiang Mai residents pay
tribute to HM the King

Well-wishers gather with flags and portraits of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Siriraj hospital in Bangkok, Thailand Monday, Oct. 15, 2007. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)

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Growing with Chiang Mai

Translated literally, “Chiang Mai” means “New City” – and indeed with every passing week it seems that a slightly new Chiang Mai emerges – closer to the status of a great city and a great tourist attraction. Two weeks ago a highly respected travel magazine listed its choices for “top destinations.” Chiang Mai placed as the third favorite city in Asia. For those of us who make Chiang Mai our home, this selection is just a reinforcement of what we already know.
With this issue, the Chiang Mai Mail celebrates its fifth anniversary. We pledge to continue to provide our readers with coverage of local events, entertainment, social and/or political happenings, restaurant reviews and the writings of regular columnists who bring practical advice to those of us living away from our home country. We now print over 4000 copies per week that are distributed in more than 150 locations.

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NEWS


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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Operation Blessing organization helping children in need

Chiang Mai based humanitarian organization, Operation Blessing, recognises that education is a key to help unlock poverty and provide better opportunities for children living in desperate circumstances.

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Eco cars are coming

The Eco-car project is finally getting off the ground in Thailand, with both Toyota and Honda jumping on the bandwagon. The majority of the output will be for export, but there will be a market in Thailand for the small fuel misers.

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SOCIAL SCENE
FEATURES

Around Town

Bless a Child band secured a space in the final round after winning last weeks talent competition at JJ Market. They received 5000 baht and will be returning in December to compete with the other monthly winners.

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Monthly Charity Rooftop dinner at the Holiday Inn

Earlier this month, 57 friends of the Charity Rooftop Party descended on the newly remodeled Holiday Inn.

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