Chiang Mai Mail celebrates 5th Anniversary
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From the desk of the Commissioner of the Provincial Police Bureau, Region 5

Happy Anniversary – Chiang Mai Mail!

Congratulations!

Message from the Commander General of the 33rd Military Circle

Congratulatory message to the Chiang Mai Mail on its 5th year anniversary

Thank you

From Mr. Q and the Wongmalee family

The AP joins in

Happy Birthday

Future expats chime in

Our warmest congratulations to 5 years Chiang Mai Mail!

Many a winding turns

 

From the desk of the Commissioner of the Provincial Police Bureau, Region 5

Congratulations to the Chiang Mai Mail on its 5th year anniversary.
As a professional newspaper presenting facts and information about Chiang Mai and the North, this newspaper is another choice for those national and international readers who will be able to get to know more about local news and events.

Pol. Lt. Gen. Theerasak Chukitchkhun
Commissioner of the Provincial Police Bureau, Region 5

From police and crime news, military news, business and social issues, cultural and tourism happenings, the Chiang Mai Mail has disseminated news and information about Chiang Mai and Northern region.
During the past years, Chiangmai Mail has well represented to you all sides of news about police work, particularly news released regularly from the Police Bureau.
We can say that Chiang Mai Mail team is working with a good quality news team when compared to other daily Thai language broadsheet newspapers.
On this auspicious occasion, as the Chiang Mai Mail celebrates five years, the Provincial Police Bureau, Region 5 blesses the management team and staff and wishes all of you happiness and prosperity.
Pol. Lt. Gen. Theerasak Chukitchkhun
Commissioner of the Provincial Police Bureau, Region 5

 

Happy Anniversary – Chiang Mai Mail!

Chiang Mai Mail is noteworthy publication that provides the city populace with the local news, society gatherings and events that take place in this historic northern paradise. Of course, both national and international news also feature, together with educational and sports round up. In short, there’s everything for everybody to enjoy reading.
Chiang Mai Mail is also a great supporter of the Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes. All participating teams and the organizers of this yearly festival of friendship give a resounding applause to Chiang Mai Mail. Happy anniversary and may you have many more!!!
Maurice & Renita Bromley


Congratulations!

I have lived in Chiang Mai for 19 years. Although happy with my Thai life in general, there was always something missing. Unable to read Thai, I felt uninformed, and, as-a-result was unable to generate interest in local events. Things changed when your
English language newspaper Chiangmai Mail was published 5 years ago. Now I feel more informed about local politics, community happenings and life in-general, as-well-as news of other expats who have chosen Chiang Mai as their adopted home. Although my age prevents me from participating in many events, just reading of them helps me feel more a part of the community.
I am very happy you solved the problems you had in the past. At first, I cancelled my subscription, but once you returned with information aimed at the English speaking community, I renewed my subscription and will continue to do so as long as you publish the informative newspaper you are now producing.
Please keep up the good work.
Bud Velat


Message from the Commander General of the 33rd Military Circle

We would like to congratulate you and also praise you for the Chiang Mai Mail on the 5th year anniversary. The Chiang Mai Mail has been counted as a mass media in disseminating news which are really accurate, useful, and informative in helping develop local societies and the country status.
The Chiang Mai Mail is a quality newspaper, particularly presenting the news in the fields of tourism promotions, and local developments that result in good understanding and cooperation among foreigners and Thais.
It has steadily helped promote the tourism potentials in Chiang Mai, and Northern region for more progress as well as the project or organization developments in the localities.
On this auspicious occasion, the 33rd Military Circle blesses you all including the newspaper subscribers to meet with happiness and prosperities, success and the best wishes.
The Chiang Mai Mail should keep up the good work of a quality newspaper so as to become as one of the most powerful mass media in the region.
With congratulations and best wishes,
Major General Natchapat Somboonsri
The Commander General of the 33rd Military Circle


Congratulatory message to the Chiang Mai Mail on its 5th year anniversary

The Chiang Mai Mail newspaper has presented news of all walks of life, serving foreign tourists as the most readers so that they can get to know more about news, informative facts and events of Chiang Mai province and Thailand.
Chiangmai Mail is the Chiang Mai’s first English language newspaper that has performed its full capacities and duties as a media with balance and straight forward since the beginning of its establishment.
For all the time, The Chiang Mai Mail presents news and information from everything that has been happened in Chiang Mai and neighboring Northern provinces.
Therefore, we would like to praise you for being one of the best quality newspaper and as another choice for the public. Its perfect contents are frequently with crime stories, economic news, social issues, political news, tourism and other events or happenings around Chiang Mai and the Northern region.
Congratulations to Chiang Mai Mail team for news follow-ups and presentations with high efficiency during the past five years.
On this auspicious occasion, we wish you all the management and working team meet with the success, prosperities, and healthy so as to be side by side with Chiang Mai societies and forever.
Mr. Charnchai Kilapaeng
Head of Chiang Mai Provincial Land Transport Office


Thank you

Congratulations to The ChiangMai Mail on their 5th Anniversary. We always enjoy reading the CMM to get our local news and learn about local events. Thanks for doing a great job for Chiang Mai.
Sincerely,
Tomas and Joyce Jeffery


From Mr. Q and the Wongmalee family

Receiving the Chiangmai Mail has always been an important weekly event at
BAAN WONGMALEE.
We wish the staff and management the very best in the years to come
The Wongmalee Family


The AP joins in

On behalf of The Associated Press may I congratulate the Chiang Mai Mail for having survived five years in the increasingly complex and difficult world of the newspaper media and survived with flying colors.
I have seen your newspaper get better and better over the years and hope that it will continue to serve the Chiang Mai community with incisive, informative and accurate news and commentary for many, many more.
The AP is proud to be associated with you.
Our very best,
Denis D. Gray
Chief of Bureau
The Associated Press
Bangkok


Happy Birthday

Dear Chiang Mai Mail.
The Committee of the Charity Rooftop Party would like to send our best wishes to the Chiang Mai Mail on your 5th Anniversary.
Our fundraising events are only successful because of the support from local businesses; like your own and the local community at large. We appreciate all the support you have given us in the past and look forward to the next 5 years.
Congratulations and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
The Charity Rooftop Party Committee


Future expats chime in

Happy 5th anniversary!
Ever since we began planning to emigrate to Chiang Mai, and found the Mail’s website, we’ve been enjoying our weekly read. At first, it gave us a real view of Chiang Mai and its communities; now we are here it keeps us in touch with news, events, people, and much more. We missed it like crazy when it wasn’t around!
Thanks, thanks, thanks, and here’s to the next 5 years!
Very best regards,
Elena and John


Our warmest congratulations to 5 years Chiang Mai Mail!

We are always eager to grab the latest edition of Chiang Mai Mail and check out local news and happenings. We appreciate that there is an English speaking newspaper for Chiang Mai for the expat community. And a warm “Thank You” for helping to find new homes for homeless dogs by publishing every week our adoption ads for free!
Keep up the good work,
Best wishes from
Care for Dogs
Karin Hawelka, Sarah Mills, all volunteers and our four-legged friends


Many a winding turns

Hearty congratulations on reaching your 5th Anniversary. Chiang Mai without the Chiangmai Mail would be a poorer place and all of us who have watched your progress realise that it has not been plain sailing; it has taken grit and tears along the road with a lot of help and support from big brother Pattaya Mail and Pattaya Blatt. Your longevity and staying power is testament to your determination to succeed. Congratulations!
I am reminded of a favorite song by the Hollies “He Aint Heavy He’s my Brother”.
The road is long
With many a winding turns
That leads us to who knows where,
Who knows where.
But I’m strong,
Strong enough to carry him.
He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.
So on we go.
His welfare is of my concern.
No burden is he to bear,
We’ll get there.
For I know
We would not encumber me.
He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.
It’s a long, long road
From which there is no return.
While we’re on the way to there,
Why not share?
And the load
Doesn’t weigh me down at all.
He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.
Here’s to the next 10 years!!
Andrew J Wood General Manager
Chaophya Park Hotel & Resorts,
Skal International Councillor-Thailand