Vol. VI No. 37- Tuesday November 6 - November 12, 2007
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Mother delivers quadruplets

The proud mother Pranom Tabang recovering after delivering four healthy boys at Maharaj Hospital.

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Chiang Mai’s air pollution fixable by 2011

The city’s Natural Resources and Environmental department has come up with a plan to solve the air pollution problem which became a crisis earlier this year costing the city and province millions in lost revenue.
The four year plan that can be instituted as early as next year will take four years to resolve if the nation’s Cabinet approves the plan.
A long list of local and provincial officials gathered to discuss and exchange ideas during their summit named “The Committees of Chiang Mai to solve problems of air pollution and wild fires.” They came up with a plan to be called “Operations for Air Pollution and Wildfires.”
Mr. Puchong Insompan, an officer for the Chiang Mai Natural Resources and Environmental department said that the causes of pollution and wildfires have been determined and now a long term plan must be put into place in order to avoid another crisis.

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OUR COMMUNITY
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Promoting women’s participation and leadership

Mr. Poldej Pinpratheep, the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security presided over the opening ceremony of the 6th Meeting of the ASEAN Committee on Women (ACW) and the Preliminary Meeting of the ASEAN Committee on Women Plus Three (ACW+3)

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When “Number 1” is actually “Number 2”

The ‘official’ Number 1 in Malaysia is Proton, the government backed automaker; however, as reported a few weeks ago by roving editor at large John Weinthal, the ‘real’ Number 1 is Perodua, outselling Proton, and having 39 percent market share mid-year 2007.

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SOCIAL SCENE
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Around Town

Donna Fugata Wine tasting was held at Buonissimos Restaurant recently. Owner Sergio and the representatives from the wine company Tamara and Elena exchange wine notes.

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Cabaret at the Fondue House benefits Chiang Mai Choral Society

Members of the Chiang Mai Choral Society recently produced and performed in a Cabaret at the Fondue House to benefit the choral society.

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