Vol. VI No. 38- Tuesday November 13 - November 19, 2007
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His Majesty the King
released from hospital

HM the King is transported in a wheelchair after he was released
from Siriraj hospital in Bangkok. (AP Photo/Wasant Wanichakorn)

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Free entry to Royal Flora in honor of HM the King

In honor of His Majesty the King’s 80th birthday celebrations the Royal Flora park will open its doors to the public from November 17 – 25 and wave the entrance fee.
The Governor of Chiang Mai, Mr. Wiboon Sa-nguanphong along with the Traffic Police, the Provincial Land Transportation Department and Royal Flora park officials made the announcement last week.
A special traveling exhibit in Honor of HM the King will include the history of his reign, his photographic skills, his work on creating artificial rain and his sufficiency economy theory. There will also be OTOP (One tambon-One product) goods on display and for sale.

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One of the quadruplets undergoes emergency surgery

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Center of the Universe concert hits the right note

The Santi Music School gave a concert at the “Center of the Universe” near the 700 year stadium recently. The musicians included Santi Saengtong playing the piano,

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The queue for a Ferrari FXX
starts here

Ferrari has extended the testing and development program of its forthcoming GT supercar based on the FXX prototype for a further two years “following an extensive upgrade to boost performance and handling,” says a factory source.

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Around Town

The Maze draws in the crowds
for a wine tasting

(l/r) Klaus Schmidt, Ric and Bud Velat at the Maze wine tasting.

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High tea, colored balls and mallets
at The Chedi

The Rooftop Charity Committee came up with a very chic idea to bring together forty five members of the community at The Chedi for something different,

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