Vol. VI No. 39- Tuesday November 20 - November 26 2007
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HM the King wears blue

HM the King waves to a cheering crowd as he leaves Siriraj hospital in Bangkok, Friday, Nov. 16, 2007. The king went to the hospital to visit his sister HRH Princess Galayani, this time wearing a blue jacket. (AP Photo)

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City officials take the lead as clean up campaign begins

With broom in hand the Mayor of Chiang Mai along with other city and provincial officials took to the streets of the city to begin a clean up campaign, part of her initiative to beautify Chiang Mai.

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NEWS


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ACADEMIA NUTS
AUTOMANIA

Education Week 2007 ties up with Ed-eXpo USA by Ace!

The EducationUSA Advising Center (certified by the U.S. Department of State) serving northern Thailand, Ace! conducted a series of programs jointly sponsored with the American Embassy for International Education Week 2007.

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Preview of the Mazda2
starts here

With the news that we will be assembling the Mazda2 here in Thailand (along with its sibling, the Ford Fiesta) for sale in 2008, it is of interest to see how it has been received in other countries.GoAuto, in Australia, wrote that the Mazda2 passed its first test even before leaving the kerb. The bright Kermit green test car was described as ‘cute’ by someone right in the middle of Mazda’s target market for the little runabout. Acceptance by the youth market, especially women, is crucial and looks are all-important in this class.

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Around Town
FEATURES

Mi Casa hosts a Rooftop
Charity dinner

Supporters of the 2008 Rooftop Charity party gathered at Mi Casa restaurant for dinner and drinks while listening to the soothing tunes of singer Mark Walder and flutist Xavier.

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“Right about now life is beautiful”

Tomas Milton Jeffery was born in Sturgis, Michigan to Pauline and Charles Jeffery in 1933. Aside from being a local high school football hero, his life was fairly typical of any boy raised in the Midwest at this time.

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