Vol. VI No. 40 - Tuesday November 27 - December 3, 2007
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local children fly up,
 up and away in a beautiful balloon

Forty children from the School for Life and Ban Pa Pai, a self sufficiency village, were given a rare treat when Gulf Air brought their hot air balloon
to Chiang Mai and gave the kids the thrill of a lifetime.

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Fallen soldier receives Royal condolences and hero’s funeral

Mr. Wiboon Sa-nguanphong, Chiang Mai Governor was the representative to present the wreaths of their Majesties the King and Queen and the Royal Family to 1st Lt. Chatchai Krajangsut, Chief of Special Forces group 506 in Yala. He was killed after sustaining heavy injuries because of a hidden bomb on a roadside in the Bayi Village, Moo 4, Talingchan, Bannangstar.
His wife and his children are aware of the Royal families’ kindness. The body was taken to Wat Phra Singh Temple in Chiang Mai for a funeral ceremony, and the royal sponsored funeral was held on November 15th at the Kulek Graveyard in Muang District, Chiang Mai. Gen Surayut Chulanond, Prime Minister presided over the ceremony.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
AUTOMANIA

Women’s group provides building
 to hill tribe school

Foyer De La Femme, a private organization run by the Luxemburg Women’s Group, supported the Karen students at Ban Nong Khao Klang, Huay Puling, Muang, Mae Hong Son by providing a budget to construct a school building, a student hostel, a solar energy generator,

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Electrifying Subaru
starts here

Bucking the industry trend towards hydrogen fuel cells, Subaru has released a vastly improved plug-in battery powered electric commuter car. The 65 kilowatt, five seater G4e’s new high energy-density lithium-ion batteries give it a 200 km range from a charge (more than double the previous R1e’s range) and using a quick-charger it can be topped up to 80 percent in only 15 minutes.

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Around Town
FEATURES


Wim Fagel, (left) the effervescent GM of the Amari Rincome Hotel surprised Irene Melling, when he presented a beautiful bouquet of flowers to her on the morning of her 65th birthday. All Patrick (the husband) could say was ‘Cheers’.

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The who’s who of the north gather for an evening of exquisite wine tasting at The House

Nathalie, Pingkaew, Lianne and Wim are seen enjoying the Antinori wine dinner at The House, even a little rain could not dampen their spirits.

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