Vol. VI No. 42 - Tuesday December 11 - December 17, 2007
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His Majesty the King
calls for national unity

His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, left, accompanied by HM Queen Sirikit, center, and HRH Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, waves to the cheering crowd from the balcony at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. The Kingdom celebrated HM the King’s 80th birthday Wednesday with festivities, prayers and a nationwide effort to wear yellow - the color that symbolizes devotion to the world’s longest reigning monarch. (AP Photo/Bureau of the Royal Household, HO)

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Hill tribes suffering winter ailments

Mae Hong Son Public Health Office warns its people, especially hill tribes, to beware of winter ailments. So far, 150,000 people are suffering respiratory diseases caused from smoke and cold weather.
Dr. Suwat Kittidilokkul, the head of Mae Hong Son Public Health Office, said that the low temperature and cold weather could easily lead to sicknesses, so people in mountainous areas should take great care of their health and stay warm. This is especially important for the elderly and children.
Records of patients seeking medical treatment at health care centers and hospitals in the province are reported below:
From October 2005 to September 2006, there were 153,198 people who suffered respiratory diseases.
From October 2006 to September 2007, the number decreased to 151,044 people suffering respiratory diseases.

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NEWS


Visitors encouraged to view sunflowers in the hills

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ACADEMIA NUTS
AUTOMANIA

Talented kids succeed at Yamaha Music Festival

The Yamaha Thailand Music Festival selection round for the Northern Thai region was held at Payap University on November 3rd and 4th. 

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Volvo C30 3 door hatch

The Volvo C30 hatch was one of the stand-out cars at this year’s Bangkok International Motor Show. Compact and yet very stylish, something that you do not immediately think of when discussing Volvos, which, for my money, have always been very ‘ordinary’ - but the C30 is different.

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Around Town
FEATURES


It’s the thought that counts, Warunee Kammeru, Room Division Manager of the Amari Rincome presents a birthday cake to Mr. Jon Glendinning, Managing Director of the British Council to mark this happy occasion.

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HM the King’s 80th birthday celebrated throughout the country

The whole country celebrated HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 80th birthday on December 5 with festivities, prayers and a nationwide effort to wear yellow _ the color that symbolizes devotion to the world’s longest reigning monarch.

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