Vol. VII No. 13 - Tuesday  March 25 - March 31, 2008
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Protest march held in Chiang Mai
in support of the Tibetan people

Marchers with their “Free Tibet!” banners at the Protest March in support
of the Tibetan people and against the killings in Lhasa.

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Fatal shooting after argument at Chiang Mai restaurant

Police in Chiang Mai confirmed last Saturday that William Thomas Douglas, 61, an Australian national and long-term resident of Chiang Mai, had been charged with the murder of 46 year old American Gary Booth Poretsky.
The shooting occurred on Saturday morning at the Koie Chiang Mai restaurant near the moat, where the two men had been drinking. Police were called to the scene of the crime, and found Poretsky’s body on the floor underneath a table. He had been shot three times, twice in the body and once in the head. The killer had fled the scene, but later surrendered to the police and admitted his crime.

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4th Annual Fun Run in support of the displaced people of Burma

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Fun and bargains for all at the City Life Garden Party

Following the success of the Yard Sale held at the end of last year in the City Life gardens, a welcome repeat was organised for Sunday March 16. Prior to the event, many kind people donated their unwanted clothes, book, DVD’s and household items to be sold to benefit the next Hillside 4 Charity Rooftop Party.

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Bangkok International Motor Show

Our Motor Show starts on the 28th of this month. Held in the large BITEC exposition halls (Km 1 Bangna-Trat highway), this is the world’s accredited motor show for this region. In fact, it is the largest motor show in SE Asia and is approved by the Organization Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles. For many people, there is great interest in the Europeans who are trying to gain footing in this country, such as Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Peugeot and Citroen, but I hope to see Alfa Romeo. The 8C Spider is sensational and I do want to see one in the flesh.

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Around Town

Fun, Food and Fashion
at the opening of the Shangri-La’s WoW Bar

The evening of March 21 signalled the sparkling occasion which celebrated the opening of the totally transformed WoW Bar & Grill at the Shangri-La hotel in downtown Chiang Mai.

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“The Beach comes to Chiang Mai” at the Imperial Mae Ping featured  these glamorous dancers!

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