Vol. VII No. 17 - Tuesday  April 22 - April 28, 2008
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Songkran celebrations Chiang Mai - A ‘splashing’ time was had by all!

The Mayor of Chiang Mai pictured pouring water
on a reveller in the traditional manner.

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3 day protest by garlic farmers at Chiang Mai City Hall

More than 700 farmers and garlic growers from five local districts protested in front of City Hall recently, following a refusal by the Secretary General to the Minister of Commerce, Arisman Pongruangrong, to help negotiate a better price for their crops. During the three day protest, 500 members of the security forces, police and special task force units were deployed at the scene. On the third day, April 10, Arisman finally met with representatives of the protestors and with Natniti Wuthithammapanya, the head of the network of growers.

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Mae Hong Son opium field destroyed

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

‘Professor Paws’ leads the way

The American Pacific Kindergarten, Hang Dong Road, has started a Humane Education Programme, basically an interesting and important method of teaching children basic knowledge about living safely with dogs.

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More Bangkok
International Motor Show

Hyundai is showing a resurgence of this marque. Hyundai has been scoring very well in the quality stakes overseas and the ‘Veloster’ concept car looked every bit the part of a boy racer’s dream. The twin tail pipe treatment coming through the rear bumper was particularly appealing.

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FEATURES
Around Town

Pee Mai Muang 2008 to everyone!

The annual Songkran New Year celebrations in Chiang Mai coincided with the hottest days so far this season

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Edie Sossman and Tony Wilde einjoying the Songkran lunch promotion at the Imperial Mae Ping.

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