Vol. VII No. 21 - Tuesday  May 20 - May 26, 2008
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Chinese rescuers entering remotest quake zone find devastation, stunned survivors

A woman grieves on the grave of her child who was killed in the earthquake at a school in Wufu, in China’s southwest Sichuan province. Parents have complained that the school was shoddily built - a common allegation with almost 7,000 schoolrooms destroyed in the earthquake. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)

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Government’s cut-price rice sells out fast at City Hall

Chiang Mai citizens gathered recently at City Hall to take advantage of the government’s allocation of 3,000 1 kilo bags of rice, to be sold at 120 baht per bag.
Customers were issued with a queue card on production of their IDs, and their hands were stamped to prevent repeat purchases over and above the three bags per person allowed. In this manner, hoarding seems to have been prevented, however, there was concern about the reselling of the bags at a higher price.

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Thai Airways compensates householder for roof damage

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Chilean TerraMater label wines presented at wine tasting event

Last week, Wine Connection Chiang Mai held a wine tasting event at their store in Nim City Daily, next to Rimping Supermarket.

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Our Hilux Vigo impresses the Aussies

Toyota Australia was very quick to trumpet the fact that the Toyota Hilux Vigo became the best selling vehicle in Australia last month: the first time a pick-up has achieved the feat.

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FEATURES
Around Town

Chiang Mai Mail M.D. Pratheep Malhotra installed as Rotary District Governor

The 61 clubs in the Rotary International District 3340 turned out in force at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort in Pattaya recently to honour their new District Governor, Pratheep (Peter) Malhotra.

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The GM of the Centara Duangtawan Hotel, Boonchai Suwatsakulsawasd, and his management team welcome the popular singer Amitta Tata Young, here in the city for a performance.

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