Vol. VII No. 22 - Tuesday  May 27 - June 2, 2008
Business & Travel
Dining Out & Entertainment
Academia Nuts
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Chiang Mai FeMail
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Visakha Bucha procession to Doi Suthep Temple attended by thousands

The traditional Visakha Bucha Day procession of thousands of celebrants winds its way upward towards Doi Suthep.

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First Practical Seminar for the future development of Chiang Mai

Last week, on May 23 at the Novotel Hotel, over 400 guests were invited to the “First Practical Seminar for the Strategy and Planning to Develop Chiang Mai City”. Guests from all walks of life were invited, and included municipality officials, traders, hoteliers, business people, and representatives of the local community. Yongyuth Ouipropassorn, Deputy Mayor of the City, opened the seminar, with the consultant to the Mayoral office, Sudchai Kannakulsoonthorn, also in attendance.

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Election Commissioners issue “red card” to Boonlert

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Peter Vella Californian Wine launched in Chiang Mai

Last week, Peter J Vella, vice president of winemaking and senior winemaster at the Ernest & Julio Gallo Winery in California, flew into town on a visit aimed at celebrating the company’s new joint venture with Bangkok’s Siam Winery with the launch of ‘Peter Vella Wines’.

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British police read
the Chiang Mai Mail?

Last week I wrote about the Caparo T1, a 200 mph supercar for two. This week I read in the overseas newspapers that the police in the UK could soon give speeding crooks a bit of a shock by chasing them down in 200 mph Formula 1 supercars. Yes, it was the Caparo T1.

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Around Town

Fashion Show Extraordinaire raises 100,000 baht for Single Mothers Project

On May 17, Soroptimist International Chiang Mai (SICM) held a Fashion Show Extraordinaire & Designers Show at the Empress Hotel’s Convention Centre, Chiang Mai, entitled “R*E*S*P*E*C*T, taking Action in Style”.

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The Band Plays On! Even although half of the Riverside Restaurant has moved across the road from the original building - you can still hear some great music.

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