Vol. VII No. 25 - Tuesday  June 17 - June 23, 2008
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Electric vehicle transport
at CMU is clean, green and safe

Students now enjoy free and environmentally harmless
transportation on the CMU grounds.

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Paintings by Maesa Camp elephants presented to China

A recent visit to China by the President of the Thailand Chinese Association, Korn Thappalangsi, and the assistant MD of Maesa Elephant Camp, Peechaya Kulmapijit, was undertaken in order to cement relationships between the Thai-Chinese lineage and China itself, and to congratulate China for becoming host of the Olympic Games.

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Annual Charity Mae Jo-Sansai “Walk-Run” attracts 4000 competitors

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Chiang Mai International Women’s Book Club

Three generations of Chinese women living, loving and losing in Communist China…
Dracula being pursued across Eastern Europe by a knowledge-thirsty historian…

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Is this the ultimate fuel miser?

Hyundai, a company which is currently going from strength to strength, has announced their LPG-hybrid, which almost equals Toyota’s Prius gasoline-hybrid for consumption, but LPG costs much less than gasoline at the pump.

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FEATURES
Around Town

International students’ first Village School Support Fund Social a success

Located just opposite the Holiday Inn, River Ping Palace is a tranquil resort that does not catch all that much attention.

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Wim Fagel, GM Amari Rincome, welcoming Oasis Spa to the area, following their decision to move their offices to Nimmanhaemindha Road. Pictured; Yvone Hesketh, director of operations, accepting flowers from Wim, with Pakin (MD) and Toby looking on.

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