Vol. VII No. 26 - Tuesday  June 24 - June 30, 2008
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Anti-government protestors reach Government House; no violence

People’s Alliance for Democracy demonstrators surge past lines of police officers on the road in front of Government House, having vowed to peacefully besiege it until the Prime Minister resigns. After some initial scuffles, police offered little resistance. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)

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Traditional crafts are focus for new tourist destination

A new cultural tourism location was opened Jun 11 in San Patong district, previously only little-known as an area in which rice perfume was produced, and located a short drive from Chiang Mai. The four tourist attractions comprise a wood-carving village, a village specializing in hand-made knives, a dolls’ exhibition house and a Singh modeler, all of which can be visited within a half-day trip from the city.

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OUR COMMUNITY
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Prem “Read to Feed” read-a-thon raises 25,000 baht

Recently, three Grade 5 students from Prem Tinsulanonda International School proudly handed over the proceeds from a “Read to Feed” read-a-thon which they had organized as part of their Grade 5 Exhibition inquiry project on the right of all children to quality education.

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Ban Chang’s classic car collection

An amazing collection of cars was made available for public viewing last weekend, and at the same time, a young burns victim from Buriram benefited from charity donations pledged at the event.

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Around Town

IMMF graduates present documentaries at graduation event

Last Friday, the Chiang Mai Mail was privileged to be invited to attend a Graduation Ceremony for the promising young South East Asian journalists from Thailand, Burma,

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Christian Roeschli, Hotel Manager at the Kantary Hills, welcomes Peter Malhotra, MD of the Chiang Mai Mail and Elena Edwards.

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