Vol. VII No. 28 - Tuesday  July 8 - July 14, 2008
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Thai Cabinet suspends cooperation
with Cambodia on temple status

Cambodia’s famed Preah Vihear temple is seen on the Cambodian-Thai border in Preah Vihear province, about 245 kilometers north of Phnom Penh. Thailand has suspended its decision to support Cambodia’s bid to have the 11th century temple declared a world landmark, the deputy prime minister said. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

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People’s Alliance for Democracy holds Chiang Mai seminar

Members of the anti-Thaksin political party People’s Alliance for Democracy held a seminar on “Thai politics viewed through the present situation” at the Rattanakosin Hotel in Chiang Mai on June 29. Asst. Prof. Choemsak Pintong, (former Senator), Dr Surat Horachai, (lecturer in International Relations at the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University), and Swing Tanud, (former member of the 2007 Constitution Drafting Committee), presided over an audience composed mainly of older businessmen and academics.
Pamphlets were handed out describing the history of the Thaksin regime, and detailing the former PM’s administration of the country which, the PAD considers, has destroyed Thailand’s democracy. CDs and shirts were also on sale, containing the words ‘Love Thailand, Fight the Thaksin Regime’. Bands of yellow cloth were distributed at the entrance, to be tied around the head or wrist.

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Doi Suthep temple Chedi under restoration - again

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An ambitious and challenging recital by tenor Antoine Garth

A daring and ambitious programme of classical songs attracted a good-sized audience to the Shangri-La Hotel on Saturday, June 28. Daring and ambitious are used here because a number of the songs are relatively unknown even in Western concert halls, and the songs themselves are challenging from a different aspect - does the music faithfully reflect the intentions of the poets? The poets themselves are household names in France and Germany - Hermann Hesse, Paul Verlaine and the indomitable Baudelaire.

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New Kart track in South Pattaya

The EasyKart people are definitely the big movers in the local Karting scene, and with the opening of their new venue close to Bali Hai Pier which is fully floodlit, means that you can race karts until 1 a.m. That’s right, one in the morning!

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Around Town

British Ambassador to Thailand visits Chiang Mai

The recent visit to Chiang Mai of the British Ambassador to Thailand, Quinton Quayle,

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Spotted at the Shangri-La, going into the Antoine Garth concert were Maurice, Tony, Lucy and Tamie (l/r).

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