Vol. VII No. 35 - Tuesday  August 26 - September 1, 2008
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Miracle baby survives
shoot-out at Carrefour

The miracle baby who survived a shoot-out outside Carrefour.

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Doi Suthep temple undergoes first major restoration for 600 years

Recent reports state that the ongoing restoration of the main stupa at Doi Suthep temple is running out of government funds as of the 150 million baht grant requested, only 7 million baht was approved.
The stupa, traditionally believed to contain relics of the Lord Buddha, was considered to be at risk due to moisture accumulating in the ancient brickwork due to poor drainage and high humidity, has been under restoration for several months. The work is being done in 3 stages by skilled Salah Lanna craftsmen, who dress in white out of respect for the reliquary which contains the relics.

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Burglar targets teacher’s house

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Art, Music & Culture

Gabriel Fauré’s Nocturnes and Barcarolles - the second concert

During the second concert in the series “Nocturnes and Barcarolles”, pianist Bennett Lerner will be joined by Dutch tenor Jan-Ate Stobbe.

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Track day in Malaysia

Our motoring editor at large is John Weinthal who has just returned from sampling some performance machinery. John wrote: “CIMB is Southeast Asia’s fast growing universal services bank. It also promotes my adopted country’s Performance Car of the Year, organized by glossy [email protected] mag.

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Around Town

Soroptimists’ day with the women
of Mae Wang - and their kids!

Sunday August 16 was a very special day for the ladies of Soroptimists International Chiang Mai - the day on which representatives of the group visited Mae Wang village to present donations to a total of 23 single mothers.

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Stuart, Marie and Peter enjoyed the poetry readings at Baan Panom earlier this month.

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