Vol. VII No. 39 - Tuesday  September 23 - September 29, 2008
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Traditional Nan Boat Races promote togetherness, tourism and health  

Traditional phyanak boats taking part in Nan province’s annual races.
 (Photo by Prasit Songmuangkan, Nan)

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Glutinous rice farmers protest again

Earlier this month angry local glutinous rice farmers, whose previous protests had resulted in a promise to meet their demands, surrounded the Chiang Mai headquarters of the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives, insisting that payments be made for rice already delivered to the Siripinyo Rice Mill.

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Private sector investment in National Parks plan causes controversy

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Latest Ladies Night Out at UN Irish Pub enjoyed by all

That well-known venue, the UN Irish Pub on Ratwitti Road was the selected venue for September’s Citylife Ladies Night’s quarterly bash, well attended as always.

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Hyundai really coming to the fore

It is the avowed intention of Hyundai to be in the top five auto manufacturers in the world. To get to that objective, they have tightened up their quality control, so much so they have recently scored very well in customer satisfaction and expanded their vehicle line-up.

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FEATURES
Around Town

Baan Anatta – organic, eco-friendly, natural – all in beautiful surroundings

The latest resort in our ongoing series, Baan Anatta, is located on the Mae Tang River about 50 km north of Chiang Mai. Due to the rainy season’s unusual “rainy-ness,” we arranged for the resort to pick our group of five, (I was the only farang), up from the city. The journey takes almost 2 hours, the last 9 kms, more track than road, taking up most of the time.

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The Imperial Mae Ping hosted Nestle’s food promotion introducing ‘Maggi’ products, which will be supplied by Horeca to CM hoteliers and restaurants.

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