Vol. VII No. 40 - Tuesday  September 30 - October 6, 2008
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Chiang Mai pro-democracy group promises continuing protests

No more coup! NAD protestors demonstrate in Chiang Mai on the anniversary of the 2006 military coup with the hope of the reinstatement of the 1997 constitution.

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Wichai Wittaya Bilingual School celebrates Ramadan at Holiday Inn

The Muslim occasion of Ramadan Iftar was celebrated September 19 by Wichai Wittaya Bilingual School at a special dinner held at the Holiday Inn.
The guests of honour were the governor of Chiang Mai Wibun Sa-nguanphong and his deputy governor Chumporn Sangmanee, the district chief of Muang, Chiang Mai and other dignitaries. The aim of the dinner was to bring Muslims together to celebrate Ramadan; the school has a policy of supporting the holy days and festivals of all religions. The occasion also brought about good relationships between the community, the honourable guests, the students’ parents and the teachers at the school.

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Mae Sai border market traders caught selling contaminated confectionery

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

It’s almost Garden Party time again – donations, please!

The Charity Rooftop Committee would like to make an appeal for any old clothes, household items, books etc.

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When Ford said Tata to Jaguar

With Ford having sold the British Raj, in the form of Jaguar Cars, to India in the form of Tata Motors, does this spell the end of what was once a very proud marque?

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DINING OUT
Around Town

St. Germain des Pres

St. Germain des Pres opened about a year ago. Shortly afterwards, it was reviewed here by Brian Baxter, who saw much potential in it. Since then, I have eaten there several times and I thought it was time for another review to assess what has happened in the last year. I have many reasons to keep coming back, including the excellence of some of the dishes, the good presentation of the food and the reasonable prices. So, why is it frustrating? Because, amongst the hits there are some wide misses. Even more frustrating, I always feel that, with a few changes, they could make these misses into hits – I like it enough that I want all the food to be as good as they are clearly capable of at their best.

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Chiang Mai Mail’s accountant, Supattra Boontiem (left), and delivery driver, Thatthep Sriman (right), recently celebrating their joint birthday party with friends and office colleagues at the Chiang Mai Garden restaurant and karaoke bar.

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