Vol. VII No. 46 - Tuesday  November 11 - November 17, 2008
Art, Music & Culture
Dining Out & Entertainment
Social Scene
Chiang Mai FeMail
Happy Birthday HM Queen Sirikit
About Us
Current Movies in Chiangmai's Cinemas
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern











Global House totally
destroyed by raging fire

Flames engulf the Global House store, sending hundreds
of employees and early shoppers fleeing for their lives.

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San Sai pro-government protest sparks national repercussions and concerns

Another siege by political faction protestors took place in San Sai on Monday November 3, when a group of approximately 200 members of the red-shirted pro-government Rak Chiang Mai 51 group descended on the Thai Public Services Broadcasting’s premises, intent on its occupation. Tents were set up, a truck with bottled water arrived, as did a lorry equipped with toilet facilities, and local food stalls moved in. A sound system was installed, and was soon broadcasting music and speeches. Around 50 local police were sent to the venue; shortly afterwards the road was closed and protestors were seen at the junction with highway 118 waving flags at passing motorists.

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City afloat with Loy Krathong festivities

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Count Gerald’s Chao Phya Abhai Raja Siammanukulkij Foundation launched

On October 29th, in collaboration with Count Gerald van der Straten Ponthoz, H.E. Jan Matthysen, the Belgian Ambassador to Thailand, hosted an elegant cocktail party at his residence in Bangkok.

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Nissan reveal the new Zed car

The 370Z will be officially unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show which opens in mid-November; however, there have been plenty of ‘security leaks’ and even the publicity photographs are available on the Nissan websites. There are also some visual hints of the new GTR in the new Zed.

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Around Town

Ghoulies, ghosties and very odd beasties haunt the streets of Chiang Mai during Halloween

This year’s Halloween in Chiang Mai saw its fair share of Ghouls, Ghosts and little red Devils.

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‘Noodle Duck’ at The Pub on Huay Kaew Road.

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