Vol. VIII No.4 - Tuesday  January 27 - February 2, 2009
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Elephants find warmth
at jumbo camp fires

Two mahouts and their elephants try to stay warm by a camp fire on the banks of the Mae Taeng river in Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai. (Photo/Pramote Assararakwaree)

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Troops and police destroy local opium plantations

A combined force of local police and volunteers have destroyed more than 16 rai of opium plantations in Phrao district of Chiang Mai, and seized a quantity of raw opium. Police investigations are continuing as it is unclear who owns the planted land.

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PM feels kinship with Obama’s “politics of hope”

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Wanna go holistic? Why not do it right here in Chang Mai

Chiang Mai is set to host the Worldwide Holistic Healing Seminar 2009 from February 20-22 at the city’s Empress Convention Centre.

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300 km/h and topless

Don’t get too excited, this is not Luscious Lolita on speed, this is Bentley’s new Continental GTC Speed.
The Continental GTC Speed drop-top follows the GT Speed coupe released in August 2007. It has the same upgraded (ex VW) 12 cylinder engine that enables the ultimate cruiser to blast from 0-100km/h in around 4.5 seconds.

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FEATURES
Around Town

A ‘full house’ for the Chiang Mai Friends’ Group’s first anniversary party

After a tremendously successful first year, during which Chiang Mai Friends’ Group formed relationships with many Thai organisations including the municipality,

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The Christian Hinks welcome back to Chiang Mai dinner at the Nasi Jumpuri Restaurant along the Mae Jo Road.

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