Vol. VIII No. 7 - Tuesday  February 17 - February 23, 2009
Art, Music & Culture
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The ‘Rose of the North’ celebrates
with thousands of flowers

The annual Chiang Mai Flower Festival brought some vibrant colour and spectacle to the city centre over the weekend, February 6-8.

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‘Red shirt’ demonstrators disrupt traffic and Flower Festival

Some 3,000 pro-Thaksin red-shirted demonstrators from Rak Chiang Mai 51, Rak Lamphun 51 and Rak Lampang 51 disrupted traffic and caused major inconvenience to both residents and visitors to the Flower Festival on its last day, Sunday February 8.
The demonstrators, on foot and in vehicles, paraded around the moat road for some hours in protest against the government of PM Abhisit Vejjajiva, carrying banners written in both Thai and English urging that the government be forced to resign.

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Mae Jo university student raped and murdered

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A musical tribute to David Crisp

When Andrew McRady picked up his Great Highland bagpipes and stepped onto the stage in full Scottish regalia to play Highland Cathedral, David Crisp’s friends knew that this was going to be a special evening.

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Waltzing around in a Westfield

Be warned - there is an army of men in grey dustcoats trying to make sure that all fun has been taken out of driving a motor car. The Political Correctness Thought Police and the Health and Safety wallahs are padding the corners of the table, putting talcum powder on your willy and pulling up your pampers.

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Art, Music & Culture

A great way to reward customer loyalty - even in a recession

Nearly 300 people were invited to the Wine Gallery’s annual ‘Thank You’ party, held this year on the immaculate lawns of the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Devi Hotel, with a large number happily taking up the challenge of wearing fancy dress, as requested by the organisers.

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Breathless with adoration

‘Breathless with adoration’ – words written over 200 years ago by the great British Poet Laureate William Wordsworth, in a sonnet entitled “It is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free” – and how apt they are to describe the Fourth Chiang Mai Music Festival, held in various locations over the first week of February.

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