Vol. VIII No. 8 - Tuesday  February 24 - March 2, 2009
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Leading academic says Chiang Mai air pollution getting worse

Newly installed water spray fans operate at Narawat Bridge
in order to reduce dust particles in the air.

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Contraband goods destroyed by CNX Customs

‘Over the limit’ and restricted goods seized from 13 incoming tourists at Chiang Mai International Airport were destroyed recently by customs officials. The goods included 840 packs of imported cigarettes, 12 sets of plastic cards, 1 table soccer game, 50 music DVD’s and one bottle of glue, and were reported as having a total value of 109,538 baht.

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Agriculture ministry asked to review ‘hazardous’ herb listing

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Imperial Mae Ping celebrates its 21st birthday with 3 Elvises

The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel celebrated its 21st birthday party in its own Beer Garden on February 18, with over 400 people having fun and congratulating the hotel.

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Inside running by Citroen

Citroen is preparing to launch a new small luxury car in 2010 as it looks to move up market and take on small cars from Audi, BMW and Alfa Romeo. The DS Inside concept car will make its public debut at next month’s Geneva motor show as a forerunner to a production version to be launched at the 2009 Frankfurt motor show towards the end of this year.

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The decline and fall of Vang Vieng

A friend was telling me recently of his tubing adventures on the Nam Song River, which runs at a deceptively slow rate as it passes through Vang Vieng in Laos. Further up river, it’s a rather different story though.

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Sharon and Sato (standing) with Rachel and Pat (seated)
enjoy a girls’ night out at the Garden Bar.

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