Vol. VIII No. 21 - Tuesday  May 26 - June 1, 2009
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Have the Junta gone too far?

An anti-Myanmar government activist holds a portrait of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi during a demonstration Monday, May 18, 2009, outside the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Famous astrologer attracts controversy over religious complex

The famous astrologer, Warin Buaviratlert, is attracting controversy over his plans to erect a building to be used for religious rituals, a statue of the Lanna King, and a sacred sanctuary and pavilion including a footprint of the Buddha on land at the entrance to the Huay Tueng Tao reservoir in Chiang Mai.
The aim of the 185 million baht project, to be funded by donations from the astrologer and his followers, is to counter the negativity caused by wrongdoing and the political unrest at present evident in the country. The complex will also be used to spread knowledge about the history of Buddhism.

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Chiang Mai gears up to prevent swine flu

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OUR COMMUNITY

Blood, sweat and tears: where do we sign up?

Chiang Mai, May 9 - As I lie dozing, a glimmer of early morning sunlight shining through the curtains, I hear a loud thump from the room next door.

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New HIV/Aids support centre for Samoeng Hospital

Over 3 million baht has been provided to Samoeng Hospital by the Japanese government under its Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Scheme (GGP) for the construction of a support centre for HIV/Aids patients.

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OUR CHILDREN
SOCIAL SCENE

Young artists’ competition work goes on show

Young artists whose work was exhibited at the Night Safari between May 18 and 24 under the title of ‘Thai Sea and Global Warming’, were in attendance on the opening morning to receive certificates commemorating their participation in the exhibition.

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The 3rd Army Area’s Deputy Commander, Major General Thongchai Taepharuk,

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