Vol. VIII No. 27 - Tuesday  July 7 - July 13, 2009
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Happy Birthday HRH
Princess Soamsawalee

Chiang Mai Mail joins the people of Thailand to humbly wish Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawalee a very Happy Birthday Monday July 13.
(Photo courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household)

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One month old! Lin Hui’s baby is focus of celebrations at the zoo

Lin Hui, Chiang Mai Zoo’s seven-year-old giant panda mother cuddles
her five-week-old cub. (AP Photo/Wichai Taprieu)

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American paedophile arrested in Chiang Mai


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Annual academic seminar to promote 2015 ASEAN Community

The 700 Year Stadium was the venue recently of the third in a series of annual seminars for more than 700 selected students and academics from Chiang Mai and nearby provinces, presided over by the Deputy Minister of Commerce, Alongkorn Polbute. In his opening address, Alongkorn cited the Department of Trade Negotiations as the prime government agency which maintains and supports the economy.

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Mae Hong Son gets Kentucky Fried Chicken, halal style!

Mae Hong Son city is now the proud possessor of its very own Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet, with another being planned for Pai district. However, the mayor of Mae Hong Son has stepped in and demanded that the brand image of the worldwide franchise chain be adjusted to blend in with the town’s historical and cultural image and traditional style. Local residents

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Art, Music & Culture
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Lanna puppet duo lose Walking Street pitch after international triumph

For Thais, resident expats and visitors alike, the traditional shadow or string puppet show must be one of the best- loved performance traditions in Thailand. Steeped in history,

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The Amari Rincome’s GM, Wim Fagel, pictured presenting a 5,000 baht scholarship to Sgt. Jumpol Khoonnam, a teacher from Chiang Mai’s Royal Border Police Benjama1 School. Students from various Chiang Mai schools entered their paintings for a competition held as part of the Amari Hotels & Resorts’ charity project, ‘Baht for a Better Life’.

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