Vol. VIII No. 38 - Tuesday  September 22 - September 28, 2009
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Gorgeous Thai beauty
queens come to town

All 25 of the lovely Thai contestants in the upcoming heat to decide who represents the Kingdom at the Miss World final on December 12 made a public appearance at the Chiang Mai Zoo’s aquarium.

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Mong triumphs in Japan

Tokyo - Mong Thongdee, a 12 year- old stateless boy born to Burmese construction workers in Chiang Mai captured third place in a Japanese paper airplane contest Sunday after his tearful pleas to be allowed to attend prompted Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to step in and order officials to grant him a rare temporary passport for the event.

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Unlucky for some – Thai gamblers arrested for illegal entry

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8 Thai universities receive quality control awards

Eight Thai universities have been awarded quality assurance status after an evaluation procedure to judge their compliance with all requirements and the standard of their quality assurance systems.

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The Prem Golf Academy holds a short game clinic at Star Dome

The Prem Golf Academy presented its first introductory short game clinic on Sunday 13 September at the Star Dome putting and chipping greens. Sixteen Chiang Mai players - from beginners to intermediate players – attended the session.

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Art, Music & Culture

Tan Kuay Salak festival exhibition
at Chiang Mai City Museum

An exhibition of artefacts used during the traditional Buddhist festival of Tan Kuay Salak is being held until the end of September at the Chiang Mai City Museum’s Phumpanya Room, Tuesday through Sunday from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Porsche re-creates
the classic 911 RS Carrera

With VW taking control of Porsche, there are many who are wondering if the sports car maker will be able to build exotics any more. If there is a clamp-down, the new 911 Sport Classic may be the last “great’ sports car from the Porsche marque.

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