Vol. VIII No. 43 - Tuesday  October 27 - November 2, 2009
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 HM the King’s appearance brings joy to our hearts

His Majesty the King rides on a wheelchair as he appears in public on Friday, Oct. 23, 2009 for the first time since He was hospitalized over a month ago. His appearance came a day after the palace pronounced His health “stable,” (AP Photo)

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Living newspapers

There is a tendency to look upon a newspaper as several pages of processed dead trees with ink embossing describing items of “news”. That concept is incorrect.
However, newspapers themselves are not something ‘new’. Newspapers have been around for centuries. It is accepted that the first newspaper was printed in 1605 and the first English language edition in 1620. That makes your Chiang Mai Mail a veritable infant, having first been published in 2002.
But back to the dead trees. Any newspaper, and that includes this one, is not a dead object, but has a life of its own. It reflects the needs of any society, and as those needs are constantly changing, due to many factors, then the newspaper must change with those needs. As the society lives and evolves, so does the newspaper.

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HM King Chulalongkorn the Great

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Chiang Mai Photographic Group Exhibition 2009

The Chiang Mai Photographic Group’s second exhibition will open to the public at Northern Village, Central Airport Plaza at 4.00pm on Saturday November 14th.
This diverse collection of arresting images from all over Asia marks the group’s second birthday and illustrates that there’s a lot more to be photographed than the usual fare of temples, hill tribes and sunsets!

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Celebrities galore at Khunying Sasima’s birthday party

Family members and close friends led by Chalermbhand Srivikorn recently organized a lavish dinner party in celebration of the 72nd birthday anniversary of Khunying Sasima Srivikorn at the Jum Thong Hall, Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi in Chiang Mai.

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Asahi - Japanese restaurant near
the Night Bazaar

There are dozens of Japanese eating places throughout the city, ranging from the ultra smart Tengoku, opposite the Mandarin Oriental, through to several in the Airport Plaza alone and many local and small, though excellent, places such as Tsunami, opposite Chiang Mai University on Huay Kaew Road.

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Major badminton tournament gets underway

Chiang Mai’s Deputy Governor, Chumporn Saengmanee, presided over the opening ceremony for the “Victor-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Open 2009” badminton tournament on October 19 at the Gymnasium 1 in the Muang Chiang Mai Stadium.

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