Vol. VIII No. 46 - Tuesday  November 17 - November 23, 2009
Art, Music & Culture
Dining Out & Entertainment
Social Scene
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 Over 630,000 people to be affected by cold weather

Over 633,000 people in more than 226,000 households are expected to be affected by cold weather in Chiang Mai, according to the Chiang Mai Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Office. District officials from all over the province calculate that over 260,000 blankets and more than 86,000 jackets will be needed. Many organizations have contacted the office requesting aid for area residents.

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Border Patrol seize illegally harvested teak in Mae Hong Son

Border Patrol and forestry officials inspect seized teak logs in Mae Hong Son.

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Lost Canadian tourist rescued in Salween National Park

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Celebrating Strong Bonds between Northern-Thailand and the U.S.

The U.S. Consulate General, Chiang Mai cordially invites students to join its Youth Mural Painting Project “Friends for FREEDOM”, celebrating the Consulate’s 60th anniversary, highlighting the strong bonds between the US and Northern Thailand. The program aims to open the Consulate’s mural space for youth’s freedom of expression and creativity.

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Play celebrates 600th anniversary
of Lanna King Tilokarat

Together with the Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Humanities, Chiang Mai city is producing a play based on the life of King Tilokarat in celebration of the 600th anniversary of his reign and the 45th anniversary of the Humanities Department. King Tilokarat was the strongest of the Lanna Kings, expanding the Kingdom, and building and restoring many notable temples.

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Good value eating

With no seeming prospect of a high season this year in Chiang Mai or indeed anywhere else, and not just in Thailand, it seems that tightening belts might continue to be the order of the day.

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Ajava-Riddhi Diskul, 2nd left, co-Managing Partner of AARD, was introduced as the new managing director of both the French restaurant Le Cuisine on Paton Road and the Steak House Pub & Restaurant at JJ Market on November 5.  With him, are Ms. Orawan Suramana, left, Operation & PR,  M.L. Anuwat Jayanta, 2nd right, consultant and co-Managing Partner and Ms. Khanisorn Sakulsang, Sales & Marketing, far right.

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