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

Scholarships awarded to outstanding Chiang Mai students

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

US Consulate general
in Chiang Mai

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. Open to all students from P.4- university level. The Consulate’s fun space is open to any youth groups (on behalf of schools, clubs, camps, youth organizations, etc.)

Friends For FREEDOM poster.

Theme: FREEDOM is… Painting Space: 2m X 2.84m. Participants should join as a team of 3-5 members, students aged under 18 MUST HAVE a supervising teacher. A team must submit the artwork sketch on <A3> along with the application form to [email protected] or mail to: U.S. Consulate General, Chiang Mai (Friends for FREEDOM), 387 Wichayanond Road, Chiang Mai 50300
- Application must arrive at the Consulate by the deadline of Dec 28, 2010.
- A team can submit only one piece of work.
- 9 teams will be selected to paint the Consulate’s mural on January 23, 2010.
Download an application form and read full details: http://chiangmai.usconsulate.gov/
For further details, please contact: Worawan Thanamongkol (waewWOW)
Public Diplomacy Assistant. 053-107-772 , 081-883-4008 . Visit http://chiangmai .usconsulate.gov


Scholarships awarded to outstanding Chiang Mai students

Officials of Seyama Education Fund and Chiang Mai Municipality.

CMM Reporters
55 outstanding students from Chiang Mai Municipality schools received scholarship grants totaling 110,400 baht from Tonomori Seyama, founder of the Seyama Education Fund of Japan. The scholarships, handed out by Tonomori and officials from his foundation on November 9, were given to students from Wat Si Don Chai School, Wat Tha Sa Toi Municipal School and Wat Si Ping Muang Municipal School.

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