Vol. VIII No. 48 - Tuesday  December 1 - December 7, 2009
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 Long Live His Majesty The King

On this most auspicious occasion, Chiang Mai Mail joins the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 82nd Anniversary of the birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. On center pages this week we pay special tribute to our beloved King. (Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)

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Royal Flora Ratchapruek event to honor H.M. the King on his 82nd birthday

The Royal Flora Ratchapruek in Chiang Mai is holding an 11 day event to honor H.M. the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 82nd birthday. Beginning November 30 and running through to December 10, the event will feature open air stage performances every evening from 6 p.m. concluding with a fireworks show at 10 p.m.

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Chiang Mai University researchers present projects to HRH Princess Chulabhorn

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Sitthi takes back the world crown

The role model of Thai bodybuilding, Sitthi Charoenrith, was able to take back his world title at the recently completed 1st World Men’s Bodybuilding Championships, held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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U.S. Ambassador helps to preserve Phrae’s traditional old homes

The many stately old wooden homes of Phrae province received a boost when the U.S. Ambassador to Thailand, Eric G. John,

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Tsunami; popular Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar

Given the large number of Japanese living in Chiang Mai, it is no surprise that they are well catered for in terms of restaurants and other necessities of life – including golf.

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Eastern Seaboard plant to build Mazda2 sedan, as well as hatchback

There is much interest being shown by the new Mazda2 which is being built at the AutoAlliance Thailand (AAT) plant in the Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (ESIE). This will be followed by its sibling, the Ford Fiesta.

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