Vol. VIII No. 52 - Tuesday  December 29 2009 - January 4, 2010
Art, Music & Culture
Dining Out & Entertainment
Our Children
Social Scene
Long Live His Majesty The King
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 Chiang Mai emergency personnel
ready for the New Year

Rescue personnel attempt to extract victims from a simulated car crash in rescue training that took place at the 700 Year Stadium on December 24.

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Red Cross Fair to host Miss Chiang Mai 2010

Boonlert Buranupakorn, President of Chiang Mai Administrative Organization (5th from left), Governor Amornpan Nimanant (6th from left), Chalermsak Suranan, Director of TAT Chiang Mai Office (7th from left) with the Miss Chiang Mai 2010 contestants.

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Two Northern schools to receive new dormitories courtesy of the Japanese government

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Our Children

Underprivileged children receive a helping hand

Baan Phonsawan Child Development Center (PCDC) provides education and development for ethnic minority children in Chiang Mai, the children that attend the center come from under privileged and marginalized migrant communities.

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Bikers and Hikers Unite to Help Children in Need

Ban Mai Samakki, a Kachin/Akha community about five kilometers from the Burmese border, desperately needed a pre-school. The Chiang Mai ToyRide joined resources with the Chiang Mai Hiking Group to make it happen.

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Three discoveries for 2009/2552

To be depressingly honest, I have sensed a decline in the standard of many restaurants in Chiang Mai over the past 12 months or so. I have been to several well known farang places and found them so inadequate that it was impossible to justify a review.

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Honda Racing Fest hits the mark with northern motorsport fans

The fifth and final round of the Honda Racing Fest 2009 took place between December 19 and 20 at Chiang Mai 700 Year Stadium and was a great treat to all motorsport enthusiasts in the north,

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