Vol. IX No. 6 - Tuesday  February 9 - February 15, 2010
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 Kawila Army camp besieged
by Red Shirt demonstrators

Rak Chiang Mai 51 and members of other red shirt groups rallied in front of Chiang Mai City Hall on February 4 demanding to meet with Pairote Saengphuwong, Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai. The group was not satisfied with the result of the government’s recent order for them to pull out of the area and sought clarification from the Deputy Governor.

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Chinese New Year Festival to be held at Warorot Market February 14 & 15

The Chinese New Year Festival will be held at Chiang Mai’s Warorot Market on February 14 and 15 and organizers proclaim it to be bigger and better than previous festivals.
The area will be decorated with Chinese lanterns, auspicious signs, and sayings, with spectacular displays of Chinese acrobatics from Wat Saolin, a giant lucky basket of oranges and Chinese biscuits for charity, and a parade featuring a fire dragon more than 40 meters long.
Chinese food shops, booths and restaurants will set up market style for the two day event. Mayor Tassanai added that this year’s Chinese festival is the City’s 8th, offering entertainment for visitors and residents alike. In addition, there will be a lion dancing troupe, a parade of Chinese divinities, Chinese music, and a parade of Thai –Chinese clubs and associations from Chiang Mai.

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Antique Imperial Chinese robes on display


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OUR COMMUNITY
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CMU hosts 7th Annual Art Exhibition

Chiang Mai University (CMU) held its 7th Annual Art Exhibition by the Jed Yod Group and the same time, students from the Fine Arts Faculty were given the opportunity to present their thesis works.

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Networking One holds another successful meeting

Paradigm Private Clients and Aequus Asset Management joined the Networking One event at the Shangri-La Hotel on Thursday, February 4.

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EATING OUT
SOCIAL SCENE

Taste From Heaven

This restaurant is the epitome of all that is good about eating out. It offers, as the quaint British saying goes, ‘the fully monty’ – accurately pressing the handful of buttons that make us get off our butts and head out in hopeful anticipation of not just a decent meal but of an enjoyable evening out.

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Arunee Sirsutharak, housekeeper at the Amari Rincome Hotel 3rd left, and Kotchakorn Chamsue, 2nd left, guest relations officer for the hotel, receive certificates of honesty from the General Manager, Niwatcharee Wangsunthorn, 2nd right, for returning $7,500 US forgotten in the safe of the hotel room by a guest after he had already checked out.

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