Vol. IX No. 7 - Tuesday  February 16 - February 22, 2010
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 Local community petitions Administrative Court to stop high rise construction

Members of the Khon Hug Chang Kien Group file a formal letter of complaint with the Administrative Court about high rise construction sites.

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Floral beauty at Chiang Mai’s 34th Flower Festival

Amornphan Nimanant, Governor of Chiang Mai, watered flowers in the opening of the 34th Flower Festival, with Miss Flower 2009 winner and runners-up looking on.

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Classic Cars at Think Park

The biggest ever line up of classic cars in northern Thailand saw over 70 smart vehicles from all over the world assemble at Think Park, opposite the Amari Rincome Hotel, on February 6th. American classics were the main theme, as the event was organised by the new American Car Club Chiang Mai, which more than doubled the turn-out at their first ever public meeting last year.

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Reaching Out to the Community

The Prem Center Visiting Schools Program at Prem Tinsulanonda International School had the pleasure of extending a helping hand to their neighbors at Nongplaman village primary school recently.

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EATING OUT
SOCIAL SCENE

Le Gong Kum

This review marks a slight departure from the usual food reviews since the venue is part , though a different nationality and open to all, of a charmingly stylish hotel that is also worth checking out should you be a visitor to Chiang Mai or, if a resident, need to find accommodation for someone.

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Duenpen (Boong) Chaladlam of Retire in Chiang Mai and Victoria Vorreiter at the opening of the Songs of Memory Exhibition at the Chiang Mai Arts and Cultural Centre on February 12.

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