Vol. IX No. 11 - Tuesday  March 16 - March 22, 2010
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 Doi Suthep fire destroys 25 rai of forest

25 rai of forest on the Doi Suthep –Pui mountain range was burned in a blaze that broke out March 9 at 2:30 in the afternoon. 50 men from various Royal Thai Army battalions of the 3rd Army Region helped the Forest Fire Control Unit of Chiang Mai to battle the fire and bring it under control.

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Demonstrations begin in Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators converge at a check point in Wang Noi, north of Bangkok on Saturday, March 13, 2010. Tens of thousands of “Red Shirt” demonstrators converged on the capital last weekend for a massive rally to force the dissolution of parliament. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Government sets up barriers to protect City Hall

Baby elephants in the streets

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Masters of the Piano – Sun-Ah Kim plays Mozart, Liszt and Beethoven

The Republic of Korean pianist Sun-Ah Kim and former student of Chiang Mai Music Festival Co-Founder, Professor Tong-Il Han, delighted a packed salon at the home of Anne and Kazuyoshi Murase, the two other co-founders of the Chiang Mai Music Festival on Friday February 26th .

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Chiang Mai ToyRide 2010:
Three’s A Charm!

Everyone exceeded their fun quotas at the third annual Chiang Mai ToyRide (CMTR) charity motorcycle ride on Sunday, 21 February 2010. Nearly 200 bikes of all shapes and sizes (and riders of all shapes, sizes and ages) met the Tesco Khamtien parking lot in Chiang Mai to start the ride/parade to the X-Centre near Mai Rim for an afternoon of food, drink, music, clowns, magician, best decorated bike contest, prizes, face painting, games,

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A Tale of three restaurants

Very recently I had reason to visit three different ‘up-market’ eating places within a few days:The first was The House (International), the second Gianni da Burchio (Italian) and the last The Gallery (Thai with more than a nod to the west).

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Ajaan Santi and teachers from the Santi Music School produced CDs of classical masterpieces for students at the Northern School for the Blind and presented them to the director of the Northern School for the Blind on March 8.

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