Vol. IX No. 12 - Tuesday  March 23 - March 29, 2010
Business News
Eating Out& Entertainment
Mail Bag
Social Scene
Long Live His Majesty The King
About Us
Current Movies in Chiangmai's Cinemas
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern











 Red shirts burn Prime Minister’s
coffin at Democrat HQ

A coffin featuring Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajiva’s name was burned
in protest in front the Chiang Mai Democrat Party offices.

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Haze reaches crisis levels in the North

Thick haze has been blanketing the North for the past week with particulate matter (PM) levels exceeding recommended levels by record amounts. Mae Hong Son hit an all time high of 437 micrograms per cubic meter while Phrae was the only Northern Province to fall below the maximum recommended PM levels of 120.
Chiang Rai reached a crisis level of 329 micrograms per cubic meter of particulate matter on March 16, while Mae Hong Son hit a record level of 437 on March 17.

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Newly renamed Ratchaphruek Royal Park lays Songkran plans

Rain and haze

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Chiang Mai favorite goes historical

Chiang Mai boasts a plethora of venues with live music; from Guitarman with rock and roll to the Riva with acoustic and rock and roll. North Gate Jazz Club is a popular place for jazz lovers and Chai’s Blues House is the place to hear the blues. One popular musician in Chiang Mai started out at Guitarman over 6 years ago.

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Lions Club Thailand celebrates 44th National Assembly in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai played host to a parade of the Lions Club International, District 310, and Thailand to celebrate the opening of the 44th assembly meeting being held at the Convention Center at Chiang Mai University from March 19 to 21. 2,000 Lions Club members attended the meeting, with Lion’s members from around the country participating.

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This very attractive venue manages the seemingly impossible, being most things to most people without compromising standards. In one elegant garden setting, it operates as a café and restaurant serving Thai food, with a fusion or western slant (open all day, but closed Mondays) plus a salon de the, within an air conditioned room to the rear of the premises

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Dr. Howard Graves, icon of Chiang Mai musical life, and Anne E. Murase, Co-founder of the Chiang Mai Music Festival await with anticipation the formal recital by Santi School of Music students at the Murase home where almost forty enthusiastic guests gathered in support and celebration of youth and classical music.

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