Vol. IX No. 20 - Tuesday  May 18 - May 24, 2010
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Around Town
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 Grand ceremonies held
to commemorate Chiang Mai City Pillar

Thousands attend celebrations to pray for luck and prosperity

The Chiang Mai City Pillar or Inthakin, is honored in an annual ceremony called khan dok at Wat Chedi Luang Worawiharn in Muang District where 32 bowls of flowers, incense sticks and candles are offered to the pillar to pay respects and call for help in bringing rain.

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Clashes, blasts in besieged Bangkok

An anti-government protester hurls a rock at advancing Thai soldiers, Friday, May 14, 2010 in Bangkok. Violence in Bangkok that has left more than 16 dead led the CRES to declare a State of Emergency across 15 provinces. 

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World Lychee Fair promotes tasty seasonal fruit

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Electrifying Mercedes AMG SLS eDrive

AMG states it will display a closer-to-production version electric SLS eDrive supercar later this year as it works towards a full production version in 2013. The Mercedes-Benz performance arm rolled out the first eDrive concept at the last September’s Frankfurt motor show, and many skeptics viewed it as a one-off green publicity push, but departing AMG managing director Volker Mornhinweg has told GoAuto in Australia that the car is much more than that.

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British Chamber hosts Networking evening in Chiang Mai

The British Chamber of Commerce of Thailand’s board came up from Bangkok to host the Networking One evening at the Rachamankha Hotel on Thursday, May 14. Chris Thatcher, the Director of the British Chamber of Commerce was joined byVice Chairman Graham MacDonald and other board members for the evening.

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Around Town

La Terrasse; Friendly but elegant French brasserie

Imagine that you are standing by the moat and I asked you to walk along Loi Kroh to find a restaurant offering French cuisine cooked by an owner/chef who cares about the food, with a friendly atmosphere and very reasonable prices. If you know Chiang Mai restaurants at all then you would think this a very easy task—all you have to do is walk 100m to the deservedly popular and recently expanded Chez Marco.

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Dr Chao Duangduen na Chiangmai, 2nd left, the President of Chiang Mai Provincial Council was graciously invited as guest of honor at the wedding party of Ms. Panna and Mr. Rudolf , held at the Rati Lanna Riverside Spa Resort, charmingly transformed into a traditional Lanna scene.

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