Vol. IX No. 21 - Tuesday  May 25 - May 31, 2010
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 Violence erupts in Chiang Mai

A protest that turned violent with burning tires and broken phone booths off of Nawarat Bridge ended Wednesday night as officials imposed a curfew on the city. (Photo by Mick Jackson)

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Get ready! Lhin Ping’s having a birthday party

Chiang Mai has reason to celebrate on the 27th of May as the Chiang Mai Zoo announced plans to throw a gala Birthday party for Lhin Ping on her first birthday.

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Top shelf Bentley - a very expensive VW

The new top shelf Bentley Mulsanne sedan (owned by VW, remember) was revealed in Australia in May, but a queue of 15 potential Aussie buyers has already formed for the eight to ten cars expected to arrive here in the next 12 months, and its official drive-away price is A$ 695,000 (19 million baht at current exchange rate,

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Life in Greenland - the battle between surviving and rising of an old culture

Why surviving? There are different reasons we have to talk about: First, the high suicide rate of Greenlandic teenagers is at an amount of 100 per 100,000 people, whilst the average in Europe is 15 per 100,000.

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EATING OUT
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The Banana Tree

You might justifiably ask why I am reviewing and recommending this very spacious and already successful Thai eating place. The answer is simple and based on the assumption that many readers of the Mail are non Thais.

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Miss Thailand World 2009 winner Pongchanoke Kanklub presented a donation of sports equipment to Prachum Nimnoo, the Director of Ban Pongyaengnok School from Mae Rim district at the ceremony held at Kantary Hills on May 15 in Chaing Mai. Miss Thailand World 2009 and her second runner –up Pornpimol Sukmai, returned to Kantary Hills Hotel where they had stayed before winning the crown.

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