Vol. IX No. 22 - Tuesday  June 1 - June 7, 2010
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 Buddhist faithful walk up Doi Suthep
to make merit on Visakha Bucha Day

Chiang Mai Deputy Governor Chumphorn Saengmanee rides in a Bussabok carriage to Wat Phrathart Doi Suthep in an ancient Lanna tradition held on the night before Visakha Bucha Day, the day that honors the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha. Chiang Mai people believe that making merit on this walk can lead to virtue and prosperity.

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National Tree day aims to make Doi Kham golden

Adisorn Kamnoerdsiri, Muang Chiang Mai District Chief Officer, planted the first Ratchaphruek tree to start the “Term Sri Thong Hua Doi Kham” Project, which aims to not only reforest, but turn the forest golden in honor of HM the King’s projects to conserve the environment.

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New BMW 5-Series
with no Bangle bungle

The new BMW 5-Series looks leaner and meaner, and far removed from the overblown whale that it had become under BMW’s former stylist Chris Bangle.

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Dr. Virachai Jamroendararasame installed as Governor of District 3360 Rotary International

Rotary International is the world’s first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs divided into more than 500 districts worldwide.

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EATING OUT
Around Town

Hong Taew Inn

Last week I reviewed a bustling, noisy restaurant called The Banana Tree. If one wanted to find a musical instrument to make a comparison a trumpet or timpani would be apt. By comparison the Hong Taew Inn (don’t be misled by the name which means Many Rooms Inn, it does not offer accommodation) would be a piccolo or harp. Horses for courses, as they say.

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Anant Leetrakul, a member of the Chiang Mai University Council, left, Assoc Prof. Dr. Bussabong Chamroendararassamee, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, CMU, 2nd left, Dr Wattana Khattipattanapong, Director of Sripat Center, 3rd left, and Pravit Akarachinores,

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