Vol. IX No. 26 - Tuesday  June 29 - July 5, 2010
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 Chiang Mai bids farewell to U.S. Consul General Mike Morrow

U.S. Consul General Michael K. Morrow and his wife Shannon greet Deputy Governor Chumphon Saengmanee at the party held at the U.S. Consulate General on Wednesday, June 23 to celebrate the anniversary of the U.S. Consulate General in Chiang Mai and to bid farewell to the Morrow family.

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No plastic bags allowed!

The littlest environmentalist at the No Plastic Fantastic party at dusit D2 Hotel brought her own cloth bag for the party that was organized by the Dusit D2 Hotel and the Hope Institute for Society (HopeSo) on Friday, June 18. Promoting the use of cloth bags instead of plastic, the party was held to not only raise awareness of environmental issues and the need to recycle and reuse but a part of the proceeds from ticket sales went to benefit the Prostheses Foundation of H.R.H the Princess Mother as well. (Photo by Supoj Thaimyoj)

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Citroen returns to the DS label

Citroen has confirmed that the DS badge is back. Now on sale in Europe, the premium three-door French hatchback called the DS3 has a choice of diesel or three petrol engines, three transmissions and a selection of customization options.

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Junior cricket celebrates 10 years in Chiang Mai

In a country famed more for its boxing than any other sport, cricket has long been making inroads in Chiang Mai.

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EATING OUT
Around Town

Great Expectations

There’s a nice cartoon in a June issue of the New Yorker, which shows a teenager seated at home, wearing a baseball cap. His father approaches him saying, ‘Bad news, Sam, we’re going haute and you have to take off your cap’.

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(From left) Ana Gracey, who performs Friday nights at the Gallery and also volunteers her time with Care for Dogs joins fellow Care for Dogs helpers, Teresa Khongtham of Nok em Dead jewelry, Gill Saviker, Project Coordinator of Cat Sterilization, and Jenny at the CityLife Summer Solstice Ladies Night bash at the beautiful Moroccan style boutique hotel on Nimmanhaeminda Soi 9, Niman Bar and Restaurant.

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