Vol. IX No. 31 - Tuesday  August 3 - August 9, 2010
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 Say No to violence against women

One of the marchers in the campaign to say no to violence against women rings a bell to mark the importance of education and awareness about violence against women. The parade started at 3 Kings Monument on July 31, 2010.

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Asarnha Bucha at Wat Phra Singh

Buddhist faithful flocked to Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn on Asarnha Bucha Day, Monday, July 26, 2010 to perform Wian Tian at 7 p.m.. Chiang Mai Governor Amornphan Nimanant presided over the ceremony and walked around the temple for three rounds, lit candles and incense to perform the Wian Tian ceremony. Asarnha Bucha Day commemorates the day the Buddha gave his first sermon, The following day marks the beginning of Khao Phansa, or Buddhist Lent. (Photo by Supoj Thaimyoj)

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Giorgio Italian Restaurant

Early next year this restaurant will be celebrating ten years in business. You might say that a decade is not a great time span, but in terms of Chiang Mai and the volatility of the catering trade it’s a very long time indeed: all the more so because Giorgio’s has remained consistently popular and only a couple of years ago opened a second venue not far from its Chang Klan Road original. I have not actually been to that restaurant but will report on it some time in the near future.

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Myanmar tourism officials visit Chiang Mai

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Chiang Mai Provincial Authorities hosted a welcome party for 50 members of a group of Ministry of Hotel and Tourism, tourism officials and business people including the Air Bagan management and staff from Yangon, Myanmar on July 22 at Chiang Mai Night Safari and July 23 at the Shangri La Hotel.

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Summer Camp at Traidhos

Early morning at the Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning (formerly known as The Prem Center) brings the quiet shuffle of waking students, even during the summer holidays.

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Inaugurating Sangdee Gallery’s new Karaoke night, popular local singer Book Kitavadhana (left) joined in song and celebrated his birthday with Kalmapijit, center and Po Garden at Sangdee Galleryon Sirimangkalajarn soi 5 Tuesday, July 27.

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