Vol. IX No. 32 - Tuesday  August 16 - August 31, 2010
Arts - Entertainment & IT
Eating Out& Entertainment
Mail Bag
Around Town
Travel & Tourism
Long Live Her Majesty Queen Sirikit
About Us
Current Movies in Chiangmai's Cinemas
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 Border landmine claims yet another victim

Mae Ka Pae, a 22-year-old female elephant, stands while resting her wounded leg at an elephant hospital in Lampang province, northern Thailand, Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010. She stepped on a landmine on July 29 while pulling logs in the jungle near the Thai-Myanmar border. (AP Photo/Wichai Taprieu)

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Something uniquely Northern

Tamarind Village is well known for their beautiful grounds, and charming poolside restaurant. Located in the heart of the old city, they have some parking inside, so it is possible to eat there without having to drive around attempting to locate a parking space.

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Princess of Lanna cuts the ribbon on new clinic

Dr. Dirk, as he is affectionately known by those who know him, celebrated the grand opening of his expanded clinic, the Podology Center, on Sunday, August 1 with Princess Dr. Chao Duangduen Na Chiangmai joined by Swedish Honorary Consul Mrs.

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Around Town

PAO brings more than 1,000 students to visit Night Safari

The Chiang Mai Night Safari welcomed the visiting group of students and their parents from schools of Ton Kaew Padungwitthaya, Ban Borhin, Srisangwal, Sotesueksa, and Kawila Anukul in a program sponsored by the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization (PAO) to bring more than 1,000 students to Night Safari on July 30.

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On August 2, Roj Thuwanasin, center, Chairman of Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium drew the lucky winning tickets from those who sent in the answers to the aquarium for the Q&A fun and games. The lucky winners are Tiwathip Praphanjul and Aphitchaya Padlar from Lampang, Phanthep Thanool and Thanathat Nilkaew from Chiang Mai, and Naisakarn Chantarajfrom from Phitsanulok.

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