Vol. IX No. 34 - Wednesday  September 16 - September 30, 2010
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Arts - Entertainment & It
Eating Out& Entertainment
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Around Town
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 New U.S. Consul-General in Chiang Mai

 Visits Akha village and talks about relations with Thailand, drug trafficking and education.

The new U.S. Consul-General Susan Stevenson pays a visit to an Akha village to present a ceremonial check from the Ambassador’s Cultural Fund for Cultural Preservation, giving them the opportunity to preserve their language and culture. Story on Page 11. Later she talked to the Chiang Mai Mail and other reporters about the new DEA Operation Hot Spot.

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Caravan tour around the North and North East

The popular TAT sponsored caravan tour around the North, East and North East will be held from September 18 -23 TAT’s Chiang Mai Office Director Chalermsak Suranant said at the press conference held at the Warm Up Cafe on September 3.

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Grenade attack on army camp investigated by security agencies

Police roadblocks

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Moxie’s at D2

Let’s get one thing straight: the words directly above are my own, they are not those of Khun Chalong who is undoubtedly far too modest to use them. They are simply a perception or opinion, not written in stone, but I would hope no less valid for all that. Perfection – like beauty - has to be in the mind and eye (or palate?) of the recipient. Rather like Sinatra singing My Funny Valentine, if you get what I mean.

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Grand opening of a boutique hotel
 in old city

The Rim Hotel on Arak Road inside the moat opened to great fanfare on Sunday September 4. The beautiful traditional hotel, done up in Lanna style with a traditional Colonial Lanna house as the centerpiece.

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Around Town

The Northern School for the Blind receives help from ThailandFreunde

The Thailand members of Thailandfreunde e.V., the bilateral human rights, social and cultural organization visited the Northern School for the Blind and disabled children near Suan Dok Gate in Chiang Mai to donate 30,000 baht to the school on September 1, 2010.

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Kantary Hills Chiang Mai’s General Manager Magrin Promyothi (2nd from left) recently congratulated Kasikorn Bank on its new branch opening at the Kantary Terrace, the new plaza adjacent to Kantary Hills Hotel, Chiang Mai.

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