Vol. IX No. 35 - Friday  October 1 - October 15, 2010
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 First phase of cable burial
completed for Chiang Mai city

A view of the Uppakut intersection of Thapae road and Chang Klan road with the hanging cables that had been blocking both the view and the footpath no longer present.

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Lampang Elephant Hospital returns mother and baby to the forest

Lampang Elephant Hospital has returned two elephants under the Royal Patronage of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sinrindhorn back to the forest in the Thai Elephant Conservation Center to live naturally. Phang Mojay, the 26 year old mother and her 1 year old male calf, Plai Thanwa had been bought from Surin by the people of Nakhon Ratchasima Province and presented to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to be cared for at the center in Lampang.

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New fire engines for Mae Sap

Rosy economic outlook for Chiang Mai needs work

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Nine lives

Quite recently I went to this modest neighbourhood restaurant after too long an absence. It offers Japanese food of a slightly unusual style, with a dash of Thai. The three farang friends and I enjoyed it so much that I returned just a few days latter with a Thai,

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US Alumni flock to Consulate

The U.S. Consulate General recently hosted a party for alumni of U.S. Universities as well as to introduce new exchange students to returnees. Judith Cefkin, Deputy Chief of Mission for the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok was on hand to greet former and new students along with Consul General Susan Stevenson. Dean Tidwell, the political and economic chief for the Consulate also met students whose stay in the United States extended back to 1963.

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Around Town

German cooperation with higher education in Thailand

German scholars and former students met for a recent DAAD get together at the Kantary Hills Hotel. DAAD is the German Academic Exchange Service, a non-profit organization that has been granting scholarships to Thai scientists and researchers since 1952. Thailand usually receives 6 scholarhips a year.

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Dato Sir Dr. Ng Yen Yen, Minister of Tourism for Malaysia visited the Four Seasons Resort on a recent official trip to Thailand to promote tourism between the two countries. Seen here welcoming the Minister is Mrs. Titiya Chooto, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.

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