Vol. IX No. 37 - Monday  November 1 - Monday November 15, 2010
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 Dhevo Rohana: End of Buddhist Lent

Buddhist faithful line up to give alms to monks in a merit making ceremony.

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Cool season brings fields of sunflowers

The Bua Tong Festival in Mae Hong Son starts November 6, with fields of Mexican sunflowers turning the hills yellow and gold. The event runs through Loy Krathong with music, festivities and a Miss Bua Tong competition.

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EATING OUT
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Noi’s Cuisine

Let’s be honest: this little local eatery is not grand, not even slightly grand. It does not boast an extensive range of Italian delicacies, nor a fancy wine list (the house wine is a snip at 55 baht) nor is there fine linen and silver service. Many of the customers are young Thais, including students, plus a sprinkling of in the know farangs. As the headline suggests the place is friendly, the food simple and tasty,

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Ginger Café hosts World of Wines

Despite a few sprinkles, the rain held off for the evening of October 15 and some 200 plus people attended the Horeca hosted party with Chiang Mai Living at the Ginger Café. Parking was a problem and something organizers need to consider for future events, and it did drizzle a bit, but other than that the evening went off without a hitch.

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Education
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Chiang Mai Ballet Academy students win awards

His Highness Prince Ticomporn Yugala graciously presided over the Congratulation Ceremony for the Chiang Mai Ballet Academy’s students who won awards from the Asia Pacific Dance competition in Singapore.

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Randi Egan of Miguel’s Nong Hoi and Scott Taylor of Soho Bar enjoy the open night at Sangdee Gallery, held every Thursday from 7 PM.

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