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Vol. XI No.1 - Sunday June 24 - Saturday July 7, 2012


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PM monitors flood prevention in Chiang Mai

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra views the Ping River from the Police Region 5 Headquarters which has regular flooding problems.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited Chiang Mai this month to track the progress of flood prevention projects including dredging in rivers in Chiang Mai and Lamphun as well as watershed areas in Chiang Mai. She met with officials at the Police Region 5 Conference room where Chiang Mai Governor M.L Panadda Diskul reported on the effects of last year’s storms with severe flooding, flash floods and landslides in the mountainous areas and the progress on work being done to improve the situation quickly.

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Blessings for longevity of Chiang Mai

The life prolonging ceremony, or “Seub Chata Muang” was held by the Municipality and was attended by government officials and the President of the Culture Council, Dr. Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)

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Blessings for longevity of Chiang Mai
Emergency drills held at Chiang Mai Airport 
Baby clouded leopards can be viewed at the Zoo
Emergency evacuation drills held for students
Under the spotlight
Chiang Mai Night Safari sees Middle Eastern tourist market grow

  FEATURES  
 
Anurak Napawan installed as Governor of District 3360 Rotary International

Rotary International is the world’s first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs divided into more than 500 districts worldwide. Many would come to believe that the position of Rotary District Governor in one of the districts in the Rotary world is a glamorous job. Little do they realize that to become a district governor the person must go through a gruelling test throughout his Rotary life.

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Quirky Pics>>

Reader Ron is a regular contributor to this column and has a keen eye for quirky signs. This one, he says, he likes the original “outside the box” thinking displayed.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
An Amazing Music Festival

Japanese-born pianist Jun Komatsu, Thailand’s leading violin player Tasana Nagavajara, and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra’s leading clarinetist, Yos Vaneesorn peformed for the Friends of Music Making in Chiang Mai at the Santi School of Music on Sirimangkalajarn Soi 5.

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Education >>

PTIS Students connecting globally and locally


NIS students graduate
Wai Kru Day around Chiang Mai 
  Around Town
 

Mr. Pakin Ployphicha, CEO of Oasis Spa gave a warm welcome to Dr. Chaiwut Tangsomchai, Master of Business Administration, Chiang Mai University and a study abroad group from Washington State University, WA at the Oasis Spa Lanna recently. The students were interested in the financial and business model of the highly successful Oasis Spas.    continued

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Boonlert Buranupakorn re-elected as President of the PAO

Disaster preparedness seminar held for Chiang Mai
Bee attack on monks at Wat Chedi Luang


 

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