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Vol. XI No.2 - Sunday July 8 - Saturday July 21, 2012


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Chiang Mai in charge of Chiang Mai

Chamnan Chanruang is leading the call for Chiang Mai self-management.

The newest color movement to hit Chiang Mai are the “orange shirts” led by scholar Chamnan Chanruang who held a rally at 3 Kings Monument on June 24, 2012, the 80th anniversary of democracy in Thailand to call for increasing autonomy for Chiang Mai.

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President of PAO’s plans for Chiang Mai’s future

In an exclusive interview with the Chiang Mai Mail after winning his re-election as President of the Provincial Administration Organization (PAO) for another four year term, Boonlert Buranupakorn talked about his plans for Chiang Mai province’s future.

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10,000 people join World Anti-Drugs Day 
Campaign launched to plant symbol of Chiang Mai around the province
Governor meets with heads of local government
Life Sciences Innovation Conference
Flash flood warning system active around Chiang Mai
PAO candidate files protest on election results

  FEATURES  
 
Care for Dogs’ staff and volunteers celebrate 6th Anniversary

To celebrate Care for Dogs’ 6th Anniversary, friends of the Foundation had invited staff and volunteers for an outing to Mae Wang for a bamboo rafting trip. After a delicious vegetarian lunch at a little riverside restaurant, the team was ready for boarding and enjoyed gliding through the emerald green jungle.

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Quirky Pics >>

Tom sent this one in, he said that while it is not a quirky sign, it certainly is quirkily random. This little clay dog was left by the side of the electric pole on Nimmanhaemin.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
I Have a Dream

In a prestigious bid to place Chiang Mai firmly on the map in the eyes of the world, Ajaan Ayu Namthep will be taking her wonderful Payap University Choir to participate in the Seventh World Choir Games to be held in Cincinnati, USA, from July 4th to July 14th.

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Education >>

Students protest sale of alcohol around the moat


New President for Chiang Mai University
“Who is in your schoolyard?” Or “PTIS brings the farm yard to the school yard” 
  Around Town
 

North Gate Jazz Co-op held a party to launch the book of one of it’s co-owners, Pharadon ‘Por’ Phonamnuai (far right). With him are friends and fellow musicians who joined in the party to celebrate the new book. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)    continued

Update News

Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn

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


 

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