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Vol. XI No.3 - Sunday July 22 - Saturday August 4, 2012


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Rainy season brings Dengue fever to Chiang Mai

The Municipality has begun spraying around temples, schools and public areas to reduce dengue fever mosquitoes. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality).

As the rainy season starts up in earnest the numbers of dengue fever cases reported in the city continue to rise Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn reported to the Chiang Mai Mail in a recent interview. Dengue fever is on the rise nationwide with the Department of Public Health reporting over 17 000 cases of dengue fever this year with 18 deaths, a higher rate of infection than the same time last year and affecting more adults than children.

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Chiang Dao residents protest road construction

More than a thousand Chiang Dao residents blocked Highway 107 on July 5, 2012 in frustration over the long delayed completion of construction around the 70 km mark. The residents said the construction had been ongoing since 2005 and the delays had made the road unsafe with many accidents resulting in injury and death.

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Happy Birthday to HRH Princess Soamsawali 
First Chula Kite competition held in Chiang Mai
51 million Baht approved for National Games in December
Bar owners agree with Governor to enforce laws strictly
Under the Spotlight
First Skål club established in China

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Dr. Zhu bids farewell to Chiang Mai

Dr. Zhu Wei Min, the Consul General for the People’s Republic of China is a well-known figure among the diplomatic, government and media corps having served as Consul General for over three years.

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Ed sent this one in, “Nothing wrong with the English here!”


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
The Spirit of Budo comes to Chiang Mai

A courageous exhibition by artist Sinfaii Chaiyasith opened at Sangdee Gallery on Friday, July 13. Fai’s work chronicles her journey through depression.

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Education >>

Grandma Cares gets a visit from IFED’s Pat Sullivan


Hand, foot and mouth disease prevention
Chiang Mai Chamber signs MoU with CMU 
  Around Town
 

Krittaya Wongsie, Operations Manager of Tao Garden Health Spa & Resort in Doi Saket welcoms the inspection group from the Chengdu TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) office on the occasion of their visit to the resort recently.   continued

Update News

Happy Birthday to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on his 60th Birthday

2nd Annual Nimman Shopping & Dining Rally
The Siam Tulip Festival to be held at Royal Rajapruek
AirAsia tops in traveler polls


 

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