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Vol. XI No.5 - Sunday August 19 - Saturday September 1, 2012


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800 million trees to be planted in honor of HM the Queen

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra plants the first tree of 800 million to be planted in the next five years in honor of HM the Queen’s 80th birthday this year.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra planted the first tree in Mae Taeng as part of the opening ceremony of a 5 year project to plant 800 million saplings in honor HM Queen Sirikit’s 80th birthday this year.

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10,000 reward offered in 12 year old Kirsty Jones murder case

Sue Jones wipes away tears as she appeals to the public to come forward with information leading to the arrest of her daughter’s killer.

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more news >>

Khum Khantoke takes the Princess Cup 
BoT reports expanding economy for the North
Promenada donates a road to Chiang Mai
McDonald’s opens 165th branch at Star Avenue
Kasikorn launches SME assistance in Chiang Mai
Outgoing British Ambassador speaks on his time in Thailand
Ocean Dream launches inaugural cruise

  FEATURES  
 
Summer Splash raises funds for the Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion held their annual Summer Splash at the Pool at the Centre of the Universe and raised just under 15,000 Baht for the Royal British Legion. The Royal British Legion has been helping veterans since 1921, providing aid and care with recover centers for injured personnel; support for bereaved families,

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron said “Not quirky but darn sensible” on this photo he sent in


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Okinawa – Thailand arts exchange program at CMU

As proof of the flourishing of Japanese relations in Chiang Mai and the continued interest in Japanese arts and handicrafts a second exhibition featuring Japanese art opened in Chiang Mai,

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Education >>

Intellectual property rights roundtable


New Day Care Center
CMU Language Institute offers Bahasa Indonesia classes for free 
Meedee Depot offers kids activities on Mother’s Day 
  SPORTS
 
From The Tour de France to Surrey’s Olympic road cycling race

As a long term Chiang Mai resident and cycling enthusiast, this year has been outstanding for us British cyclists. Bradley Wiggins will go down in history as the champion road cyclist who changed British cycling for ever.  continued

EATING OUT >>

Although I recently said I rarely venture out to the Night Bazaar area, this month seems to have been my time to do so.

Billy Restaurant
 

Road congestion
Alcohol advertising in pubs
Happy birthday to HM the Queen

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Deputy Governor Rittipong Techapun and Boonlert Sooksereesup, Marketing Director of Cerebos (Thailand) launch the “BRAND’s Summer Camp: Brain Power for GAT – PAT across the Country” project to conduct free tutorial classes at Chiang Mai University Auditorium.continued

 

 

 


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