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Vol. XI No.6 - Sunday September 2 - Saturday September 15, 2012


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Formula 1 proposed for Chiang Mai

This picture of Nigel Mansell was taken during practice for the 1990 British Grand Prix. (Copyright Row17 and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.)

Sombat Kuruphan, the Assistant Minister for Tourism and Sports came to Chiang Mai to meet with the Board of the Royal Rajapruek Park to discuss the possibility of bringing Formula 1 racing to Chiang Mai.

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Death Railway train re-discovered

An antique Japanese train that was used on the infamous Death Railway in Kanchanaburi and made its way to Chiang Mai only to disappear from train enthusiasts’ radar 20 years ago was found 25 kilometers south west of Chiang Mai on Highway 1269 by Phil Gibbins of Rider’s Corner sitting under a small roofed in area with four carriages nearby.

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HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn celebrates 20th anniversary of Prostheses Foundation 
Convention Center scheduled to open next April
Chinese Consul wishes Lin Ping a Happy Birthday
JJ Market joins in project to clamp down on underage drinking
Chiang Mai moves on illegal workers problem
The Heritage of Highland Hemp
ONCB reports on drugs in the North

  FEATURES  
 
Handmade Chiang Mai launches at OP Place

Handmade Chiang Mai is a collaborative effort between the British Council and the Chiang Mai Creative City Initiative as represented by the College of Arts, Media and Technology (CAMT), the Technology Development Center, Chiang Mai University and the Northern Handicrafts Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NOHMEX).

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Quirky Pics >>

Malcolm sent this one in and I must confess, it took me more than a double take to get what was not quite right here. Can you spot the problem with this sign?


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Rajasthani folk artists visit Chiang Mai

In a fantastic display of musicianship and dance, the Rajasthani performers that visited Chiang Mai at the invitation of the Indian Consulate wowed the audience at the Chiang Mai University Art Center’s theater on Friday, August 17, 2012.

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Education >>

Volunteering with WWOOF


Urawa Red hold football camps at Chiang Mai schools
  SPORTS
 
3rd University Sports Tournament of Chiang Mai

The 3rd Annual University Sports Tournament of Chiang Mai (USTCM) opened at Maejo University on August 17, 2012. The games are being held until September 15 and are co-hosted by Maejo University, Payap University, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, North Chiang Mai University, the Institute of Physical Education Chiang Mai, Pattanasilp Academy and Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Chiang Mai.  continued

EATING OUT >>

Tapas isn’t meant to be eaten alone, but if you do venture to Rioja 2 for solo dining, you are my new hero. I am there with you in spirit, looking over your shoulder trying to steal your food. For my trip, I invited nine of my closest friends to join me for dinner.

Rioja 2
 

Crosswalks
Too many shopping malls?
Potholes!

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Le Crystal General Manager Ajarva-Riddhi Diskul (2nd right) accepts a gift of antique currency from Dirk Weeber-Arayatumsopon (center) and Wuttipong Arayatumsopon (1st right) at the 4th anniversary party for Le Crystal held on August 19, 2012. They are joined by Ongkarn “JoJo” Chaiongkarn (far left) and Raya Luelai, President of Zonta International. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!).continued

 

 

 


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