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Vol. XI No.7 - Sunday September 16 - Saturday September 29, 2012


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Chiang Mai dams safely below capacity

The Mae Kuang is currently below capacity and Director Wuttichai said it can easily absorb rainfall which will allow water to flow into the river at normal levels. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Paramotoring Club)

The Mae Kuang Dam is currently at 98 million cubic meters of water, or 37.5 % capacity which Wuttichai Rakasasuk in charge of maintenance at the dam, says is normal for this time of year and well within expected parameters. He added that the Mae Ngad Dam is also below capacity.

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Cabinet approves transfer of Governor

On September 4, 2012 the Cabinet approved the transfer of Chiang Mai Governor M.L. Panadda Diskul to the position of Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior effective October 1. The incoming Governor is the current Governor of Chiang Rai; Tanin Supasaen.

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Tribal Festival at 3 Kings 
Members of the Sikh community travel from Bangkok to visit new school
Mae Teon and Monjong villagers want their own district
Payap Choir receives congratulations on Silver medals
Fireworks factory explodes, injures 3
Farewell to the TAT Director
HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to preside over Congress on Science and Technology

  FEATURES  
 
Rotary challenges world’s governments to target Polio

Mary Stitt is an 87-year-old retired elementary school principal, mother of five, grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of six.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ed sent this one and I must say, I couldn’t agree more!


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Hucky Eichelmann plays Payap

Classical guitarist Hucky Eichelmann played and toured Northern Thailand, including holding workshops for interested students. Here he is, performing at Payap. (Photo courtesy of Hucky Eichelmann).

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Education >>

Coaching football for the Early Years children


Swedish University seeks closer ties with CMU
Traidhos introduces a wellness program initiative
  SPORTS
 
Elephant Polo in Hua Hin

The annual charity Elephant Polo match was held in Hua Hin this past week, with the grand opening parade on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 through Hua Hin and the matches beginning Thursday, September 13, 2012 at the stadium and the grand finals being held today, Sunday September 16, 2012.  continued

EATING OUT >>

As you come around the Sirphoom corner on Moon Muang Road you can’t help but notice the Riders Bar right there on the corner. And like me, you may have assumed it was a bar just for people who ride big bikes. Well,

Not just for bikers
 

Tourist buses
Japanese WWII era train
Dengue fever update?

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Brian Pern (far left) welcomes the Expats Ladies Lunch group to Pern’s Restaurant on Huay Kaew Road on September 5, 2012. The Expats Ladies Lunch is an offshoot of the Chiang Mai Expats Club and meet for lunch twice a month. Details can be found in the Community Happenings Calendar.

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