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Vol. XI No.8 - Sunday September 30 - Saturday October 13, 2012


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Chiang Mai works to solve annual smog

Last year saw thick, choking haze blanket the city as fires burned out of control in rural areas in Chiang Mai and around the North. The government hopes to reduce this problem with a concerted education program aimed at farmers.

After last year’s choking smog and haze the Chiang Mai Provincial Government met to assess the situation and to meet with CMU researchers and authorities from relevant agencies to find solutions for the haze problem that plagues Chiang Mai nearly every year. The government plans to offer cash prizes to “Green Communities” that reduce the burning n their village.

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Thai-Muslims protest at U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai

Members of the local Thai-Muslim Community protested against a recently released controversial film that has sparked demonstrations and riots around the world.

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Lucky license plate numbers net 26.8 million Baht 
Governor checks out composting program at San Sai
Wat Phranon Khonmuang suffers 5 million baht in damages from fire
Japanese residents establish Health Support Foundation
The SUPPORT Foundation’s Exhibition of Hand Embroidery
Uniquely Lamphun; the Salak Yom procession
Under the Spotlight

  FEATURES  
 
Farewell party for Governor and Vice Governor

A farewell party was held at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 for Governor M.L. Panadda Diskul who is being promoted to the position of Permanent Deputy Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and for Vice Governor Yokying Worakarn,

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron sent this one in, saying, “I always sock my sock-less feet in the hot water as it flows past while I sip an iced latte!”


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
CMU Art Center has a busy October

The CMU Art Center is known for not only eclectic nature of its exhibitions but by the high quality produced by students, faculty and visiting artists. continued

Education >>

How Neuroscience Can Increase Quality in Education


English course teaches traditional Thai values to foreigners
  SPORTS
 
Chiang Mai delivers Regional Disabled Sports Games flag to Nan

The Permanent Secretary of Chiang Mai Adisorn Kamnerdsiri presided over the closing ceremony of the 31st National Disabled Games for Region 5, or the Srinakornping Games which Chiang Mai hosted from September 5-7.   continued

EATING OUT >>

We are navigating the land of smiles often times a tad bit lost, unable to fully wield Pasa Thai to our fullest, patiently bearing barriers between us and our home. Luckily, when we stay open and curious

Suntori offers the freshest fish
 

Does anyone know our friendly taxi driver?
What is going on at Immigration?
Thanks!

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Wouter Van der Stichel (second left) and Rustam Sibagatov (2nd right) jointly celebrated their birthdays at Soho Bar and Guesthouse on Huay Kaew Road on September 15, 2012.

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