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Vol. XI No.10 - Sunday October 21 - Saturday November 3, 2012


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Chiang Mai Mail celebrates 10 years!

Ten years ago, Peter Malhotra saw a need in Chiang Mai, that of its very own English language newspaper. Over the ensuing years every member of the team has strived to ensure that the Chiang Mai Mail provides our community with news, events and coverage of social issues. Although I only came on board 3 years ago I feel a great connection to the Chiang Mai community and a deep sense of responsibility in offering the best publication possible. To that end, we are always open to your comments, criticisms and contributions. Feel free to email me directly shana @chiangmai-mail.

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Chiang Mai Creative gets an Asean boost

The Secretary General of Asean and former Nakhon Si Thammarat MP, Dr. Surin Pitsuwan, gave a compelling speech at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel on Wednesday, October 10, ranging in topics from the upcoming changes that Asean integration will bring, to the importance of boosting education in Thailand.

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Chulalongkorn Day honors the life of a great King 
Red Cross works to prevent teenage pregnancies
Chiang Mai Governor meets the press
Yi Peng scheduled for November 25-29
25th annual Chiang Mai Food Festival this month
Under the Spotlight: Virginia Bird Sabu Sabu natural lifestyle
AirAsia wins sixth TTG ‘Best Asian Low-Cost Carrier’ award

  FEATURES  
 
Sangob Foundation fundraiser held at the Spirit House

The Sangob Foundation works to teach villagers and children on sustainable agriculture using permaculture methods. They held a fundraiser at the Spirit House on Saturday October 6, 2012 to raise funds to further several projects.

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Quirky Pics >>

JR saw this picture at a Golden Triangle parking lot, “I was somewhat lost as to it’s meaning,” he noted.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Aung San Suu Kyi Sculpture

I have just arrived back in Southeast Asia for my annual immersion in the cultures once collectively known as Indochina. The main event of this trip will be the presentation of the original of my Aung San Suu Kyi sculpture to “The Lady”.
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Education >>

U.S. College Fair


Zonta Adopts Orphans
  SPORTS
 
Smart coming on strong in junior golf

Chiang Mai resident and PTIS student Chayutpol (Smart) Kittirattanapaiboon, a Division “A” player began this year’s junior Thai golf season with three first-place wins and one third-place finish out of four consecutive events.   continued

EATING OUT >>

I am an unrepentant meat eater. And while not a complete carnivore, I have been known to eat vegetarian every once in a while, I will crave a thick juicy steak every now and again.

There’s nothing like a perfectly cooked steak
 

Nimmanhaemin is in terrible shape!
Rumours?
Black smoke on the roads

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Care for Dogs Co-Founder Amandine Lecesne (right) is joined by volunteer and donor Katie who, after helping out around Care for Dogs for a few days, donated $3,000 to Care for Dogs to cover an upcoming sterilization program.

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