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Vol. XI No.11 - Sunday November 4 - Saturday November 17, 2012


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Governor asks for public cooperation during Loy Krathong

Khom Loy fill the skies of Chiang Mai during the Yee Peng or Loy Krathong Festival in November. This year the Festival will be held from November 25-29. The Chiang Mai Mail will publish the full schedule of events in the November 18 issue. (Photo courtesy of [email protected] Wikimedia.org)

Chiang Mai Governor Tanin Subhasaen called on everyone to help spread awareness of the dangers of hot air balloons or Khom Loy, during the Loy Krathong Festival. He warned the public to avoid using any steel materials that could cause electrical fires or shock were it to land on electric lines. The public was asked to avoid launching large hot air balloons and to announce a ban on the launching of balloons near the Airport.

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Chiang Mai to start tackling haze early

The Chiang Mai Provincial government held meetings with all 25 District Chief Officers to strategize on ways to combat wildfires and smog for the coming year. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has called on the Governors of eight Northern Provinces to find solutions to the forest fires and haze early on so that the impact on public health and the high tourist season is lessened.

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Pha Muang Task Force distributes blankets to high mountain areas 
Privy Councilor visits Queen’s Reforestation project
Tonpao to be site of 6 festivals in the coming year
Community Relief Program launched in Tambon Suthep
Lanna Architect Fair announced
Flora Fest at Royal Park Rajapruek 2012 will be held December 1
Bangkok Airways launches international check-through at Chiang Mai Airport

  FEATURES  
 
German community greets Ambassador Schulze

The very affable Ambassador for Germany Rolf Schulze paid a visit to Chiang Mai to meet and greet the local German and Thai community at Saenkham Terrace on Wednesday, October 17, 2012. German Honorary Consul Hagen Dirksen was joined by the German community in welcoming H.E. Schulze to the dinner party.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron appreciates the beware of drunks crossing the road sign at JJ Market!


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Fifth step to Lanna Artist Way

Chiang Mai University Art Center hosted the opening ceremony of the retrospective works Doi Saket native Pornchai Chaima on October 13, 2012.
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Education >>

New CMU President takes office


CMIS performs “Harvey’
Michelin-starred chef visits Prem’s Young Chefs
  SPORTS
 
Lanna Tigers storm to victory

The Chiang Mai Football Club, the Lanna Tigers took Thai Honda 1-0 in the first game of the AIS Champions League Round Division 2 moving them into the top four of the table in Group B. This win offers them a good chance to move into Division 1 next season.
  
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EATING OUT >>

Three Little Pigs isn’t messing around. This Southern food joint celebrates hearty portions of savory, honest, restaurant- caliber homestyle meals and treats. The food is large, in- charge, and on-point delicious.

Three Little Pigs
 

Pandamonium?
Electric school buses?
Drunk driving

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(From left) Barbara Grafstrom, Jane Roskell and Amy Grafstrom held a holiday fair selling Arun Thai Natural, 100% natural body care and massage products, hand-made in Thailand under fair trade, sustainable and not tested on animals as well as Siamese Dream Design, specializing in unique fashion and home decor items from repurposed indigenous textiles.

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