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Vol. XI No.12 - Sunday November 18 - Saturday December 1, 2012


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Red songthaews to run scheduled routes

Chiang Mai Governor Tanin Subhasaen at the launch of the new red songthaew routes around the city.

Some of the red songthaew trucks that fill the streets will be used to run regular routes around parts of the city in a bid by the government to improve public transportation in the city, Governor Tanin Subhasaen announced at the Chiang Mai Arcade Bus Terminal on November 5, 2012.

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Yee Peng Festival starts November 25

The full schedule of all Yee Peng or Loy Krathong. The Festival begins on Sunday, November 25 and the Grand Parade ends the festival on November 29, 2012. This fantastic event fills the city streets with fantastic lantern scultpures and the night skies with hot air lanterns.

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3,000 free WiFi hotspots in Chiang Mai 
San Sai Students win Energy Invention Contest
Campaign launched to tackle smog, fire, drought and cold
World Green City & Eco-Product Exhibition 2012
Northern Economy continues to grow
Under the Spotlight
Multicultural Celebration in honor of HM the King

  FEATURES  
 
Access to Justice

The 2nd Annual Access to Justice Public Interest Fair was held at Kantary Hills Hotel Saturday, November 10 and featured many of the human rights NGOs in Chiang Mai including Freedom House which offers educational programs to Burmese migrants and refugees,

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron noticed that this sign at at JJ Market has no ambiguity whatsoever, and while it may not be the usual sort of sign one expects to see at a nightclub, it is certainly welcome!


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
A Long Weekend of Fabulous Music

It was the first weekend in November and it came to be a memorable and outstanding few days of musical events both here in Chiang Mai and in Bangkok.
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Education >>

1.5 million Baht raised to aide hilltribe communities


Bronze International Award - new curriculum for PTIS Grade 9 students
  SPORTS
 
Lamphun girls impress on debut

The Sports Authority of Thailand Northern Qualifiers were held at Gymkhana Club in Chiang Mai on the weekend of 27th and 28th October 2012. This was a qualifying tournament for next year’s under-19 National Games which saw one match played by the boys and three matches played by the girls.    continued

EATING OUT >>

I confess to finding anything out beyond the city limits to be fairly far out, a trait I share with several good friends. However, when my friend Peter van Loo invited me out to his new restaurant,

Des Gourmet is not too far
 

Visiting the old locomotive
Late night transportation

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Skal International Chiang Mai president Annette Kunigagon is presented with a Membership Development Certificate on behalf of her club, by Skal International Thailand president Andrew J Wood (third from right). The certificate recognises Annette’s remarkable efforts in recruiting new Skal members in Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand (more than 10 percent in the past 12 months), leading her dedicated volunteers that make up the Chiang Mai club’s executives.

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