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Vol. XI No.14 - Sunday December 16 - Saturday December 29, 2012

Around Town
Arts - Entertainment
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
Creature Features
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Doctor's Consultation
Eating Out & Recipes
Let’s go to the movies
Life in Chiang Mai
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Santa Claus is coming to town

Santa Claus came a bit early this year, arriving in a tuk tuk to the delight of the many children who were at the Chiangmai Gymkhana Club for the annual Christmas Breakfast on Sunday, December 9, 2012. The annual Christmas breakfast is a highlight of the holiday calendar for both parents and kids with magic shows, Christmas songs, a breakfast buffet and of course, Santa Claus who drove in with tuk tuk horn honking and small children streaming behind hoping for presents from Santa’s red sack overflowing with goodies.

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First frost on Doi Inthanon

Holiday makers travelled to Chiang Mai to enjoy the first days of the cold weather season during December 8-10 to view “Jack Frost” or Meai Kab at Doi Inthanon. Kriengsak Thanomphan, Head of Doi Inthanon National Park, reported more than 5,000 people visited the peak of Doi Inthanon from December 8-10, 2012.

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Chiang Mai High Schools receive dictionaries from Rotary Clubs 
Chiang Mai Rajabhat University appoints new president
Chiang Mai honors Environment Day with bicycles
Lin Ping celebrates 3 and a half years old
Convention Center progress report
Flower Festival opens at Royal Park Rajapruek
Night Safari prepares for disabled athletes

Chiang Mai wishes HM the King a very Happy 85th Birthday

All around Chiang Mai celebrations took place in honor of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 85th birthday on December 5, with the 2nd annual parade and festivities held by the international community at Royal Park Rajapruek

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Quirky Pics >>

Brad spotted this uniquely named restaurant (?) in Bangkok; Toilet Buffet.

 Arts - Entertainment & It
The Tenacity and Determination of Youth – Music in the Gallery

On Sunday afternoon, December 9th, the splendidly refreshing string orchestra from Silpakorn Univeristy led by intrepid musical itinerant violinist Tasana Nagavajara delighted a capacity audience in the downstairs gallery of the Arts building at Chiang Mai University.

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A perennial holiday favorite; The Nutcracker Ballet

Harvey at CMIS
The 41st National Games begins!

The 700 Years Stadium was the scene of the opening ceremony for the 41st annual National Games on December 9, 2012. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Sports and Tourism Chumpon Silpa–Archa joined Chiang Mai Governor Tanin Subhasaen   Continued


A while ago a friend introduced me to Café Mini, which had not long opened. I was so impressed by this stylish but friendly little restaurant that I e-mailed anyone I thought might enjoy good food in pleasant surroundings.

Café Mini

Noise pollution and traffic hazards
Entrance fees at Doi Suthep

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Around Town

Former head of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Chiang Mai office, now head of the Dubai office, Chalermsak Suranant returned to his hometown to host his daughter Somphor’s wedding to Hong Kong native John at the beautiful Lanna Rice Barn in a traditional Lanna wedding. Here he and his wife are joined by Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai, President of the Chiang Mai Culture Council and Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn as they wait to greet the couple.





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