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Vol. XI No.15 - Sunday December 30 - Saturday January 12, 2013

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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Nimmanhaemin Road to become one way

Police have erected signs up and down Nimmanhaemin road informing drivers of the changes, however, the signs are almost entirely in Thai.

Traffic police have decided to start a 30 day trial period of one-way traffic on Nimmanhaemin Road on January 20, 21013. With the one way beginning on Soi 17 and ending at Soi 3. Traffic will be diverted down side sois and to Sirimangkalajarn to go the other direction. It has not been announced that Sirimangkalajarn will be one way as well, only Nimmanhaemin.

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City signs MoU for transport and traffic management

The Chiang Mai Municipality signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Bank on December 14, 2012 in a project that will tackle the growing traffic and transportation problems that face Chiang Mai.

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Public and private groups join forces in LEAF meeting  
Mayor works to instill confidence in Moo Kata
Police ready for New Year’s holiday
Convention Center slated to open at Songkran
Health Office checks on New Year’s gift baskets
Free Wi-Fi at Chiang Mai Zoo
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi celebrates 8 years

The All Church holds their second anniversary

This fast growing, environmentally and socially aware church held its second anniversary on Sunday, December 16, 2012 at the Shangri La Hotel. Organizers of many local events to benefit the community and the environment such as No Plastic Fantastic launch at the D2, Big Tree in Town to plant trees around Chiang Mai,

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Quirky Pics >>

Meanwhile, in 7-11…LiLi found snail cream.

 Arts - Entertainment & It
Reflection of Nature

Chiang Mai University Art Center announced a group exhibition, Reflection of Nature, which features member artists of JeOn Art Booth in Bangkok, an Oriental painting art circle,

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Rotary Clubs aid orphans in Grandma Cares program

Chiang Mai Games comes to a close

The National Games came to a close on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at the 700 Year Stadium with Bangkok sweeping the Games with 100 medals. The National Games were held from December 9-19 and saw athletes from all over Thailand competing.    Continued


Expectations can ruin a good thing, especially in relationships. “Give people room to impress you Chris” is the favorite dollop of advice recently doled out to me.

Full House Korean BBQ Restaurant

Thank you to the helpful policeman
Butchered trees on the Mae Kha Canal

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Her Royal Highness Princess Srirasmi, Royal Consort to His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, presided over a Buddhist ceremony at Wat Sanpuloei in Doi Saket district, Chiang Mai on Thursday, November13, 2012.





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