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Long Live Their Majesties the King and Queen

Vol. XII No.1 - Sunday January 13 - Saturday January 26, 2013

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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

30th Annual Bor Sang Umbrella Festival

The 30th Annual Bor Sang Umbrella Festival will be held from January 18-20 in Bor Sang in San Kamphaeng District.

The 30th annual Bor Sang Umbrella Festival will features shades of yellow, blue and pink to honor the birthdays of Their Majesties the King and Queen and HRH the Crown Prince this year. Held from January 18-20 in Bor Sang village in San Kamphaeng, the annual festival is highly popular with the famous parade of beautiful ladies on bicycles with parasols as well as traditional music and dance performances and the Miss Bor Sang Umbrella contest.

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Chiang Mai tops the nation in number of accidents over New Year

Chiang Mai topped the nation in number of accidents and injuries during the “7 dangerous days of New Year” December 27, 2012- January 2, 2013 and third in number of deaths, with 14 killed in road accidents, Deputy Governor Ritthipong Techapun announced at City Hall on January 3, 2013.

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Japan donates Cherry trees to Royal Rajapruek Park 
Prime Minister meets with Provincial Governors
Thailand’s first giant anteater at Chiang Mai Zoo
Region 5 police volunteer to work in the Deep South
Nimmanhaemin one way correction
Northern Provinces Group 1 discuss master plan for cosmetic industry

Chiang Mai welcomes new U.S. Vice Consul

The affable and handsome Paul Neville and his lovely wife Tina are headed to Tijuana for Paul’s next posting, bringing Marc Miller from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing to take Paul’s place as Vice Consul at the U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai. Paul and Tina hosted a party for a small gathering of friends,

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Quirky Pics >>

LiLi continues to spot the most interesting signs…

 Arts - Entertainment & It
A classic tale set to dance

A story as old as the hills and familiar to most women; boy meets girl, boy woos girl, boy wins girl, boy runs away after getting what he wants.


Education >>

Panyaden wins design awards

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to preside over CMU graduation

8th Wichai Mini Marathon to honor HM the King

The Wichai Wittaya Bilingual School Chiang Mai together with the Provincial Red Cross Chapter of Chiang Mai are organizing the “8th Charity Walk, Run, Bike and Wheelchair” mini marathon to honor HM the King on his 85th birthday. Continued


It’s “Wintertime” in our lovely Northern city, with temperatures dropping to the teens making motorbike rides shiver our timbers. Now is the time for clement comforts, now is the time for soup.

Pho Vieng Chane for Vietnamese food!

Burning has already started!
Noise and smog pollution in Chiang Mai

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Boonchai Suwatsakulsawasd; General Manager of the Centara Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai, together with The Management Team presented a welcome garland welcome Khun Yingluck Shinawatra ; Thailand’s Prime Minister while she presided over a conference at Duangtawan Grand Ballroom in the hotel recently.





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