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Vol. XII No.2 - Sunday January 27 - Saturday february 9, 2013

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

Opium farming on the rise

Opium production is on the rise in the mountains of Chiang Mai.

The Royal Thai Army Region 3 has decided to modify plans to destroy opium farms after having discovered a large rise illegal farming on the ridge borders recently with plantations as large as 20 acres being found, the largest found in over 20 years.

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Rajabhat University student takes Miss Chiang Mai crown

Lamphun native Pattayaporn Thepweerapong, 22, a student from Chiang Mai Rajabhat University (CMRU) won the recent Miss Chiang Mai 2013 beauty contest. For her victory, Pattayaporn received the 100,000 baht first prize along with a crown and sash. She also won the Media Darling and Miss Beauty Skin prizes.

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Cool season tulips are here! 
Speaker of South Korean Assembly pays a visit to Chiang Mai
It’s the “Season of Love” in Pai
MICE master plan announced for Chiang Mai
Internal Security officer arrested with 1.3 million Yaba tablets
Cop busted selling drugs re-arrested with more drugs
Police believe 84 year old Swiss tourist died of a heart attack

Another fine concert by the 6 hands pianists

Nicolas Collinet, Jonas Dept, and Matthieu Normand never fail to keep their audience enthralled by their 6 hands performance and once again, they kept the audience at the CMU Art Museum Theater enthralled for the duration of what seemed a short performance but was actually fairly long.

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Quirky Pics >>

JR found this one while getting a haircut at the barber shop at Don Meuang Airport. “I’m not putting my head into the hair oven. Ha!!!!”

 Arts - Entertainment & It
A Rising Star – Han Nah Son in recital

Han Nah Son, the Korean born and now local pianist treated a reasonable sized audience to a dazzling display of her pianistic skills at Payap University on Friday January 18th. Han Nah presented the former Friends of Music Making in Chiang Mai with another superb performance almost 2 years ago


Education >>

Toshiba Art Exhibit showcases local and national talent of all ages

It’s the season for the School Play!

Parrots fly into Chiang Mai to remember their friend

The Parrots, as Siam Cricket Club in Bangkok, are better known, are welcome visitors to Chiang Mai each year but their visit in 2013 was a very poignant occasion as a memorial trophy had been established in honour of one of the Parrots’ most popular players Oswald Duvel who had made his debut at Gymkhana Club in 2012 but had tragically died later in the year.


The chef/proprietor of this high class restaurant, which opened in December, claims with considerable justification that he offers ‘a corner of Italy’ in Chiang Mai. He is an enthusiast for good food with a vast experience of cooking in top restaurants in London,

La Tavernetta

Cool weather cough
Thank you for the online updates on the Nimmanhaemin escapades

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Around Town

Manfred Ilg, General Manager of 137 Pillars House Hotel hands over the funds raised at the Tuck and Patti concert held on the grounds of the hotel recently to Dominique Leutwiler and the Grade 9 students at ‘School for Life’ who will graduate in March.





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