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Vol. XII No.3 - Sunday february 10 - Saturday february 23, 2013


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Army tackles Northern haze

Fires have been seen across Chiang Mai in fields and on road sides, many fires go unreported and unchecked. (Photo courtesy of Ajarn Ron).

The 3rd Army launched their headquarters to battle forest fires and the smoke that envelopes the North on January 23 when Lt. Gen. Preecha Chan O-Cha, Deputy Commander of the Operations Forces of the 3rd Army held the opening ceremony at the7th Battalion Pin Klao Camp in Mae Rim district ,Chiang Mai with various agencies.

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Site of Women’s Prison to become a green area for city

The demolition of the Women’s Prison located inside the old City began on January 26, 2013 as Phrathep Kosol, Dean of Chiang Mai monks, Governor Tanin Subhasaen and Dr. Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai, President of the Chiang Mai Culture Council,

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Public hearing on proposed High-Speed train Project 
Mae Suai villagers receive funds for water supply system from Japan
Asia-Pacific Water Forum Summit to be held in Chiang Mai
Nakornping Hospital celebrates 33 years
East-West Seed hosts International Field Day in Chiang Mai
Celebrate the Year of the Snake this weekend!
Thailand places in top ten for best retirement haven

  FEATURES  
 
Chiang Mai in Bloom!

The day opened to cool gray skies after downpours the night before, but the despite delays, the Flower Festival Parade enjoyed a beautiful if nice and cool morning on Saturday, February 2, 2013.

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Quirky Pics >>

Rory found this snack in Rayong and said he is not quite sure he wants to eat it!


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Chiang Mai Photographic Club Exhibition never fails to amaze

Once again, the Chiang Mai Photographic Club has produced an exhibition full of outstanding photographs that amazes me with the talent that resides in Chiang Mai. Continued

Education >>

Panyaden holds its annual school fair


IC in focus at Payap
College Fair season has started in earnest
  SPORTS
 
Kirilenko and Lisicki serve up a thriller in Pattaya Women’s Open final

Russia’s Maria Kirilenko bounced back from a set down to defeat Germany’s Sabine Lisicki 5-7, 6-1, 7-6 (7-1) in an enthralling singles final at the 2013 PTT Pattaya Women’s Open on Sunday, Feb. 3 to claim her first WTA Tour title in 5 years. Continued

EATING OUT >>

Barbecue is ubiquitous; even for vegans (holler at Morning Star and cauliflower!). Whether it’s mystery chicken parts along the side of soi’s or the drippingly shiny shabu what not’s inside malls and student markets, Thailand is rife with smoky meats. Yum.

Korea House

Noise pollution!

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The new Catnip Wine & Cocktail Bar opened in the Harbour Mall on Huay Kaew. This very charming shop features a relaxing atmosphere with comfortable chairs and set in the new and different Harbour Mall on Huay Kaew Road between Nimmanhaemin and Canal Road.

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