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Vol. XII No.4 - Sunday february 24 - Saturday March 9, 2013

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Bridge in Paradise
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Rally at City Hall for transparency on new green area

The Chiang Mai Community Conservation group calls on the government for transparency and public participation in determining the usage of the space at the old Women’s Prison.
Around 20 people from the Chiang Mai Community Conservation group, led by Panngam Somna and Saowakon Sriboonruang, rallied at City Hall on February 5 to present a petition to Governor Tanin Subhasaen calling for a public meeting on the fate of the site of the old Women’s Prison inside the city. They asked for a meeting with the public for feedback on the proposed Kuang Wiang Kaew green space.

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Cobra Gold military exercises headquarter in Chiang Mai

U.S. Ambassador Kristie Kenney visited Chiang Mai on February 11, 2013 to join Admiral Yuttana Phagpolngam, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Thai Armed Forces in chairing the opening ceremony of the Cobra Gold joint exercises at Le Meridien Hotel in Chiang Mai.

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Makha Bucha Day on February 25 
Prime Minister launches bio-gas project in Mae Taeng
Lin Ping wins votes as favorite panda
Eco-rally on bicycles
New Fire and Smoke Protection center opens
34 couples join the 5th Season of Love in Pai
International Tomato Breeder’s Roundtable Forum in Chiang Mai

Murals in honor of 180 years of friendship

In honor of the 180th anniversary of Thai-U.S. friendship this year, the U.S. Consulate invited students from schools around the city to come and paint the Consulate walls in colorful murals representing their ideas of that friendship, what it means and the ways in which it is expressed.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron wants a pizza with sunshine.

 Arts - Entertainment & It
Honoring one’s mother

Local favorite Waewdao Sirisook, so well known for her traditional Lanna dances and modern takes on tradition launched her latest show at Matoom Art Space over the weekend of February 9 and 10. Continued

Education >>

SCG Foundation held “Tales Festival” in the park

Wat Pra That Doi Suthep Abbot given Doctor of Arts Degree
Children get friendly space at Police station
Chiang Mai win first match of the season

The first match of AIS League Division 2, Northern Zone saw the Chiang Mai FC Lanna Tigers visit Sukhothai FC at the Boonsom Martin Stadium in Sukhothai.
Sukothai started the game with the ball but the Tigers quickly took control and in the 13th minute, Anggello Machuca took the first attempt at the goal but missed.


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Vorarat Charoonsmith, Director of Marketing (4th from right) and Sansiri Yodmuangcharoen (2nd from right) Senior Product Manager from Thai Beverage (Public Company) join in a group photo with renowned Thai musicians who attended and performed at the Sangsom Move a Bar 2013 at Kad Choeng Doi Chiang Mai on February 9, 2013.





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