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Vol. XII No.9 - Sunday May 5 - Saturday May 18, 2013

Around Town
Arts - Entertainment
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
Community Happenings
Doctor's Consultation
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Drought strikes 21 districts

Government allocates 23 million baht

Water supplies have been drying up around the province as high temperatures and a long period of drought have hit the province. (file photo)

Twenty one districts in Chiang Mai have been hit hard by drought over the past months and the government allocated funds towards assisting those hit by the drought and have been building temporary dams and repairing village water supplies around the province.

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Yaowapha Wongsawat wins 3rd District seat in by-election

Yaowapha Wongawat was elected to take the seat in Parliament as the member representing the 3rd District in Chiang Mai province in by-elections held on April 21, 2013. The 3rd Electorate District covers San Kamphaeng, Doi Saket and Mae On.

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Coronation Day Sunday, May 5 
Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Their Majesties sixty-third royal wedding anniversary
Drought strikes 21 districts
8 dead in 7 dangerous days
New Minister of Tourism & Sports
New President of Yupparaj Alumni Association elected
39,000 new car owners under government scheme

Rotary District Conference showcases outstanding humanitarian projects

PDG Peter, PP Chuthathip, PP Bumnan Chinavicharana, Chairman of the District Conference Organising Committee, Amporn and DG Anurak Napawan at the opening ceremonies of the House of Friendship.

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Quirky Pics >>

Paul sent this one in, saying he was a bit confused by the signage at this Hang Dong car wash.

 Arts - Entertainment & It
Richard Wagner

Wilhelm Richard Wagner was born 200 years ago in May 1813 in Leipzig, Germany and he died at the age of 69 in 1883 while on holiday in Venice. He is considered by many people to be “the master of the opera” in that his operas are among the finest ever written.

Education >>

Students vie for Chemistry Olympiad

Entrepreneurship and sustainability go hand in hand
Zonta International sponsors 11 students
Lanna Tigers land 2nd on League table

The Lanna Tigers landed second on the AIS Regional Football League Northern Zone table after one home win and one away loss this past month. Chiang Mai FC played against Uttaradit FC on April 21, 2013 at the 700 Year Stadium in Chiang Mai.


This elegant and cosy restaurant is located on the second floor of the Kantary Terrace on Nimmanhaemin. Tucked away in the corner it is not too hard and worth the look.

Green Table Restaurant

Songkran injuries
Ambulances should have right of way
Real or not?

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Around Town

Rotary ThinThaiNgam held a “Dam Hua Ceremony” at their weekly Rotary club meeting of at Grandview Hotel on April 18, 2013. They were joined by their elder brothers (Rotarians) who helped Chiang Mai ThinThaiNgam start out to celebrate what is now their 20th anniversary. Charter President Prapin Karchai joined the group, she started the first women’s lunch for the Rotary Club 20 years ago with 31 members and the club is still going strong with 33 members. continued




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