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Vol. XII No.14 - Sunday July 14  - Saturday July 27, 2013


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Ping River cleared of weeds as flood prevention measure

Personnel took to the water to clear water hyacinth from the river. Water hyacinth is a free-floating perennial aquatic plant native to South America and is one of the fastest growing plants known, if not controlled is incredibly invasive.

As part of the campaign to prevent flooding and improve drainage and flow in the Ping River Chiang Mai Governor Tanin Subhasaen commanded governmental units to cooperate in clearing the river of water hyacinth and other invasive weeds.

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Chiang Mai Province sees 100 dengue patients a day

Dr. Wattana Kanjanakamol, Chief of the Chiang Mai Public Health Office reported on July 7, 2013 that about an average of 100 patients a day are diagnosed with dengue fever across the province with ten districts hit the hardest; with Mae Ai still having the highest infection rate.

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Opening Ceremony of Chiang Mai Administrative Court
Happy Birthday HRH Princess Soamsawalee
Northern economy has slowed
Thailand Tobacco Monopoly develops tobacco quality
Chiang Rai drug arrests yield over 786,000 methamphetamine pills

  FEATURES  
 
U.S. Consulate celebrates Independence Day

The dismay was audible at the Independence Day party at the U.S. Consulate General on Thursday June 27, 2013 as Consul General Ken Foster announced that he would be leaving for the United States in August.

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Quirky Pics >>

Dan said he blocked out the identifying information as he was a bit worried Beezelbub was driving the car and might not appreciate his license plate in the newspaper!


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Past journeys by LiLi Tan

Artist LiLi Tan held a retrospective exhibition at Anchan Vegetarian Restaurant featuring various works dating back to her early years in Chiang Mai and in Singapore.
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Education >>

City holds workshop to prevent disease in schools


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Central Pattana donates sports equipment to Wat Don Chan School
  SPORTS
 
2nd Muay Thai Warriors at 700 Year Stadium

The 2nd annual Muay Thai Warriors, World Thai boxing event was held at the 700 Year Stadium on June 28, 2013 where the famed Saenchai PKSaenchaigym took to the ring as well as the subject of a feature film Nong Toom or Parinya Charoenphol,
 
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EATING OUT >>

Koh Lanta Pizza on Nimmanhaemin Soi 5 is my unwavering Happy Place for Pizza.

My Happy Place for Pizza!

For whom The Olde Bell tolls?
Safety, Thai style
Litter on Doi Suthep

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Around Town

Skål Chiang Mai and the North held their monthly meeting and dinner at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center on Wualai Road on Thursday, June 27, 2013. Lamorna and Patricia Cheesman of Studio Naenna spoke on South East Asian and Lanna textiles and members enjoyed a wonderful dance performance.
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