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Vol. XII No.15 - Sunday July 28 - Saturday August 10, 2013

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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Monorail system for Chiang Mai?

This file photo shows the Blue Sapphire route in front of Chiang Mai Polytechnic College on Huay Kaew road which was part of the 2006 proposed mass transit system. The current project is also planned to be at ground level.

The Thai government approved an 8 billion baht budget for the expansion of the infrastructure in Chiang Mai after a Cabinet proposal in January 2012 and the Provincial Administration Organization (PAO) plans to use that budget on more than just the proposed high speed rail between Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

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Mosquito problems at local schools

Local “mosquito expert” Mark Isenstadt recently surveyed a local school to determine why it had a serious infestation of mosquitoes and uncovered major issues of standing water and blocked drains despite the city’s calls to ensure that all potential breeding grounds be removed.

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Happy Royal Birthday HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn
City checks schools’ drinking water quality
Emergency operations center opened for 2013 floods, storms and landslides
Seminar held on long-stay Japanese tourists
Chiang Mai Municipality spraying against dengue mosquitoes

New English-language Rotary Club forming in Chiang Mai

The world’s first civic service organization, Rotary International, is expanding in Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai Rotary-North club is sponsoring the formation of a new English-speaking club, to be called Chiang Mai International Rotary Club.

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Quirky Pics >>

Phil from Riders Corner sent this one from China in, he quite liked the lightweight ventilated helmet.

 Arts - Entertainment & It
Achira Assawadecharit in Concert

Achira, better known perhaps as Ken, Chiang Mai’s wonderful ‘own’ pianist, who is temporarily on loan on a full music scholarship to the Yong Siew Toh Academy of Music in the National University of Singapore,

Education >>

Asarnha Bucha Day at Panyaden

Payap student wins Royal award
Youth cricket at the grass roots

The Thailand women cricket team’s departure for Ireland where they are currently taking part in a tournament involving countries from around the world has signalled the end of the season here in Chiang Mai,


Pern’s on Huay Kaew Road has been established for a few years, providing inexpensive ‘Mediterranean’ food in pleasant if slightly conventional and underlit surroundings.


Sala at Mae Kha Canal destroyed
Driver’s Education
Driving skills

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Around Town

Martin Reeves opened his exhibition titled “Hidden Realms, Sacred Spaces” at Tamarind Village on July 18, 2013. His photos use infrared film which reacts intensely to foliage (foliage shows up as white). This being SEA with all its luscious vegetation, he shows this white foliage in dramatic contrast to man-made structures such as temple ruins and statues. From left to right; Wanna Kolsrichai, Martin Reeves, Prof. Yves Goudineau and Naphat Nutsati, General Manager of Tamarind Village.




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