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Long Live Their Majesties the King and Queen

Vol. XII No.16 - Sunday August 11 - Saturday August 24, 2013

Arts - Entertainment
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
Community Happenings
Doctor's Consultation
Eating Out & Recipes
Life in Chiang Mai
Mail Bag
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Special Supplement
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Long Live Her Majesty Queen Sirikit

Caring Mother of the Thai Nation

August 12 is a very special day throughout the Thai Kingdom, as it is the day the entire nation celebrates the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s Birthday. The day is also celebrated throughout the Kingdom as Mothers Day. The management and staff of the Chiang Mai Mail join the Thai people and the many others from around the world to present our loyalty and devotion to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit and best wishes for a most Happy Birthday and a long life on the occasion of her 81st birthday Monday, August 12. Today’s edition of the Chiang Mai Mail incorporates, with our profound love and respect, a special supplement courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household, showing a glimpse of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s remarkable life. (Photo courtesy Bureau of Royal Household)

Special Supplement

Stateless people given DNA tests for citizenship

As part of a Senate project in honor HM the King the Senate launched DNA testing for over 100 disadvantaged people in Chiang Mai on July 27 and 28 as the first province in the nationwide project.

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Another Chiang Mai bound train derails Second time in less than a month
Wing 41 and Central Plaza work together to help clean canals
Creative Design Award winners announced
Seminar on Preah Vihear verdict to be held August 22 at CMU
UNFC conference on reconciliation in Burma

Everyday life in photography

Having always considered myself a picture snapper I have begun to rethink what I am and how I take my photos after meeting with the enthusiastic and inspiring Hossein Farmani who was in town recently for the exhibition that was on display at Central Plaza Airport Chiang Mai.

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Quirky Pics >>

As Jim pointed out, at least they are honest about the contents!

 Arts - Entertainment & It
Songs of the Elements

Sangdee Gallery on Sirimangkalajarn soi 5 saw a full house on Friday, August 1 as art lovers and friends of LiLi Tan filled the space for the opening of her exhibition “Songs of the Elements.” Guests were invited to “sign” a canvas instead of the usual guest book and the canvas quickly filled up with almost as much color as covered the walls.


Education >>

Community Development center opens in Chiang Dao

Book Fair at Panyaden
Chiang Mai FC continue their march up the table

The Lanna Tigers continue their domination of the AIS Regional League Division 2 Northern Zone with another win over Tak FC on July 27, 2013 at their home stadium of the 700 Years Stadium


One of the very best Japanese restaurants in Chiang Mai has been right under your hungry nose. At the back of Kaew Nawarat Road soi 2 reigns Kitchen Hush, in all its gorgeous, clandestine glory.

Kitchen Hush; Japanese cuisine

LED billboards
Invasive weeds
So much for even/odd parking at Nimmanhaeminda

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