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Vol. XII No.17 - Sunday August 25 - Saturday September 7, 2013


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Former policeman pleads guilty to 2008 murder of Canadian in Pai

The five year old case has finally been settled wth former Pol. Sgt. Maj. pleading guilty to the murder of Canadian Leo Del Pinto in Pai, Mae Hong Son in January, 2008.

Former Pol. Sgt. Maj. Uthai or Nithiphon Dechawiwat age 42 was sentenced to 37 years and six months in prison for the death of Canadian Leo Del Pinto in 2008 in Pai, Mae Hong Son.

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Chiang Mai Zoo employees oppose merger

Chiang Mai Zoo employees met on August 14, 2013 to pray at Wat Ku Din Khao in Chiang Mai Zoo to stop the merger of the Zoo with the Pingnakorn Development Agency. The zoo employees say that they oppose the current merger because the current plan offers no clarity as to implementation and the structure of the organization in the future.

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City prepares over 50,000 sandbags to ready for possible floods
Public Health Office works to combat dengue in migrant communities
Traffic police receive free police booth from AIS
Chamber holds seminar on trading with China
Chiang Mai City receives plaque from Pollution Control Department

  FEATURES  
 
HM the Queen’s birthday celebrated across Chiang Mai

It was with great love and reverence that celebrations honoring the birthday of H.M. Queen Sirikit were held around Chiang Mai city with the day beginning auspiciously at the Chiang Mai University Convention Center

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Quirky Pics >>

Martin found “the best carwash in town” in the old city.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Bonsai; Japanese art in nature

A Bonsai exhibition and workshop will be held at Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport Shopping Center on September 11 and 12, 2013 and lovers of this beautiful art form are invited to attend this free workshop, materials costs will be collected at the exhibit.

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Education >>

AIS held workshop for Northern students


Rotary Youth Exchange student will study in the U.S.
Pilot ASEAN Study Center at Ban Mae Chan School
  SPORTS
 
Tigers remain at the top despite a loss and a draw

In spite of the fact that they have not playing in top form for the past two games the Chiang Mai FC Lanna Tigers remain at the top of AIS Regional League Division 2 Northern Zone
 
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EATING OUT >>

TT Kitchen serves up the sublime. Sitting serenely pretty at the end of Sirimangkalajarn soi 11, this brand new restaurant is garnering word- of- mouth recommendations from those looking for authentic and decadent brunch, pasta, Italian,

The sublime TT Kitchen

Bribespot truck
Recycling bins for hazardous waste
Update on Nong Air

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Some of the riders taking part in a 42 day ride from Singapore to Kazakhstan dropped by Chiang Mai’s Rider’s Corner owned by Phil and Somthawin Gibbins on August 18, 2013. The riders began in Singapore, traveled through Malaysia and Thailand then on to Laos, China north to Shangri-La, NE to Chengdu, into Tibet & Nepal to the Kazakhstan border. They will most likely fly the bikes back from Nepal to Singapore. (Photo courtesy of Rideasia.net)
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