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Vol. XII No.18 - Sunday September 8 - Saturday September 21, 2013

Arts - Entertainment
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
Community Happenings
Doctor's Consultation
Eating Out & Recipes
Life at 33 1/3
Life in Chiang Mai
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Daily Horoscope
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

Lucky license plates bring in 33 million baht

Over 33 million baht was raised by the Land Transport Department in its annual auction of lucky license plates.

301 license plates with auspicious numbers were auctioned off August 31 – September 1, 2013 at The Empress Hotel & Convention Center by the Chiang Mai Provincial Land Transport Office in its 12th auction to raise funds for the promotion of traffic safety.

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Plans to fight annual smoke

The Provincial Offices for Natural Resources and Environment Chiang Mai held a brainstorming workshop on August 22, 2013 where they invited members of all sectors to work out plans to fight the annual smog that builds up over Chiang Mai annually.

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City works to rehabilitate Kanchanpisek Park
Rak Chiang Mai 51 members rally in support of outgoing Governor
20 Districts affected by heavy rains in the past 3 months
Chamber of Commerce presents 3 strategies for business growth
New Immigration regulations regarding passport renewal

Rimping Promenada launches their first wine tasting

Rimping Promenada hosts not only a supermarket but a sushi bar, oyster bar, restaurant and tucked in the back, a cozy wine bar. It was here that a wine tasting event was held offering a variety of Italian wines. The well catered event offered food from the restaurant along with a assortment of some very nice wines.

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Quirky Pics >>

Quirky tent restaurant local resident Phil of Rider’s Corner found on a recent drive around India.

 Arts - Entertainment
A protege of Picasso?

That was how Alain Veran was known by the very limited number of people who knew him in his 20-plus years here in Chiang Mai. A shy and reclusive single man, Alain was found dead in his tiny Changklan Road apartment on August 18th, aged 70, suspected to have died from natural causes.


Education >>

“It’s Your Choice” to Prevent Teenage Pregnancy Training in Lamphun

Science Day at Panyaden School
NIS making a difference in the lives of the temple dog
Tigers heading to Champions League

The Lanna Tigers remained at the top of the table in the AIS Regional League Division 2 Northern Zone and even with 2 games left to play are certain to play in the Champions League round as they retain their hold as the highest scoring team in the Northern Division.


Do not fear heading in the narrow winding sois off of Ratchadamnoern to seek out delicious places to eat, just maybe don’t venture there in a car. The sois are really narrow. The parking is non-existent and you may mow down an unwary backpacker who thinks the roads are actually big pavements.

Fresh made pasta and homemade Italian food

When will hypocrisy end?
Accident article
Annoying sales assistants

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Around Town

Mr. Peter Schnyder, General Manager and Mr. Stefan Frenzel, Executive Chef of The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, recently gave a warm welcome to the popular Serbian cooking TV show, Gastronomad. One of the most popular shows on Serbian television, the team visited the Imperial Mae Ping and filmed the chef there. The cooking/travel show will record a series of 15 episodes about Thai food in Thailand.




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