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Vol. XII No.19 - Sunday September 22 - Saturday October 5, 2013


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Mayor resigns
to become a monk

Chiang Mai Mayor announces his resignation to take up the saffron robes at Wat Chedi Luang to honor and repay the kindness of his late uncle Pakorn Buranupakorn.

Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn announced his resignation on September 6, 2013 citing his intention to become a Buddhist monk to honor his late uncle, well known politician Pakorn Buranupakorn who passed away on September 1, 2013 of heart failure at the age of 55.

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Lin Ping returns to China

Lin Ping turned 4 in May and will be sent to a special sanctuary in Chengdu, China to find a mate. She will return to Chiang Mai in a year.

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more news >>

800,000 Yaba tablets smuggled in health volunteer bus
Japanese government provides ambulance to remote Uttaradit village
Suandok Healthy and Happy Day
Chiang Mai lawyer tosses her hat into the election ring
ACT NOW! Anti - Corruption Day

  FEATURES  
 
TEDx Chiang Mai a roaring success

Months of hard work, planning, getting sponsors and selecting speakers culminated in the well run independently organised TedxChiangMai 2013 event at Le Meridien on 14 September. The theme for this year’s event was “Smart(er) Societies”.

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Quirky Pics >>

Paul saw this in the Tesco Hang Dong. True, but unusual labeling!


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Siam Sinfonietta Visit to Chiang Mai

Siam Sinfonietta, the youth orchestra founded in 2553 by Thai/American composer Somtow Sucharitkul, and with resident conductor Trisdee na Patalung, will be visiting Chiang Mai in early October.

Continued

Education >>

Don Kaew TAO held 2nd Volunteer Assembly Day


Kids get serious about recycling at Panyaden School
CMU team win 7th AIS 3G One-2-Call! BrandAge Award
  SPORTS
 
Looking to the future of cricket

Preparations are continuing for the new cricket season in Chiang Mai with work soon to be completed on the square at the ground at Gymkhana Club where four grass pitches are being re-laid or repaired so that the ground will be ready for a busy season of league matches,
 
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EATING OUT >>

The first impression one gets of the (fairly) recently opened VULCAN0 is that of confidence: the designers and backers of this stylish, 100- seater restaurant obviously believed in the concept and saw it through to a successful conclusion.

Vulcano

Annoying LED signs part 2
Digging up the road
Chiang Mai museums

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General Manager of Centara Khum Phaya Resort & Spa Chiang Mai Jerome Sim (2nd from left) welcomed H.E. Jeong Hae Moon Secretary General of the ASEAN Center – Korea, in Seoul, the Republic of Korea to the hotel recently.
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