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Vol. XII No.21 - Sunday October 20 - Saturday Novemer 2, 2013


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Chinese Premier visit a boon to tourism and commerce

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra greets Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the Royal Flora Rajapruek (Photo by PRD Chiang Mai)

Premier Le Keqiang of the People’s Republic of China was greeted by Chiang Mai Governor Wichian Phuttiwinyu and officials upon his arrival in Chiang Mai on October 12, 2013. The Premier was swept off to Royal Flora Rajapruek where he was met by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

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New governor vows to work hard for Chiang Mai people

Wichian Phuttiwinyu, who took over the position of Chiang Mai Governor on October 1, met with press at the Chiang Mai Hill Hotel on October 8, 2013.

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Buddhist Lent ends Saturday, October 19
Lamphun to launch electric streetcars on two routes
Kew Pha Wok border checkpoint to open this year
Flight of the Gibbon wins TAT award
Zoo employees join nation wide protest against ZPO chief
Japanese government donates 3 million baht for emergency medical equipment

  FEATURES  
 
German Embassy helps disabled people in Chiang Mai

Physically disabled people in Chiang Mai have access to an improved and extended center for their self-development in Hang Dong.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron saw this in a Doi Saket market, a bit more poignant than quirky but he liked the sentiments.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Modern stained glass with a traditional twist

Canadian artist Stephen Jepson put his stained glass art pieces on display on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at Sangdee Gallery. Stephen, who said that it was very difficult to find glass in Thailand,

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Education >>

Over 4,000 tons of beef donated for Eid Al-Adha


Amnuay Silpa Alumni welcome Governor
We Women walk to raise funds for further education
  SPORTS
 
Hill tribe children are the future of cricket

The new cricket season is finally underway in Chiang Mai and while the juniors took a well deserved break during the school holidays it was the adults who played the first match of the season.
 
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EATING OUT >>

The latest newcomer to the vegetarian scene in Chiang Mai is tucked away behind Wat Suan Dok and set into a charming and quiet outdoor garden.

Vegetarian that isn’t basic vegetarian

Culture and clothing
Skywalks around Chiang Mai
Re-surfacing the roads around the moat

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Care for Dogs was delighted to get an invitation from well-known celebrity and dog lover Khun Hataithep Theeratada in Bangkok to join “PAWPARAZZI” at the Jelly Jan coffee shop at Siam Paragon in Bangkok. Khun Hataithep & Mike Kevina promoted the latest edition of the dog pawfume “KEVINA by Susie & Mike”.
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