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Vol. XII No.22 - Sunday November 3 - Saturday November 16, 2013


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Thailand’s Supreme Patriarch passes away on October 24

His Holiness Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, the Supreme Patriarch of Thailand, passed away at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital on 24 October 2013 at 7.30 p.m., at the age of 100. King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital issued an announcement that His Holiness passed away from blood infection. He underwent an operation on 14 October to remove portions of his intestines after being diagnosed with a bacterial infection.

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Sarapee village struck by tragedy, Governor pledges aid

Chiang Mai Governor Wichian Phuttiwinyu visited the small Sarapee village struck by tragedy last week pledging aid and support for villagers after 22 residents were killed in a freak bus accident in Lampang.

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Site of Wiang Kaew Palace to be restored
Complete financial services at the Money Expo 2013
Northern rail service delayed
Village hit hard by riverbank erosion to receive aid
Chulalongkorn Day celebrated in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Mail celebrates 11 years!

  FEATURES  
 
CM International Rotary Road Trip to Mae Sot

On Saturday October 12th Chiang Mai’s newest, and only English Language, Rotary Club made its first field trip. Destination: Mae Sot, purpose: understanding the situation with an eye to future projects.

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Quirky Pics >>

Not a sign but a quirky driver seen by keen eyed photographer Marisa. The dog kept popping up and blocking this rather tiny driver’s view of the road!


 Arts - Entertainment
 
The Laramie Project

The latest- most challenging - production by the Gate Theatre Group was rewarded with enthusiastic full houses and brought further credit to this enterprising group and its energetic leader Stephan Turner.

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Education >>

Schools of Hope receives mosquito nets, computer education


CMIS promotes service among students
Students receive Zonta funds
  SPORTS
 
A Festival of Rugby in Chiang Mai

This weekend saw the 4th Edition of the Chiang Mai International Rugby Tens Tournament take place at Prince Royal College, and a true festival of rugby was provided by the strong field of 20 teams.
 
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EATING OUT >>

Is Chiang Mai the new Bangkok? Whether we like it or not, our Jewel of the North is becoming bougie before our eyes, or behind our backs.

Mixology flirts with fusion and serves superb cocktails

Driving crackdown
Howling dog in the neighborhood
Why so negative?

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Jerome Sim (left), General Manager of Centara Khum Phaya Resort & Spa, Centara Boutique Collection meets Liang Lin (center), Consul in Chiang Mai for the People’s Republic of China. Jerome introduced the resortduring a meeting held at the Chinese Consulate in Chiang Mai. They are joined by Warissara Wongsanurug (right), the resort’s Director of Sales for the North.
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