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Vol. XII No.26 - Sunday December 29, 2013 - Saturday January 11, 2014

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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Cars banned from Doi Suthep over New Year

Deputy Governor Chana Pangpibul was joined by Commander of Chiang Mai Provincial Police Pol. Maj. Gen. Krit Kitilue and Pol. Col. Sittichai Thananchai, head of Chiang Mai Traffic Police announce a ban on cars, pickup trucks and passenger buses on Doi Suthep during the New Year. (Photo by Kittipong Khunnen Wikimedia)

In a bid to avoid the gridlock that overtakes Huay Kaew Road and the surrounding areas every New Year as tourists drive up Doi Suthep to visit Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep and Bhubhing Palace police have instituted a ban on all passenger cars and trucks, as well as passenger buses driving up Doi Suthep.

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City readies for 7 dangerous days of New Year

Chiang Mai has put into a safe driving campaign in an attempt to reduce the numbers of accidents and deaths during the 7 dangerous days of New Year that began December 27, 2013 and end January 2, 2014.

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Anti-government demonstrators rally at CMU Art Center
“Make A Wish” trains volunteers in Chiang Mai
Fruits, flowers and veggies at the Royal Project Fair
Red shirts rally to oust Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai from Culture Council
Ministry of Culture plans to develop Wiang Kum Kam
Countdown to New Year at Tha Pae Gate

Santa Claus was busy this Christmas season!

The tune “It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas” was certainly running through a lot of heads in the week before Christmas as Christmas trees, carols and chilly temperatures brought the true Christmas feeling to Chiang Mai.

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Quirky Pics >>

Herbert wanted to know if Mickey Mouse is now living in downtown Chiang Mai?

 Arts - Entertainment
Art with a message

Chumpol Taksapornchai’s exhibition, Smile of Pain (Beauty of Life) opened at the Meeting Room on Saturday, December 21, 2013 with a showing of works social, political and personal themes. The featured painting was a large piece titled “Smile of Pain” that touched on the current themes in Thai politics including corruption,

Education >>

Santa’s Delivery to MuserNai

Children’s Day preparations in place at Kad Suan Kaew
Disease free nurseries is the city’s goal
Chiang Mai students receive Royal scholarships for orphans of disasters
Lanna Juniors look good before CMCC go top

The third match to be played in the Chiang Mai Senior League saw the meeting between two teams who had both enjoyed impressive victories in their opening games, Chiang Mai Cricket Club had beaten CPP by over 100 runs in the first match of the season but then Lanna Juniors had defeated Floggers & Robbers by an even bigger margin to go ahead of the adult side on net run-rate.


Please bear with me in case you think that I am losing what little credibility I might have as a journalist and reviewer but I urge you to try this innovative dining experience before judging me too harshly.

New Cantonese restaurant brings exciting new menu

Christmas doesn’t have a lot to do with Christ in Thailand
Bridge at Chiang Khong for motorbikes
Traffic, traffic!

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On December 17, 2013 members of the International We Love the King Club and Chiang Mai Friends Shana Kongmun, Duenpen “Boong” Chaladlam and Apiradee “Oh” Tantivejakul present Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn with a gift basket to say Thank you for his assistance in the organization of the International We Love the King Day celebrations on December 3, 2013.




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