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Vol. XIII No.1 - Sunday January 12, 2014 - Saturday January 25, 2014


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HM the King wishes Thais happiness, prosperity, mutual concern

His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Tuesday, Dec. 31, conveyed his New Year greetings to his people, wishing happiness, success and prosperity to the Thai people, and peace to the country.

In his traditional televised New Year’s address broadcast at 8pm, HM the King called on Thais to pay great attention to the country’s collective interest and Thainess.

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Panda-monium to return to Chiang Mai?

Giant panda Lin Hui is believed to be pregnant with her second cub and despite hormone levels and changed behavior Zoo veterinarians hope she will give birth to a healthy cub soon.

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more news >>

Eleven die in 7 dangerous days of New Year
Over 1 million people affected by the cold weather
47 candidates to run for Parliament
Beauty blossoms at the 38th Chiang Mai Flower Festival
Prayers for the New Year
Corn farmers protest against delayed aid

  FEATURES  
 
Countdown to New Year 2014

New Year’s Eve was a huge success for local businesses as tourists poured into the city to celebrate the New Year. The Walking Street Market was packed with visitors and hotels were reporting 100% capacity. Huay Kaew was plagued by traffic jams after police re-opened the road to Doi Suthep under pressure from local vendors.

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Quirky Pics >>

Martin said, “Arrest me! I want free Wi-Fi!”


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Clubnapralan reunites in Chiang Mai with a diverse offering of art

Clubnapralan is a group of mainly Bangkok based artists who have organized exhibitions to promote Thai arts in ASEAN held their second annual “Vacation Art Exhibition” at Chiang Mai University Arts Center.
Continued

Education >>

Malaysia’s Refugee School


Chiang Mai Night Safari donates blankets and warm clothing
Resilience training for senior students
  SPORTS
 
Lanna Juniors start the year with a thrilling victory

Chiang Mai’s cricketers enjoyed their Christmas and New Year break and 2014 started in entertaining fashion as Lanna’s senior side played Lanna Juniors in a friendly at Gymkhana Club.
 
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EATING OUT >>

Although it has been around Chiang Mai for quite some time I just never made it to Butter is Better on Chang Klan.

Is Butter better?

Pollution from Suan Dok Hospital
Why I love Thailand and its people
Accident statistics

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Por from North Gate Jazz Co-op joined Lee of Akha Ama Coffee and the band KOBE at the Akha Ama La Fattoria branch near Wat Phra Singh on the Sunday Walking Street Market on Sunday, December 29, 2013 for an evening concert.
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