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Vol. XIII No.2 - Sunday January 26, 2014 - Saturday February 8, 2014


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CMU grads receive diplomas from HRH Princess Sirindhorn

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited Chiang Mai on Thursday, January 23 to hand out diplomas to Chiang Mai University graduates. The ceremonies were held at Chiang Mai University Convention Center on Nimmanhaemin Road. A total of 5,589 students graduated with a Bachelor’s degree while 1,700 students graduated from the Master’s program, 156 students received their doctorate degrees on Thursday. A total of 7,445 students graduated from CMU at the ceremony.

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Water in good supply for dry season

The Regional Irrigation Office 1 (Chiang Mai) reported that the water situation in Chiang Mai remains good as accumulated rainfall during 2013 was at 1,113.40 mm, 4.09% above average.

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HRH Princess Ubolratana presides over “To Be Number One”
Jazz in the City Festival draws big crowds and lots of fans
CMU United for the Nation
Economic investment in the North grew in 2013
Thai Architects hold Northern Show
White shirts light candles to support elections

  FEATURES  
 
Farewell to Chinese Consul General

The Empress Hotel was the scene for a farewell party for Chiang Mai’s gracious Chinese Consul – General Zhang Weicai. Only a year and a half into his post he is returning to Beijing to retire.

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Quirky Pics >>

Brett saw his first ever fish and chips mobile cart, thinks this would be a great idea in the U.K.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Prints as Prints

Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Fine Arts often puts on interesting and thought provoking exhibitions, the student thesis projects are always worth a visit. In fact, for those who enjoy art, the CMU
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Education >>

Japanese Government helps Shan students in Chiang Mai


Medical students at CMU to receive specialized English courses
CMU medical researcher wins Best Researcher award
Prem students working for Wat Don Chan Orphanage
  SPORTS
 
Svetlana Kuznetsova joins PTT Pattaya Open

Two-time Grand Slam champion, Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia, who is currently ranked no 20 in the world, has made a late entry into the US$250,000 PTT Pattaya Open, which is being held at the Dusit Thani Hotel, Pattaya from 26 January – 2 February.
 
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EATING OUT >>

This charming little restaurant is quite casual with tables set in a terraced garden with small pools and garden sculptures. Stepping through the small gates makes you feel like you are truly in Northern Thailand. But even more so, the food will really make you feel like you are in the North.

Huen Muan Jai; Northern food in a lovely atmosphere

Central Airport Plaza parking
Flashing lights on Mahidol Road
Why no headlights at dusk?

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General Manager of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel Peter Schnyder (2nd left) welcomes the arrival of the air crew from Air China on their first visit to the hotel. With him is Mrs. Nongluk Chaithep Director of Sales & Marketing.
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