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Vol. XIII No.3 - Sunday february 9, 2014 - Saturday february 22, 2014


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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Election peaceful as turnout reaches 69.82%

Governor Wichien Puthiwinyoo casts his ballot in the February 2 elections.

Chiang Mai Province has 1,251,590 registered voters, out of those 876,113 went to the polls for a 69.82% voter turnout. There are 10 constituencies in Thailand and Pairoj Saengphuwong, the Election Commission Chairman, said that officers counted ballots openly at all polling stations to prevent electoral fraud that may occur during the transport of ballot boxes after elections on February 2, 2014.

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Panda baby lost as Lin Hui miscarries

Panda fans in Thailand have been following the pregnancy of panda mom Lin Hui for 128 days to hear the disappointing news that she had miscarried the baby she had been carrying on February 3, 2014.

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Tasty Smile for Miles
Makha Bucha Day on February 14
Soldier dies of health complications
IIFF donates fire trucks and ambulances to Mae Fah Luang Foundation
Lucky license plates should bring in over 30 million baht
Campaign launched to keep Bhubhing Palace free of smoke

  FEATURES  
 
Skål Yangon to twin with Chiang Mai

Members of Skål Chiang Mai and the North, the travel and tourism professionals organization, met at the lovely Khum Phaya Resort and Spa on Thursday, January 23, 2014.

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Quirky Pics >>

Cathy sent in this picture of the morterbike, a weapon of mass destruction.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
A.I.R. Exhibition at CMU Arts Center

Artists Jennifer Morrow from Northern Ireland (left) and David Jacobs from the United States showcased their works at the Surface Arts + Rumpueng Residency Program on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at the CMU Arts Center Annex on the ground floor.
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Education >>

Panayaden School holds annual open house fair


Prem Grade 4 students - Exploring Forces and Motion
Sermsuk Company donates blankets to 3 schools in Mae Rim
  SPORTS
 
Lamphun boys surprise Chiang Mai in National Youth Championships

Supporters of cricket in Chiang Mai can be very proud of their junior cricketers as teams representing Lamphun and Chiang Mai provinces faced each other in both the boys and girls finals of the National Youth Championships recently held in Lopburi.
 
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RECIPES BY NOI >>

This year some of us are very happy to have quite a long cold season and I hope this recipe isn’t too late to make it for the cold season.

Kang Kradang/Pork jelly

Grumpy expats
Work permit for a bank account!
Passport office closed?

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Members of the Classic Cars of Lanna Club held a Mystery Tour on Sunday, January 26, 2014. Starting out from Nim City Daily, the group left at 10:30 a.m. to drive out to San Kamphaeng Hot Springs with stops along the way. Members took part in a quiz and the person with the most correct answers was awarded a bottle of wine at the party that concluded at Neil’s house.
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