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Vol. XIII No.4 - Sunday February 23, 2014 - Saturday March 8, 2014


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Government works to prevent forest fires

Fire barriers erected in high risk areas

The Ad Hoc committee is working to prevent and control forest fires and have identified high risk areas and implemented measures to prevent the spread of forest fires in those areas (file photo)

The Acting Chief of the Natural Resources and Environment Office Chiang Mai said that the Ad Hoc Center to prevent forest fires that was set up to survey and control forest fires during the most high risk period, 80 days from February 1 to April 21, 2014 has organized efforts at the district levels to erect fire barriers, create upstream dams to ensure water supply and remove fuel for forest fires by promoting the “Branches and Leaves Bank” for composting instead of burning, and promoted the use of organic fertilizers in agriculture.

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Territorial Defense Volunteers celebrate 60 years

The Territorial Defense Volunteers is a civilian force working with military and police to maintain peace and order in the country, to assist in natural disasters and provide support as needed. The Territorial Defense Volunteers were established 60 years ago and their Founding Day falls on February 10.

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Southern districts face drought conditions
Chiang Mai Music Fest moves to Promenada
Chiang Mai joins One Billion and Rising
Governor kicks off campaign to prevent forest fires
Pinkanakorn Agency donates sports equipment
Government reports air quality remains good

  FEATURES  
 
Chiang Mai blooms in the 38th annual Flower Festival

The 38th Annual Flower Festival was opened on February 8 at 4 p.m. by Mr. Suwat Sidthilaw, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Of Tourism and Sports in front of the Governor’s Official Residence at Nawarat Bridge.

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Quirky Pics >>

Jae wondered about the “Free Hug” man at Tha Pae Gate.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Student creativity on display in Art Thesis exhibition

The proud faces of the graduating class of Rajamangala University of Technology, Lanna’s Department of Painting, Sculpture,
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Education >>

Fair brings U.S. colleges to Chiang Mai


Murder Mystery Theater from Rajabhat students
German Christian School holds fun fair
English camp for Lamphun students at CMU
  SPORTS
 
Outstanding Thailand crowned ACC women’s premier champions

Thailand’s women cricketers have won another major competition as they beat China by seven wickets at the Royal Chiang Mai Golf Course Ground to complete a perfect record of five wins out of five and to be deservedly crowned as the first winners of the ACC Women’s Premier.
 
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DINING OUT >>

I am an admitted hard core fan of Southern Thai food. The spicier the better and so it is often difficult for me to find the requisite spice here in Chiang Mai, a land of a gentler, less spicy eating people. Northern food has a different range of tastes and flavors,

A little bit of the South in the North

Granny lost everything in house fire
Why no public toilets?
I missed the plant fair at the Flower Festival!

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Kantary Hills, Hotel Chiang Mai Shop Coordinator Panisara Phummapooti (front row, 5th from left) welcomed the Chiang Mai University Faculty of Fine Arts’ members and students, led by Associate Dean for Academic Research and International Affairs Faculty of Fine Arts Assistant Professor Sunandha Ratana (front row, 4th from left), during their recent visit to Café Kantary in Chiang Mai.
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