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Vol. XIII No.5 - Sunday March 9, 2014 - Saturday March 22, 2014

Arts - Entertainment
Life at 33 1/3
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Business - Travel - Tourism
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
Community Happenings
Doctor's Consultation
Dining Out & Recipes
Life in Chiang Mai
Mail Bag
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Money Matters
On the Grapevine
Quirky Pics
Social Scene
Under The Spotlight
Daily Horoscope
About Us
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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Jumbos to be feted at National Thai Elephant Day celebrations

National Elephant Day will be celebrated on March 13 with a grand feast and blessing ceremony for the elephants.

National Thai Elephant Day is celebrated on March 13 every year since 1998 when it was first celebrated. The Maesa Elephant Camp in Mae Rim will hold celebrations on Thursday, March 13, 2014 from noon to 3 p.m. where Governor Wichien Phuttiwinyoo will preside over the event.

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Lucky license plates raise 26 million baht

The lucky license plate auction held on February 22 and 23, 2014 at the Empress Convention Center, Empress Hotel raised 26,094,296 baht for the Road Safety Fund.

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Rak Chiang Mai 51 leader denies calling for a separate Lanna state
Sister of HRH Princess Soamsawali injured in car accident
Chinese tourists causing a stir at CMU
Forest Fire Smoke Free Day held in Chiang Mai
Tourist drivers causing mayhem on city streets
Public Health Ministry warns of formaldehyde in food nationwide

New President elected for Skål Chiang Mai

Outgoing Skål President Annette Kunigagon chaired the Annual General Meeting of Skål Chiang Mai and the North held at Le Meridien Chiang Mai.

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Quirky Pics >>

Uli saw this pick-up driving to town... hope they did not lose granny on the way!!

 Arts - Entertainment
Images of Central Asia

Local photographer Marisa Marchitelli is known for her wonderful photos of local sites and unique handicrafts for the handmade chiangmai project as well as many others, recently debuted some of her many amazing photos of her trip through Central Asia late last year.

Education >>

British boarding schools instill important values

Graduation Day at Saraphi Technical College
Sidewalk classroom for Burma’s street children
Donation for autistic kids
Gymkhana Club successful in three team tournament against visitors Patong and Pattaya

Gymkhana Club staged a successful three-team tournament in 2013 in which teams from Pattaya and Patong played against Gymkhana with each team playing two 20-over matches and the home side was victorious with plenty of local talent to choose from.


I love cheese, it isn’t always easy to find in Chiang Mai and, let’s face it, never for the price that one could find in Paris or even London. However, when one has been away from quality cheese for quite some time then price does not always come into account.

Mmm… cheese

The Burning Season
Praise for the cycling recyclers
Air quality report

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AIA Insurance Agents met at the Chiang Mai Hill Hotel on Sunday, March 02, 2014 to hold a training session for agents and staff to become “AIA Pro-Agents”. Eighty-six agents took part in the training session and expressed their pride in improving their abilities and raising the quality of AIA agents to a high standard. The session was held to ensure that AIA agents were ready for the upcoming AEC integration in 2015.




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