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Vol. XIII No.6 - Sunday March 23, 2014 - Saturday April 5, 2014


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Choking smog affecting the province

Smoke fills the air of Chiang Mai in this photo taken in front of City Hall at 9:35 a.m. on March 17, 2014.

The choking haze that has filled Chiang Mai skies has seen PM10 or Particulate Matter numbers continue to rise, affecting the health of people in Chiang Mai. The city was starting to see the affects on March 8 as burning forests and fields from neighboring provinces and countries drifted into the valley, filling it with smoke.

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Chiang Khong Crown Prince Hospital receives funds from Japanese

The Government of Japan, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Scheme (GGP), is providing funds amounting to 3,494,000 baht for “The Project for Improving Medical Service for Residents in Chiang Khong District, Chiang Rai Province”.

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Happy birthday to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
Happy birthday HRH Princess Ubolratana
Chakri Day is April 6
8 districts facing drought conditions
Military Camp hospital to treat public for smog related health problems
Chiang Mai City ready for drought conditions

  FEATURES  
 
More than just an elephant feast on National Thai Elephant Day

The Thai Elephant is Thailand’s national animal and on March 13, 1963 the Royal Forestry Department designated the white elephant as the National Animal of Thailand.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron saw this one in front of a cowboy restaurant, he said he had only one word; “Ouch”.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Creativity and Spirituality

The new art exhibition which opened on this month at Gallery 116 on Charoen Muang Road is a marvelous collection of deeply spiritual Buddhist canvasses which show that the artist – 38 year old Pakaphong Thongkaing – has enormous talent and creativity.
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Education >>

Kids blossom at Panyaden School’s Blossom Day


Vocational College students certified in Hotel Management
Holiday Inn team helps out at Doi Lo school
Rare clouded leopards undergo artificial insemination at Zoo
  SPORTS
 
President of Chiang Mai FC banned for life

In a surprise move the FA Thailand banned the President of Chiang Mai FC Lanna Tigers Udornphan Chantarawiroj for life and fined him 100,000 baht after he slapped a referee on the head at the end of a match against Nakhon Pathom United on March 8, 2014.
 
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DINING OUT >>

The question that comes up time and time again for the Dining Out team, usually re-directed from the Chiang Mai Mail itself - “How do we get our restaurant reviewed?” The answer is really quite simple - invite us! There is no charge. You do not charge us, and we do not charge you.

How do you get your restaurant reviewed?

An Open Letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tourism Authorities and the Ambassadors of all Nations

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Mr. Akihiko Fujii, Consul General of Japan Consulate General in Chiang Mai was the guest of honor to open ‘RarinJinda Onsen Grand Opening Celebration’. He was welcomed by RarinJinda Wellness Spa Resort Management; Narun Wiwattanakrai (Chief Marketing Officer) who then offered a short presentation of RarinJinda Wellness Spa Resort and introduced the newest facility of RarinJinda Wellness Spa, the first semi-outdoor Onsen in Chiang Mai, which comprises a Mineral Hot Springs Pool with concentrate from Japan’s Gero Hot Springs in Takayama Region, recognized as one of top 3 Onsen in Japan with the nickname ‘Beauty Hot Spring’.
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