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Vol. XIII No.9 - Sunday May 4, 2014 - Saturday May 17, 2014

Arts - Entertainment
Life at 33 1/3
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Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Enough water for everyone

Regional Irrigation Office reports on water situation

Although the Ping River is low, the Regional Irrigation Office reports that the dams have enough water to get Chiang Mai through the dry season and into the rainy season.

Chiang Mai Province has enough water for both domestic use and for agriculture, the Regional Irrigation Office reported recently. The major sources of water for Chiang Mai are two large dams; Mae Ngat Dam and the Mae Kuang Dam in Doi Saket. Mae Ngat currently stands at 54% capacity or 144.688 million cubic meters of water. Mae Kuang Dam is lower at 32% capacity with 84 million cubic meters. The dams have more water in them than at this time last year.

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Weather report for May sees rain for Chiang Mai

The Director of the Northern Meteorological Center predicts that the latter half of May will see more rain as the Southwest monsoon will prevail over the North. The first half of the month will see variable weather, with heat, some rain and possible hail, according to the director, Santhanee Chaichiangpin.

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HRH Princess Sirindhorn visits remote Chiang Mai school
Coronation Day Monday, May 5
Visakha Bucha Day is May 13
Governor honors monuments and Lanna royal family for Songkran
New Deputy Governor takes office in Chiang Mai
Maejo poll finds 70% of people are unaware of cable car project

Fine French dining at Le Crystal for Skålleagues

Skål Chiang Mai and the North, the travel and tourism professionals organization, held their latest meeting at the fabulous Le Crystal French Restaurant on Thursday, April 24, 2014 where members and guests met for cocktails and canapés before sitting down to a delicious dinner.

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Quirky Pics >>

Martin saw this sign at a urinal in Kad Suan Kaew and said it left him speechless.

 Arts - Entertainment
Georges Moustaki, an icon of La Chanson Française – A Tribute

Georges Moustaki (born Giuseppe Mustacchi in Corfu in 1934) is no more. He died in Nice one year ago.

Education >>

H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn at the Thai Astronomy Olympiad in Chiang Mai

Prem Students exhibit on their Visions for Sustainability
Junior research astronomers exhibit in Japan
Regina Coeli students to hold all female Khon performance
Martin’s long wait for fifty

Martin Papworth has been at the forefront of cricket in Chiang Mai for most of the last decade in a multitude of roles ranging from coach, umpire, team selector, groundsman,


Chiang Mai has coffee shops everywhere, mainly serving cakes and muffins.

The Larder; a little breakfast café

Good news stories

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Around Town

Peter Schnyder, General Manager of The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, welcomed J. Y. Koo, Chairman and CEO of E1 Corporation together with the Senior Vice President and Head of the Marketing Division of E1 Corp. Y.M. Park to the Redcap Tour E1 Party 2014 Mini-concert at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel. Famous Korean Pop star Park Jung Hyun performed at the party and joined them for the photo.




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