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Vol. XIII No.11 - Sunday June 1, 2014 - Saturday June 14, 2014


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Army maintains order in Chiang Mai

Small demonstrations dispersed at Chang Puak Gate

Soldiers stationed at Chang Puak Gate after the announcement of the coup were called on to disperse people protesting against the military coup.

Chiang Mai remained mostly calm after the National Peace and Order Maintaining Council (NPOMC) announced a coup in Thailand at 4.30 p.m. on May 22, 2014 and announced a curfew from 10.00 p.m. to 5.00 a.m. However, the curfew was relaxed to midnight on Wednesday, May 28, 2014.

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Chiang Mai gets a new Governor

Chiang Mai Governor Wichien Puthiwinyoo will be appointed to the post of Governor of Saraburi on June 2, 2014 and current Tak Governor Suriya Prasatbandit will be appointed as the Governor of Chiang Mai.

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more news >>

Water situation in Chiang Mai remains stable
Canadian shooting victim still awaiting justice
Royal Relief packages for earthquake victims from HRH Princess Soawmawali
New requirements for driver’s license begins June 1
Workshop on drug abuse prevention in villages
Chiang Mai wants to promote “Long stay tourism”

  FEATURES  
 
Inthakin ceremony prays for rain, peace and prosperity

Chiang Mai celebrated the annual Inthakin Festival or City Pillar Festival which began on Sunday, May 25 at 4 p.m. when Governor Wichien Puthiwinyoo hit the ceremonial gong before attending a worship ceremony at the Inthakin shrine at Wat Chedi Luang Worawiharn.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron saw this resort and said, “It looked inviting today because it was so darn hot out there riding; head melting inside my helmet!”


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Lanna Contemporary Exhibition

The Lanna Contemporary Exhibition, which features works of art from contemporary Lanna artists opened at the 1st floor of Central Festival Chiang Mai on May 17, 2014. The exhibition shows paintings, sculptures, printmaking and mixed media images from local and Northern artists.
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Education >>

Northern Soodyod sees students compete for chance to represent the North


Visakha Bucha Day - a Traidhos Community celebration
Anti-drugs band contest for CMRU’s 90th anniversary
Boarding as an anthropological field
  SPORTS
 
Lanna Tigers home game results in a draw

The Chiang Mai FC Lanna Tigers currently stand 9th on the table of the Yamaha League 1 division proved too strong for the second ranked visitors Angthong FC at home on May 17, 2104.
 
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DINING OUT >>

The boutique hotel 137 Pillars House is known for its high teas and great happy hours on the lawn in front of the beautiful old teak house that gives the hotel its name.

New chef at 137 Pillars

Trouble in Paradise

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Peter Schnyder, General Manager of the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel and the management team recently congratulated Phumkanok Ariyanana, Managing Director of Pantip Plaza, Chiang Mai on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of Pantip Plaza.
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