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Vol. XIII No.14 - Sunday July 13, 2014 - Saturday July 26, 2014


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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Buddhist faithful flock to temples for Buddhist holy days

The Buddhist faithful circle three times around the temple in the Wientian ceremony held at temples around the city and the country. Wat Phra Singh has great significance for many Chiang Mai residents and is a popular place to perform the ceremony.

Two of the holiest days in the Buddhist calendar fell this past weekend; Asarnha Bucha Day which fell on July 11, and Khao Phansa, or the start of Buddhist Lent which began on July 12.

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Special service center for citizens of Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia

The Chiang Mai Immigration Bureau has set up a special center to provide service for migrants from Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar in Chiang Mai, Lamphun and Lampang. Pol. Cpt. Chatree Charachit, Deputy Inspector of Chiang Mai Immigration said that the new office,

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more news >>

Happy Birthday to HRH Princess Soamsawali
Illegal community radio station shut down
PWA readies for rainy season water service
Immigration to enforce visa exemption entry limits
Night Bazaar vendors seek Army help to remain open longer
Northern farmers ask NCPO to solve land problem

  FEATURES  
 
Rotarians celebrate as new District Governor installed for 2014-15

The Rotary Club of Phayao hosted the District Training Assembly for the 2014 - 2015 Rotary year culminating with the installation of Dr. Anusorn Kananusorn as District Governor for District 3360 Rotary International.

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Quirky Pics >>

Bob saw this fried platypus on Chiang Khong menu saying “We don’t even have that in Australia!”


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Project 35 Volume 2 video exhibition brings international video

Project 35 is a program of single – channel videos selected by 35 international curators for viewing at Monfai Cultural Center.
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Education >>

Ajarn Jayasaro talks on education and key values for children in dharma talk


Re-planting forests with Flight of the Gibbon
Budding artistic talent at kids’ exhibition
  SPORTS
 
Tigers climb the Division 1 table

Chiang Mai FC played host to Trat FC on June 28, 2014 at the 700 Year Stadium and despite having seen star player Angello Machuca banned for the match, saw key players like Pipat Thonkanya and Recio Matisas Eduardo step up to fill the gap.
 
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DINING OUT >>

A friend of a friend was in town visiting recently and since we were both tired from a day of sightseeing decided to eat dinner at her hotel.

Chinese at the Gold Leaf Restaurant; Imperial Mae Ping Hotel

Lemur in busy shopping mall seems cruel

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Peter Schnyder, General Manager and Nongluk Chaithep,Executive Assistant Manager of The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel recently welcomed Mr. Suriya Prasatbantitya, Chiang Mai Governor to the hotel when he gave the welcome speech at the Table Top Sales T.A.T. Phetchaburi, Prachuap Khirikhan, Samutsongkram, Samuisakorn at the Imperial Grand Hall in the hotel.
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