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Vol. XIII No.17 - Sunday August 24, 2014 - Saturday September 6, 2014


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Immigration clarifies new regulations for foreigners in Chiang Mai

Visa runs, overstay, and extensions of stay discussed

Members of the Chiang Mai diplomatic corps from Japan, the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Switzerland, Austria, Finland, South Korea, and Peru met with officers from Chiang Mai Immigration to discuss the new regulations.

Chiang Mai Immigration officials laid out the new regulations regarding overstay, in/out border trips, and extensions as well as cleared up many questions held by foreign residents at a meeting held organized by the Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel on Wednesday, August 20, 2014.

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Nearly 3,500 traffic offenders caught in one month

The Traffic Police have issued over 3,500 traffic violations since the crackdown on driving at four major intersections began on July 17, 2014. Police began targeting five major infractions including stopping over the line at the red light, driving the wrong way, blocking intersections, driving over the double yellow line,

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Longan farmers protest in Saraphi
Chiang Mai could still see more storm activity
Government holds conference to find ways to reduce road accidents
NCPO increasing fines on illegal logging
Vending machine thief targets drinking water machines
Government prepares for 2015 smog season

  FEATURES  
 
Chiang Mai comes together to celebrate HM the Queen’s birthday

The day started early as Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya and government officials made merit early morning by offering food and alms to monks at Tha Pae Gate in honor of HM Queen Sirikit on her birthday on August 12, 2014.

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Quirky Pics >>

Paul saw this at a local coffee shop recently.


 Arts - Entertainment
 
Fauwn Leb / Identity

“Fauwn Leb, the traditional fingernail dance of Northern Thailand, has come to serve as a marketable representation of Lanna culture and its heritage, while simultaneously being distorted by diverse economic and political forces.
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Education >>

Shangri-La Hotel plants rice with San Kamphaeng students


Traidhos Farm to hold Open Day for Chiang Mai teachers
Students learn about watersheds and conservation
  SPORTS
 
The first Singha Trail Running Festival 2014 in Chiang Rai

A events and Singha Corporation are excited to announce the inaugural Singha Trail Running Festival, scheduled on the 20th of September in the stunning Singha Park located in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
 
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DINING OUT >>

Situated at a busy corner of Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar is an international restaurant, where a genuine taste of Germany can be experienced; the German Hofbrauhaus Y Casa Antonio (tel. 053 276 989), it is located almost opposite McDonald’s at 115/2-2, Loi Kroh Road.

A taste of Germany in the heart of the Night Bazaar

So much space between cars

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Elephant Parade House and The Colour Factory join together in one fabulous location. The Elephant Parade House moved to the premises of The Colour Factory on Charoenrat Road and held a week long open house starting August 12, 2014. Here the painted elephants join the designer handbags by Miguel La Salle and other goodies by international designers. Joanna MacLean joins designer Miguel La Salle at the opening of the new Elephant Parade House @ Colour Factory on August 12, 2014. (Photo courtesy of Chris Chun)
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