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Vol. XIII No.18 - Sunday September 7, 2014 - Saturday September 20, 2014

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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Heavy rains wreak havoc across the North

Localized flooding in parts of Chiang Mai

The military helps the Municipality in installing pumps to remove water out of flooded Chiang Mai neighborhoods on August 31, 2014.

Heavy rains from August 27 to September 2, 2014 saw homes damaged in Chiang Mai due to landslides caused by localized flooding but Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son caused far more damage, sweeping away four people with the body a Chiang Rai teacher found later, six people have killed due to flooding in 17 provinces over the past week.

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Reduced fares for red songthaews

The new routes for red songthaews have proved problematic Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya reported at a press conference on August 26, 2014 saying that many drivers complained that passengers on the scheduled routes have been few and that many could not distinguish between the regular routes and the general songthaews especially as fare prices were different.

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No parking in front of Suan Dok Hospital from September 15
City demolishes billboards on the sidewalk at 3 Kings Monument
Growers of Japanese rice in Phrao to be paid in installments
Damrongdhama Center of Chiang Mai Province opens hotline for complaints
Fallen soldier returns home to Lamphun
Proposed Ton Pao Bypass to undergo feasibility study

Doi Chang Akha community documents language and culture thanks to U.S. grant

The Akha people of Baan Doi Chang proudly revealed the efforts of the past fews; to compile and create an Akha dictionary, the first time ever done so by the Akha people.

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Quirky Pics >>

Big saw this in Chiang Mai and asked readers to guess which junction and what direction would you choose?

 Arts - Entertainment
The Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 “The Choral Symphony” at Payap

The College of Music, Payap University, in coordination with the Chiang Mai Youth Philharmonic Band Symphony Orchestra Foundation,

Education >>

Big Hug Big Smile encourages youth against drugs

Wichai Witthaya Bilingual School and Pinkanakorn plant trees
National Science & Technology Fair a huge success
Machuca’s hat trick gives Tigers 3 -1 win over TTM Customs

Chiang Mai FC played against Division 1’s oldest team TTM Customs on August 30, 2014 at the 700 Years Stadium and saw star player Anggello Machuca as man of the match with a hat trick against the visitors.


Well known TV host of the show OIC and actor DJ Man OIC as he is known, or Attachart Sripakdee, returned to his hometown to start a restaurant.

Suan Dokmai Coffee & Bar, late morning until late night

What is up with the masks?

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Chiang Mai International Rotary Club members had the opportunity to inspect the surgical instruments that were purchased by the Chiang Mai Expats Club and our club for donation to the Mae Tao Clinic in Mae Sot at their club meeting on August 26, 2014 at the River Market. Joining them are visitors Pat from the Chiang Mai Expats club and Stephen who is the Asia Director for the One World Futbol Project.




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