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Vol. XIII No.20 - Sunday October 5, 2014 - Saturday October 18, 2014

Arts - Entertainment
Classical Connections
Life at 33 1/3
Ask Emma
Book Review
Bridge in Paradise
Business - Travel - Tourism
finance & Investing
Animal Welfare
Care for Dogs
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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Helicopter on rescue mission missing in high mountains of Myanmar

On September 16 the Advance Aviation Co helicopter took off from Chiang Mai to ferry supplies in a search and rescue mission in the Kachin state of Myanmar.

A Chiang Mai based helicopter went missing on September 27 on a rescue mission for missing climbers on Hkakabo Razi, the highest mountain South East Asia. Speaking with the Chiang Mai Mail, a representative from Advance Aviation said that they had not received any beacon signals from the helicopter’s Emergency Location Transmitter since it went missing.

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Flash flood in Fang sweeps 3 people away

A flash flood swept through the forest in Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, killing three people trapped in a hut including a four month old baby girl, at 2 p.m. on September 29, 2014.

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Governor pushes bicycle lanes on provincial agenda
Over 1,000 cyclists join CarFree Day
Army tackles encroachment in Huai Nam Dang National Park
Damrongdhama Center hotline receives about 10 calls each day
Japanese government donates fire engines to Mae Chaem
Rotary International and Makro work to provide unleaded pots for noodle sellers

Visiting the beauties of the North

Chiang Mai media, tourist guides and Cultural Council volunteers were lucky enough to join the Public Relations Office Chiang Mai to visit the four provinces of the North in Provincial Cluster 1 with the goal of promoting tourism and the North and reminding the Northern people of all that their region has to offer.

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Quirky Pics >>

Ron spotted this “Don’t forget your car!”

 Arts - Entertainment
Youth on Parade – Gallery 116 scores another hit!

Just over one hundred years ago, the British author Joseph Conrad wrote these lines in his novelette “Youth” - “Youth, the strength of it, the faith of it, the imagination of it!” And those words could not be more appropriate for the brand new exhibition of works by young Thai artists at the celebrated Gallery 116 on Charoen Muang Road.

Education >>

Who is the best young chef in Thailand?

CMU students learn about life as a diplomat
Payap University hosts student blood drive
Chiang Mai Bike Festival 2014 December 5 -7

The latest event to hit the Chiang Mai sports scene was announced at a press conference held at Central Festival Chiang Mai on Thursday, September 25. The Chiang Mai Bike Festival will feature road cycling and mountain biking in honor of HM the King’s birthday from December 5 – 7, 2014 at the Chiang Mai University Art Center on Nimmanhaemin Road.


I confess I only went to Nasi Jumpru when it was out on the Maejo Road, it was a bit far out of town for me and then when it moved even further out, was still too far!

Nasi Jumpru at the Harbour

Student inductions: welcoming, team-building or ritual humiliation?
New underpass at Superhighway

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Chiang Mai International Rotary Club welcomed Haley Anderson, new General Manager of Care for Dogs, the local dog rescue and sterilization organization at their meeting at River Market recently. She spoke to members on the work the organization does, the importance of sterilization and treatment for dogs and the work they are doing with other animal welfare organizations around the country to enact animal cruelty laws. She also urged members to attend the upcoming Care for Dogs Yappy Hour Fundraising Benefit to be held at the River Market on November 16 at 5:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online only at




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