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Vol. XIII No.22 - Sunday November 2, 2014 - Saturday November 15, 2014


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Chiang Mai readies for Loy Krathong Festival

Floating lanterns banned in three locations in the city

The City will ban the launching of hot air balloons or Khom Loy at the Governor’s Residence, Three Kings Monument and Tha Pae Gate as they are a fire and aviation hazard and have called on people to not launch them but light the small candles called Pang Pratheed.

Chiang Mai is readying for the popular Loy Krathong Festival that draws thousands of visitors to launch Khom Loy or floating sky lanterns in the air and krathongs in the water as well as fireworks. The city has banned the use of Khom Loy or the floating lanterns and alcohol in three key locations; the Governor’s Residence, Tha Pae Gate and Three Kings Monument in a bid to tackle safety concerns.

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Officials pay homage on Chulalongkorn Day

Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya led Lanna royal family, foreign consuls, Members of Parliament, government officials, police, military, students and the public in paying homage to HM King Chulalongkorn on October 23, 2014 at Chiang Mai City Hall on Chulalongkorn Day which commemorates the death of King Rama V on October 23, 1910.

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HRH Princess Soamsawali presents robes to monks in Phrao
Royal Rainmaking Center continues operations
Protest group calls for halt to petroleum concession bidding
Chiang Mai Health Office ready for Ebola
Survey of Doi Suthep cable car proposal sees 70% approval
RID set to deal with potential drought situation

  FEATURES  
 
Spinning Plates; a tale of three restaurants

The U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai continued the foodie theme with the showing of the documentary Spinning Plates directed by Joseph Levy. Joining Joseph was his former professor at the famed film school the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California,

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Quirky Pics >>

Barry says, “The U.S. has Dr. House, Thailand has Dr. Lounge”


 Arts - Entertainment
 
A Night To Remember

On Saturday October 18th the Chiang Mai-based Tong Sam Classic Motorcycle Club, led by their President Paitoon Yolao, organized a huge rally and rock concert to raise money for a school in Samoeng.
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Education >>

Tai Lue Way of Life


[email protected] gives students a voice
Brand Summer Camp at Chiang Mai
Zonta Club Chiang Mai offers scholarships for poor students
  SPORTS
 
Fifth annual Chiang Mai International Rugby Tens draws teams from around the world

The fifth annual Chiang Mai International Rugby Tens was held at Prince Royal’s College on October 25 and 26, 2015 and saw a full complement of 10 teams play as well as separate women’s matches which saw five teams registered to play in a round robin format.
 
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DINING OUT >>

As an American I was intrigued to hear about a new restaurant just off Huay Kaew run by a Thai man who lived in New York for years, I checked out the Facebook page and after seeing the fried chicken submarine sandwich called up a friend and we met there for dinner.

Corner Bistro is just around the corner

Freshman hazing gone wild?
Reader feedback on songthaew routes

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Jenny Croyston celebrated her birthday with friends at David’s Kitchen or DK at 909. Owner David arranged a surprise visit from Skål friends and committee members to join the small birthday party on Monday, October 20, 2014.
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