Chiangmai’s First English Language Newspaper 1 The Chiangmai Mail has been introduced to the market place to provide a weekly local English Newspaper, which covers the news that affects the residents in the North. Information that affects the local community covering politics, business, and social events, which cannot be found in the Bangkok based English broadsheet newspapers. While there have been many magazines and other publications which have opened, these have been directed at the tourist market, not the residents. While people outside the northern region want to know what is happening in this area, it should not be forgotten that it has become a second home to many, and as with your own home, you want to know what is going on both on a business and a social level. You want to know the gossip, as well as the factual news.
The Chiangmai Mail has behind it a publishing group, which has built up a well-deserved reputation for itself, locally, nationally and internationally. Now it has entered the North with a newspaper, which will provide unbiased, direct accounts on the happenings in the local area. With Internet representation as well, its international coverage will support existing and new loyal readers overseas. In summary, The Chaingmai Mail is a light, enjoyable read, which you will want to read from cover to cover. A local newspaper that provides the news of the North and supports and promotes the business, tourism and social events in the area and will provide residents and visitors alike with the information they want to know about and presented in a weekly, up to date and enjoyable format.
Updated every Tuesday.
Chiangmai Mail Publishing Co. Ltd.
209/5 Moo 6, T.Faham, A.Muang,
Chiang Mai 50000 Tel. 053 852 557, 089 831 5110 Fax. 053 260 738
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Updated by Saichon Paewsoongnern
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