Vol. X No.4 -   February 9 - February 22, 2011
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 200 kilos of heroin and 12 suspects caught in Phrae

Nearly 200 kilograms of heroin valued at 76 million baht in Thailand,
was confiscated in one of the biggest drugs busts in ten years.

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Suspected food poisoning outbreak
in Lampang

200 students from Boonyawat School in Lampang were admitted to area hospitals for suspected food poisoning on February 17 after they fell ill with nausea and vomiting, public health officials reported.

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EATING OUT
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The other night, while strolling the sois of Nimmanhaemin we discovered a delightful new restaurant within a group of other restaurants and bars; Tea Tales of Chiang Mai. We were greeted by the charming owner, Olivier. He is an eager–to-please Frenchman who exudes pride in his venture.

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U.S. Ambassador pays a visit to Chiang Mai

Newly installed United States Ambassador to Thailand Kristie Kenney paid a visit to Chiang Mai on Thursday,

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Education
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Students get up close with Lhin Ping

Chiang Mai Zoo organized the 20th month birthday anniversary celebration for the panda Lhin Ping panda, where a large number of students attended to offer her best wishes last month at the panda display house.

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Miss Indian Princess organizers met at the Press Party at Prince Khum Phaya Resort and Spa on February 7, 2011. The Miss Indian Princess Contest saw contestants from India visiting Chiang Mai from February 4-11 to take part in the event that will see the winner travel on to the Miss India contest.

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