Vol. X No.7 -   March 19 - March 31, 2011
Arts - Entertainment & It
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 Truck catches fire in Lampang

On March 29, police in Sobprab district, Lampang rushed out to scene of a road accident where an 18 wheel truck and trailer lost control and plunged off the side of the road into the ditch and burst into flames.

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New art and musical festival comes to Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai raises curtains to music, arts, artists and culture extravaganza in the “Chiang Mai Fest 2011” at The Three Kings Monument and Chiang Mai Arts and Cultural Centre.The 3-day event, which will take place from April 8 to 10 at The Three Kings Monument, offers an eclectic mix of arts and culture exposure, ranging from concerts by local and international artists, dance performances and art exhibitions to a wide and impressive array of sumptuous culinary experience under the theme “Music and Dance in the Garden.

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Chiang Mai Ballet presents Alice in Wonderland

The Chiang Mai Ballet’s latest production of Alice in Wonderland on Sunday,

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Chiang Mai’s 24th International Cricket Sixes kicks off Sunday, April 3

The 24th Annual Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes Tournament begins Sunday, April 3 at the beautiful Chiengmai Gymkhana Club, Thailand’s oldest sports club dating back to 1888. San Miguel Beer are the official tournament sponsors and, as David Walker and Puttivat (Parn) Poshyanondo, Chairman of the Chiang Mai Cricket Foundation and of the Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance, pointed out, their help has been very important not only for the tournament but for the Sawasdee Cricket Program that has taught Thai children, many from very poor schools, how to play cricket.

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Around Town

CMU students head to Khon Kaen for volunteer project

Khon Kaen University and Chiang Mai University have launched volunteer camps for rural development activities in the 20th joint cooperation project for the universities.

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Chiang Mai Governor ML Panadda Disakul representing Her Majesty the Queen graciously presented blankets to elderly people at the Home for the Aged at a presentation ceremony held in Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai recently.

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