Vol. X No.9 -   April 18 - May 3, 2011
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 No serious earthquake damage
to famous Phayao Buddha statue

The famous Phayao Buddha statue Phra Chao Ton Luang suffered no damage from the March 24 earthquake but will need renovation due to humidity damage.

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PM Abhisit visits Mae Hong Son

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajiva visited Mae Hong Son on April 25 and noted that drug suppression measures cannot be successful so long as demand in Thailand remains high and that it is important to tackle the cause of drug use in order to fight the drug problem in Thailand.

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Latest News
Storms across the North bring disaster relief
Illegal migrant workers rounded up in Chiang Mai

Arts - Entertainment

Raming Tea celebrates 70th anniversary

Raming Tea Co. was founded 70 years ago by Prasit Pumchusri, inspired by books that celebrated the Lanna Kingdom’s long history of tea planting. Started as the Mountain Tea, the name was changed in 1967 to Raming Tea Co. Ltd. The company started out with 3,000 rai of land for cultivation in the highlands of Mae Taeng.

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Tattoo art at MuMu

The exhibition Tattoism; My body is my canvas is running until May 15 at MuMu gallery on Nimmanhaemin Soi 7.

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Around Town

APIS sees two students win awards at 3rd All School Idol competition

Two students from American Pacific International School won in two categories in the singing competition at the 3rd Annual Chiang Mai Regional All School Idol & Challenge of the Bands: Inter-School Music Talent Competition recently held at the Playhouse Theatre, Chiang Mai.

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The U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai joined Doi Pui village and Suthep Tambon Municipality for the village’s “Big Cleaning Day.” U.S. Consul General Susan Stevenson and 30 members of the Consulate community worked alongside approximately one hundred Doi Pui residents,

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