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Update Vol. X No.13 -   July 1 - July 31, 2011

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Animal Welfare
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Heart to Heart with Hillary
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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern

NARIT hosts hundreds of top astrophysicists in Chiang Mai

Minister of Science and Technology, Dr.Virachai Virameteekul presented Thailand’s master plan on Astronomy.

APRIM2011 hosts over than 500 delegates from every continent including world-renowned astrophysicists as Professor Dr.Norio Kaifu - the president elect of IAU, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnel who introduced ‘pulsar’ to astronomy, Professor George Miley - Vice president of IAU who has been conducting numerous international astronomical projects. An amateur yet outstandingly famous astronomer from Philippines, Mr.Christopher Go, the first man to discover the red spot junior on Jupiter is invited as well.

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Charity dinner brings HRH Soamsawali and famed chef McDang to Chiang Mai

The Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Thai celebrity food expert, chef and writer ML Sirichalerm Svasti, popularly known as Chef McDang, will jointly host an exclusive dinner on Saturday, August 27th, 2011 – all in the name of a good cause.

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More Travel >>

Exhibition extended at Singapore's ArtScience Museum 

Lamyai Festival in Lamphun 
Plan to re-open temple ground again
Bhumiphol Dam International Mountain Bike Race 

Bonsai and orchid festival in honor of HM the Queen’s birthday

The Chiang Mai Orchid Society in conjunction with the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden Garden and the Chiang Mai Bonsai Club is holding an ornamental plant and bonsai festival at Suan Buak Hat Park from August 10-14, Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn recently announced.

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EU Ambassador David Lipman opens the EU film festival 

Food Festival kicks off at Central Airport Plaza   
ITM expands its school and services

 Arts - Entertainment & It
City of Angels

In a series of stunning digital photographs, freelance photographer Curtis McElhinney draws impressionistic parallels between Bangkok and Los Angeles. The exhibition, supported by the U.S. Department of State’s Visual Arts Initiative and the Thai-U.S. Creative partnership, will run until July 24 at Central Airport Plaza Mall’s Northern Village on the second floor.

Education >>


The 2nd University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2011 will be held in Pattaya, Thailand from August 1 TO 7, 2011. 
2nd University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2011 to be held in Pattaya  
  Around Town

OThe Chiang Mai Friends Group met at The Rim Hotel in July. The guest speaker was Chartchai Chinawatra Director of Technical Services &Planning Division of Chiang Mai Municipality. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


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US called for a pause on Mekong dams 

Fire at Wat in Sansai 
Happy Birthday to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn


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