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Vol. X No.15 - September 1 - September 30, 2011


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Chiang Mai floods

The water levels rise to flood levels as the marker next to Nawarat Bridge
showed at noon, September 28, 2011.

Heavy overnight rains in Chiang Mai have seen the river level rise to critical flood levels and many areas along the river are inundated. San Sai and San Kamphaeng are reported to be under water and desperate business owners along the river continue to sandbag. One owner, when questioned, said, he wasn’t sure if the river hit 4.5 m if his place of business would flood but has walled off the doors and sandbagged the front in case of flooding.

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Anti-corruption campaign from Chamber of Commerce

The Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce joined Chambers nationwide in staging an anti-corruption rally on Sunday morning, September 25, 2011. Chiang Mai Governor ML Panadda Diskul joined the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Chamber members at the rally where he spoke on the need for transparency and called for members of the Chamber, business people,

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Peace walk to commemorate Saffron Revolution
Donations for flood victims 
UNESCO Creative City application moves forward

  FEATURES  
 
Classic car buffs meet at Nim City

For those who love old cars the place to be on a Sunday is Nim City where the members of the Classic Cars of Lanna Cllub meet on the last Sunday of every month. It’s never certain what cars will show up and members include both expats and Thais. Rex Baggaley is a regular in his bright yellow Lotus while others can range from classic Peugots, to Alfa Romeos, to a whole gaggle of Jaguars that came this past Sunday.

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German Princess and Phuenthai donate 20,000 Baht to school in Lamphunn 


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
CMU Fine Arts students go madiFesto

The Chiang Mai University Faculty of Fine Arts students are holding their annual madiFesto exhibition at the CMU Art Museum on Nimmanhaemin and this year’s theme is generally multimedia interactive exhibits, often featuring live models, video, and interactive displays.

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Education >>

National Youth Day


CosPlay at Chiang Mai Schools
Sports Day for area kids
Education Seminar to be held in Chiang Mai 
  Around Town
 

United States Consul General Susan N. Stevenson met with Friends of EducationUSA at the Kantary Hills Hotel’s Nimman Bar & Grill on Thursday, September 22, 2011 for a reception dinner and to celebrate her birthday. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!).    continued

More Quirky Pics

Elephant released into Elephant Sanctuary

A few more quirkies from around Chiang Mai
Quirky pics from around Chiang Mai
QUIRKY PICS
Quirky Pics: take 5
Quirky Pics: take 6

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