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Soho Bar and Guesthouse on Huay Kaew road celebrated their 7th anniversary on Sunday, November 20, 2011. Owner Shauna Pugh was joined by her partner and friends to celebrate.


Khun Art of Gap House and members of the Royal Thai Army based in Chiang Mai collect funds to purchase food and goods for flood victims on the Sunday Walking Street Market on Sunday, November 20, 2011. To date they have raised more than 800,000 Baht and plan one final collection next Sunday, November 27 at the Sunday Walking Street Market. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Nest Reypens, center, hosted the Sorry About the Floods Party at Galae Thong Tower on Friday, November 18, 2011. He was joined by fellow residents and friends for the evening. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Dr. Chao Duanduang na Chiang Mai joined the grand opening of the new Giraffe Restaurant at the Chiang Mai Night Safari along with President of the Provincial Administration Organization Boonlert Buranupakorn and CEO of the Chiang Mai Night Safari Dr. Sarawut Srisakune along with other officials and staff members. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Night Safari)


K. Art is joined by the Royal Thai Army on the Sunday Walking Street Market to raise funds to purchase goods to deliver to flood victims in the South. This is third collection and raised 208,000 Baht this past Sunday. They have raised more than 600,000 Baht to date. Next Sunday, November 27 is the final Sunday to get down to the Walking Street Market and donate. The funds will be used to purchase goods and food for victims and the Army will help deliver. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Joyce Barnes celebrated her birthday at Miguels in Nong Hoi. She is seen here, front, with friends and Randi Egan, the owner of Miguels in Nong Hoi. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Mrs. Anne Jones won a gold necklace from the Chiang Mai Night Safari on November 12, 2011. The Chiang Mai Night Safari is awarding a gold chain to a lucky customer every week in honor of its 5th anniversary celebrations.


Thai rock duo Wasan received a warm welcome from Kantary Hills Chiang Mai General Manager Magrin Promyothi (center), when they stayed at the hotel for their “Khon Huajai Singh” concert at the 700th Anniversary Stadium in Chiang Mai.


Khun Art from GAP Guest House organised some of the best musicians and singers from Chiang Mai to busk on Sunday Walking Street with the Army helping collect money for the 'Flood Victims' of Thailand. OVER 90,000 BAHT WAS COLLECTED. This will continue for the next 3 Sundays (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Chiang Mai Friends hosted M.R. Saisawasdi Svasti Thomson (center holding flowers), the daughter of Mom Chao Supawat Wongsanit Sevasti, the leader of Free Thai Movement, United Kingdom, to their monthly meeting held at Centara Duang Tawan Hotel on October 26th, where she gave a talk on the Seri Thai or Free Thai movement. The evening was attended by Japanese Consul General Kazuo Shibata and British Honorary Consul (and son of the guest speaker) Ben Svasti Thomson. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


The Chiang Mai Night Safari joined forces with Pattaya’s Nong Nooch Tropical Botanic Gardens to create a garden exhibition for the upcoming Royal Flora Ratchaphruek. The Director General of Agriculture for the Ministry of Agriculture Jirakorn Gosaisawee travelled to Chiang Mai to open the garden. He was joined by Chiang Mai Governor ML Panadda Diskul, Dr. Kampon Tansacha, CEO of Nong Nooch Gardens, Thongchai Wongwaipanit, Sarawut Saetiew, President of Chiang Mai News and the Travel and Hotels Association for Chiang Mai and Dr. Sarawut Srisakune, the CEO of the Chiang Mai Night Safari in cutting the ribbon for the grand opening on November 1, 2011.


The Office of Public Relations, Chiang Mai Province held their 51st anniversary celebrationson October 31, 2011 and Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn and staff from the Chiang Mai Municipality offered their congratulations to the staff. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)



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