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Update Vol. Vol. X No.6 June 1 - June 30, 2012


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Army prepares sandbags for rainy season

As part of the flood prevention program soldiers from the 33rd Military Circle and Kawila Army Camps prepared sandbags along the lower parts of the Ping River this past week. The sandbags are being placed along the river to prevent overflow flooding in case of heavy rains. The bags will be aid at the lowest levels around Nawarat Bridge. The Army has set up a support center in case of flooding. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)

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Child Development center continues to grow

Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn visited the Child Development Center which was recently set up to provide pre-school and kindergarten services for Chiang Mai children.

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More Travel >>

Bangkok Air partners with the Chedi Chiang Mai 


Mae Sariang becomes a hot cake in Thailand’s North 
Delegates of World Economic Forum 2012 to Discuss the Future of Thai Tourism
United partners with ANA 

  FEATURES  
 
Art Relief International at the Chiang Mai Friends

The Chiang Mai Friends held their monthly meeting at the Steak House by JJ Market on Wednesday, May 30 where the small crowd heard an inspiring presentation by two very enthusiastic women from Art Relief International/Cultural Canvas.

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FEATURES >>

North Gate celebrates 5 years 


5th Annual Cancer Care Run   
 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Young photographer exhibits at Sangdee Gallery

James Mitchell, a young English man from the Devon coast launched his exhibition of photographs at Sangdee Gallery on Tuesday, June 12, 2012.

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Education >>

Rajaprajanugroh Foundation donates school supplies to Mae Cham 


FERC Scholarships to Hang Dong children 
Innovative Information Technology Symposium at Payap 
  Around Town
 

On May 25, 2012 Furama Hotels International (FHI) led by Mr. Jason Peck, CEO-FHI, organized the first annual Furama Futsal Cup 2012 (Asia Pacific Tournament) at Sky Kick Arena Bangna,

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Funny pics from around Chiang Mai

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Blood drive at Majaraj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital 


Sansai police arrest monk and fake nun in charity collection scheme 
Convention center reaches 85 percent completion


 

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