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Smoke in San Kamphaeng

Dear Editor,
Please find attached the photo of my neighbors burning in my San Kamphaeng neighborhood in response to your request for photos of fires in Chiang Mai.

Rubbish from hospitals in the public

Dear Editor
Late morning on February 14th a friend noticed some waste paper blowing around at the gate of his business premises on New Sankampaeng Road.
Being a diligent chap, concerned about appearances, he walked to the gate and picked it up.
Imagine his shock when he saw it was 5 or 6 pages of computer print out - listing very many hospital patients and their illnesses!
The names - and addresses - were in Thai and the medical complaints were in English. While this may have all been very dated, one can imagine many horrors that might arise from this. Blackmail attempts at people with certain unsociable diseases spring to mind.
The name of the hospital did not appear, and we could not think of a single one in that area.
But perhaps any responsible hospital people reading this might take action to ensure a slip up like this doesn't happen again?
Bill Sykes

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Smoke in San Kamphaeng

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