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UPDATE - March, 2015

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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Poy Sang Long begins March 27

The colorful Shan or Tai Yai ordination festival for young novice monks will be held this year on March 27 and April 3, 2015 (File photo)

The colorful traditional Shan or Tai Yai festival called Poy Sang Long begins March 27 at Wat Ku Tao behind the Municipal Stadium and at Wat Pa Pao on Manee Noparat Road from April 4 -6, 2015.

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Thunderstorms bring flooded roads, clean air

Late afternoon thunderstorms on Monday, March 23 and Tuesday, March 24 brought localized heavy rains, winds, some flooded roads but cleared the smoke and smog from Chiang Mai’s skies.

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Rotary Clubs unite to provide water system
Candle ceremony and fireworks in honor of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s 60th birthday
TAT Chiang Mai opens new office on the river
Earth Hour to be held March 28 at 8:30 p.m.
Philippine Honorary Consulate develop educational cooperation with Maejo University

Elephants feast on National Elephant Day

The beloved and magnificent elephants were feted and feasted on Thailand’s National Elephant Day on March 13, 2015 at Mae Sa Elephant Camp in Mae Rim. The Chiang Mai Provincial Office and the Tour Guides Association worked together to organize the feast under the concept of “The Everlasting Thai Elephants”.

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Quirky Pics >>

Jonathan saw this in Hua Hin but noted it could really be anywhere!

Young Southeast Asian student leaders join forum at the U.S. Consulate

The U.S. Consulate General in Chiang Mai hosted the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Open House: Chiang Mai Forum on Friday, February 27, 2015 with 100 student leaders from eight educational institutions including Chiang Mai University, Payap University, Mae Jo University, other higher education institutes in Chiang Mai.

Travel - Tourism >>

Asian visitors lead strong Thai tourism comeback in January 2015

TAT and AirAsia introduce Discover Thainess aircraft and promotions

Care for Dogs >>

Could you be Boon Chuay’s second chance hero?
Buak Krok Noi win 16th Sixes Sawasdee Cup

The build-up to the 28th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes continued as eight schools teams took part in the 16th Sixes Sawasdee Cup at Prem International School and it was Buak Krok Noi School from Chiang Mai who were victorious to crown a very successful year in softball cricket for the school.

Arts - Entertainment >>

Austin Bush, an American photographer who first came to Chiang Mai in 1999 as part of a program hosted by Chiang Mai University, launched his exhibition titled ‘Ancient Roots,

Northern food the focus of photo exhibit at Tamarind Village

A trip to Phayao
Compost don’t burn!

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General Manager of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Titiya Chooto with members of the Chamber Music Quartet led by Tassana Nagajavira (far left) at the end of the concert. Funds raised from the performance will be donated to the Chiang Mai Provincial Red Cross in this annual concert.





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