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Situation update for tourists in Bangkok

Erawan Shrine in Bangkok has seen worshipers and tourists return to pay their respects after the bomb blast on August 17, 2015.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to report that in the wake of Monday’s incident at Ratchaprasong’s Erawan Shrine, tourist events and activities are continuing as normal in the city with Bangkok’s most popular attractions and shopping districts still thronging with visitors enjoying the wide range of attractions on offer.

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New Walking Street Market debuts on Nimmanhaemin Soi 8

A new Walking Street Market titled Kad Lang Nimman Soi 8 was launched on August 21, 2015 by Pongsatorn Thongyu, the owner of the large parking lot where the new market is located. Kad Luang Soi 8 will be held every Friday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will have vendors selling food and drinks, crafts, souvenirs and other items.

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Chiang Mai locals condemn Bangkok attacks
Bike for Mom sets World Record
New 1000 baht banknote has features for the blind
Donation Center for Myanmar flood victims at City Hall
Minister M.L. Panadda Diskul visits flood warning system project in Hang Dong

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Chiang Mai International Rotary Club holds Community Service with a Smile dinner

The Chiang Mai International Rotary Club invited the members of Rotary clubs around Chiang Mai, friends of the club and members of the public to their first Community Service with a Smile dinner held at the beautiful Khaomao – Khaofang Restaurant on Saturday, August 15, 2015.

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Chiang Mai residents urged to join Charity Midnight Run in Bangkok


 Travel - Tourism
 
Chiang Mai to see rise in Chinese tourists for China’s National Day celebrations

The first week of October is called Golden Week in China and Chiang Mai is expecting to reach 90 percent occupancy rates during that period.
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Life at 33 1/3 >>

ELO: Close to perfection


Before the Boss, there was Manfred
  Arts - Entertainment
 
Korean Pianist Min Jung Baek to perform in Chiang Mai

Talented Korean pianist Min Jung Baek will be performing at the AUA Language Center Auditorium on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Presented by D & M Studios. The young pianist will perform Bach, Scarlatti, Chopin and Liszt.
 
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Classical Connections >>

The other night, having nothing much to do, I was looking through the orchestral score of Tchaikovsky’s Sixth Symphony – his last one.  He died only nine days after its first performance and the end of the symphony too literally fades away to complete silence.  

The Sound of Silence

A correction on my previous letter
Take the time to go to Immigration

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China is playing the markets, but what’s it all about?

Chart 1 - Source: Financial Times.

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Fed Interest Rate: no rise, no decision, no surprise

Stock market crash emphasizes need to reassess approach… unless you already had it right!

 

 

 


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