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Three districts account for 90 percent of poppy cultivation in Thailand

 The Commander of Army Region 3 Lt. Gen. Somsak Ninbanjerdkul reports that three districts, two in Tak and Om Koi in Chiang Mai, account for 90 percent of all poppy cultivation in Thailand.

Nopniwat Krailerg

Third Regional Army Commander Lt. Gen. Somsak Ninbanjerdkul spoke at a meeting on poppy cultivation in the North noting that three Northern districts, including one in Chiang Mai, account for 90 per cent of all poppy grown in the North.

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Community Enterprise members file complaint against Night Safari

The local organization providing meat and meat products to the Chiang Mai Night Safari filed a complaint with the Governor’s Office after the Night Safari cancelled orders from them citing lack of supplies and price.

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Governor visits flood victims in Mae On
Police seize over 200 million in property from drug traffickers in ten provinces
Campaign against use of rhino horns and elephant tusks on September 24
2016 Cancer Care Charity Run By Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai on Saturday November 5
Chiang Mai readies to host the 2nd World Irrigation Forum in November

  DINING OUT  
 
A Meat-Lover’s Paradise At Kantary Hills Hotel

Although it is situated near the bustling Nimmanhaemin Road (at 44, 44/1-2 Soi 12 Nimmanhaemin Road/ tel. 053 222 111), the Kantary Hills Hotel offers a fairly secluded setting, because it is set back off a quiet soi.

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Khun Ocha's Cookbook>>

British Bread and Butter Pudding


Hot Avocado Dogs for Kids


Golden Fried Prawns


Tom Yam Talay


 

 Travel - Tourism
 
TAT installs signs for Chinese tourists on appropriate cultural behavior

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has installed instruction signs for Chinese tourists in regards to cultural behavior at attractions in Chiang Mai..
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TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

TAT hosts Expat Fair Thailand 2016 in Bangkok


Travel by train to enjoy the culture of the North


New app “Pin Carve” introduced in three languages for tourists


 

 

  Business
 
Chiang Mai businesses sign MOU with Yiwu Market in China

Surapol Kieatchaiyakorn, Watchara Tantranont and Prakob Pornprasitkul – of C.M.V.Intertrade Co., Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Gong Xian and other executives of the Yiwu International Land Port Group and Chinese officials to export agricultural and consumer products to Zhejiang Province..
 
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Classical Connections >>

Despite the ornithological theme, I have to admit that I’m not much good at recognising birds, even though my father could spot a great crested grebe at two hundred yards. 

Larking around

The Challenges of Walking On Nimmanhaeman Road

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Is a horse race a sound market indicator? Part 1

Chart 1 - Source: ETF.com & S&P.

Continued

Is a horse race a sound market indicator? Part 2

The beginning of the end of Austerity? Let’s hope so

 

 

 


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