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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Hmong locals join in mourning HM the King

Hmong villagers were joined by Mae Rim residents in honoring His Majesty the King and mourning his loss on October 27, 2016.

Nopniwat Krailerg

Members of the Hmong hill tribes were joined by Mae Rim residents at the Mae Rim District Office on October 27, 2016 to hold a ceremony mourning His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

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People queue for limited edition banknotes

Many people queued for hours at the Krung Thai Bank Kuang Singh Branch in Chiang Mai for the first day to obtain commemorative 100 baht notes of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej issued to celebrate his 7th cycle birthday in 2011.

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Chiang Mai Peace and Order Council meets with heads of government sections
Region 5 Police meet with Chiang Mai press
U.S. Consular services to resume Tuesday November 1
City Hall readies for Royal Project Exhibition from October 26 to January 20
Mae Chaem choral group wins top prize in 1st Lanna International Choir Competition

  DINING OUT  
 
A taste of Europe in the heart of the Night Bazaar

The monthly meetings of Chiang Mai’s Expatriate association take place these days at the downtown Le Meridien Chiang Mai Hotel, so many readers will be familiar at least with the stylish function halls of that place.

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Khun Ocha's Cookbook>>

Chicken from Jamaica


Cajun Chicken Sandwich


Thai Pumpkin Soup


Wiener Schnitzel


 

 Travel - Tourism
 
Baan Dam Museum in Chiang Rai to collect entrance fees

The famed Baan Dam Museum in Chiang Rai will begin collecting entrance fees from December 1, 2016 as the increasing numbers of tourists has seen growing maintenance costs.
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TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai unveils Rim Tai Kitchen Cooking Studio and Restaurant


Chiang Mai Airport welcomes Golden Week travelers


Take a walk in the hills and discover Nong Hoi


 

 

  Business
 
Seminar on hotel investment to be held October 15 by Modern Property

The booming hotel business in Chiang Mai will be the topic if a seminar to be held on October 15 by Modern Property Consultant Co. Ltd the Managing Director, Wasan Kongjan, announced recently. 
 
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Classical Connections >>

When people think about Czech classical music, one composer tends to spring to mind.  He’s the one who wrote the so-called New World Symphony.  He was also famous for Songs my Mother Taught Me and a suite of seven piano pieces which he called Humoresques.  

It’s Czech, mate!

The Challenges of Walking On Nimmanhaeman Road

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Social Scene

The British Chamber of Commerce welcomed new British Ambassador Brian Davidson (2nd right) at a dinner party held at the Eastin Tan Hotel on October 5, 2016. Here the Ambassador is joined by Japanese Consul General Shinya Aoki, British Honorary Consul Ben Svasti Thomson (2nd left) and resident British citizen Paul Surtees at the event.

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