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Chiang Mai China Town Festival starts February 7

President of the Provincial Administration Organization Boonlert Buranupakorn, (2nd right) is joined by Head of the TAT Chiang Mai Wisoot Buachum (far right), Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn (2nd left) and a representative of the Thai – Chinese Business Association at the press conference at the Jaow Kuan Ooo Shrine.

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The 14th annual Chiang Mai China Town Festival will be held on February 7 – 9, 2016 on Kaungmeru Road and Witchayanon Roads it was announced recently at a press conference at the Jaow Kuan Ooo Shrine in Kad Luang.


Monkey Year inspires kung fu, predictions of fire, disease

(Chinatopix via AP)


 Chiang Mai News

Chiang Mai honors veterans on Veteran’s Day

Thailand’s veterans were honored on February 3, 2016 by Maj. Gen. Kosol Pathumchart, Commander of Army Circle 33 and Deputy Governor Phuthipong Sirimarth who presided over ceremonies on Veteran’s Day.


World News

Woody Harrelson applies for Hawaii marijuana dispensary
Starving sea lion found in San Diego, California, restaurant

The Strangelove Suite: Northern Ireland sells nuclear bunker

 Arts for Chiang Mai

F/28 Photography Festival fills the city with exhibition in February

The 3rd annual F/28 Photography Festival will be held around the city this February. Brought to the public by Documentary Arts Asia in partnership with our main venue, Old Chiangmai Cultural Center and UNG photo gallery and print studio.



CASC Education Fair opens at Central Festival

Krit Thanawanit (4th left), Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai was the guest of honor and chairperson during the opening of the CASC Education Fair 2016 at Central Festival Chiang Mai.


 Science & Nature

All the winter’s a weird weather stage; here are the players

Washington (AP) - Get ready for weather whiplash as powerful climatic forces elbow each other for starring roles in a weird winter show.


You can set up your smart home now - if you’re tenacious

New York (AP) - A fully automated home is still years away, but the building blocks are already here: the phone that turns on the coffee maker from the bedroom,


 Arts - Entertainment - World

Film Review: ‘Steve Jobs’ plays man versus machine

Los Angeles (AP) - When is someone going to open a window in Aaron Sorkin’s “Steve Jobs”? Alas, wrong operating system.


 World Sports

Els moves into contention in Dubai; McIlroy just makes cut

Dubai, UAE (AP) - Ernie Els surged into contention Friday at the Dubai Desert Classic, while Rory McIlroy struggled just to make the cut.


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Health Ministry: Zika virus outbreak unlikely in Thailand

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Fishing license to require background checks
DSI seizes 11 plots of land in Kanchanaburi


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Mormon Meteor wins again!

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Crocodile takes morning dip in Florida Keys swimming pool

(Lieutenant David Carey/Monroe County Sheriff’s Office via AP)


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