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Chiang Mai hosts three big events to honor HM King Bhumibol on his birthday

Chiang Mai Governor Pawin Chamniprasart was joined by government officials, military officers and many others in offering food to monks at Royal Park Rajapruek.

Nopniwat Krailerg

Three major events were held on December 5, 2016 to mark His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s birth; the first took place at Royal Park Rajapruek at 7 a.m. where the Governor was joined by many officials and officers, visitors and members of the public in an offerings ceremony to present food to 199 monks.


Missing plane likely crashed into Alaska lake, officials say

In this May 4, 2005 file photo, Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Fairbanks debates an amendment to a retirement bill on the floor of the House of Representatives at the Capitol Building in Juneau, Alaska.


 Chiang Mai News

Chiang Mai Zoo joins Region 5 police to help farmers

As part of efforts to assist farmers hit hard by the low price of rice the Chiang mai Zoo is joining the Region 5 Police in distributing rice from the Agricultural Co-operative.


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Today in History

Large crowds to celebrate S. Korean president's impeachment

John Glenn, astronaut and senator, to lie in state in Ohio



Money Expo sees over 13 billion baht in financial transactions

The 11th Chiang Mai Money Expo was held at Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport on November 18 - 20, 2016 and according to the Chairman of the event, Santi Wiriyarungsarit, more than 13 billion baht exchanged hands in various financial transactions including home loans, and other investment services.



Payap University holds 39th annual commencement ceremony

Payap University held their 39th annual commencement ceremony at the Saitharntham Arena at Payap University, Mae Khao Campus on Saturday, November 12, 2016.



Mazuzu design secured

Current Mazda BT-50.

Mazda and Isuzu have set guidelines for the next generation of Mazda’s BT-50 pick-up.
After many years of association with Ford at the Auto Alliance manufacturing plant on our Eastern Seaboard,



Follow in His Majesty’s footsteps with a new TAT travel guide

The Tourism Authority of Thailand has launched a new guide book that follows His Majesty the King’s travels around Thailand.


 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.


 World Sports

David Warner stars in Australia’s win over New Zealand

Melbourne, Australia (AP) —David Warner scored 156 on Friday to lead Australia to a 117-run win over New Zealand and a three-match sweep of the one-day international series.


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Park chief asks for cooperation from tourists

Bestlin Group says NGV buses acquired legally

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Film Review: Set sail with the spirited, familiar ‘Moana’


Los Angeles (AP) - Stop me if this sounds familiar: A Disney animation film about a bright and spirited young woman who feels stifled by outmoded expectations and dreams of exploring beyond the confines of her home. 


Zemeckis hopes glamour, intrigue will draw ‘Allied’ audience


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Get ready to build! Hands-on toys that teach are hot


New York (AP) - Toys that teach aren’t a new thing, but a growing number are calling for kids to build with blocks, circuits or everyday items before reaching for a tablet screen.


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Hunt on for spelling-challenged bank robber in Massachusetts
Ohio cops: Woman offered to sell sex for $60 and some nachos

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