Make Chiangmai Mail | your Homepage | Bookmark

Chiangmai 's First English Language Newspaper

Pattaya Blatt | Pattaya Mail | Pattaya Mail TV

 Bridging the World to Chiang Mai

UPDATE  -  January, 2020


Home
Chiang Mai News
Thailand News
Business
Travel Tourism
Auto Mania
Arts - Entertainment World
Classical Connections
Book Review
Cartoons
Doctor's Consultation
Khun Ocha's Cookbook
Health & Wellbeing
Heart to Heart
Photography
Science & Technology
Daily Horoscope
About Us
Subscribe
Advertising Rates
Current Movies in
Chiangmai's Cinemas
Classifieds
Back Issues
Find out your Romantic Horoscope Now - Click Here!
Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern
 

Motorists urged to use Biodiesel to reduce smog

BANGKOK (TNA) -- The Department of Energy Business encourages Thai motorists to use biodiesel B10 and B20 that can help reduce smog by 3.5-25%.

  Continued


Business News

Exports to Middle East performing well

BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Commerce reports that the value of Thai goods exported to the Middle East has continued to grow for a second month at 2.9 percent, with health products being the most popular item. However, the ministry has suggested exporters carefully manage risks presented by exchange rate fluctuations.

  Continued


 Health & Wellbeing

Medical errors still harm too many people but there are glimpses of real change

(The Conversation) In late November 1999, a TV producer called me about an alarming report that 44,000 to 98,000 Americans were being killed each year by preventable errors in hospitals and another 1 million were being injured.

Could that be true? Based on my research, I replied, the estimate seemed low.

Continued

Travel Tourism

Chiang Mai - an ultimate Thailand d holidayplace for both backpackers and luxury tourists

(TAT) Chiang Maiprovince is in Northern Thailand. The Chiang Mai weather is always cooler than the rest of the country, with an average temperature of 25C throughout the year. The city has plethora of things to see and things to do. The beauty of the mountains, hill tribe villages, and botanical gardens attracts millions of tourists to Chiang Mai every year.

Continued 

 
 Automania

Some of the worst cars of the last 50 years

A friend of mine sent me an item about the 10 best cars in the past 50 years, and obviously there would be many different ideas from the enthusiasts. Unfortunately, for many people, they are only guessing, because just how many of the readers have actually driven a Porsche GT3, or even a Porsche Targa?

Continued

 Khun Ocha's Cookbook

Creamy Prawn Pasta

Pasta is always a good dish to prepare when entertaining.  A central large bowl with the special pasta spoon (you do have one?) can be used as a main course, or as an entree.  You can substitute the prawns with crab or even a white meat fish.  Do not overcook the prawns as it makes them rubbery.

  Continued

 
Book Review

17 stories inspired by great American paintings

Writers take their inspiration from a variety of sources: an unforgettable face, overheard conversation or perhaps, a painting.

  Continued

 SNAP SHOTS

How not to miss great shots

Good shots, and even great shots, can appear any time. If you are not going to miss the chance of a lifetime, the first tip is to make sure you have a camera with you, or, and I used to struggle to say it – a high quality smartphone! However, having just purchased a smarter than me phone, the new ones are very sharp, but they are not quite as capable as a good DSLR system.

Continued

 
Classical Connections

A Time and a Plaice

The other day I made a list of pieces of classical music inspired by fish. Yes, it’s sad, I know. Here we are in one of South East Asia’s most vibrant cities and I am sitting at home making lists of music about fish. I really must get out more often. As it turned out, the list wasn’t exceptionally long, perhaps because few composers find fish suitably inspiring.

   Continued

  Odds & Ends

Whoo’s there? Georgia family discovers owl in Christmas tree

Atlanta (AP) — A Georgia family got a real hoot from its Christmas tree: More than a week after they bought it, they discovered a live owl nestled among its branches. Katie McBride Newman said Friday that she and her daughter spotted the bird on Dec. 12. They had bought the 10-foot (3-meter) tall tree from a Home Depot, brought it back to their Atlanta area home and decorated it with lights and, coincidentally, owl ornaments. “It was surreal, but we weren’t really freaked out about it,” McBride Newman said. “We’re really outdoorsy people. We love the wilderness.

Continued

Heart to Heart  

Dear Hillary,

I have a real problem with my live-in GF and it is the demon drink again. I know Thais don’t hold their liqueur very well, but this one is gone off her face after two beers. That could be OK but she gets all “teary” and goes back to every time we’ve had a problem, or the guy before me, even. I say the past is the past, but she can’t hold her emotions. This then means no nooky for me that night. Have you any ideas what I can do to get her over this? It has become quiet (sic) tiresome

Garry.

Continued

News Update on facebook   

Stay updated on current situation in Chiang Mai - Follow us on Facebook & Twitter

Follow us on Facebook    Follow us on Twitter

Arts - Entertainment

Film Review:‘Rise of Skywalker’ is a sour end to a grand saga

  

From left, Joonas Suotamo as Chewbacca, Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, Daisy Ridley as Rey and John Boyega as Finn in a scene from “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.” (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. via AP)

Not much has caused a disturbance in the “Star Wars” galaxy quite like Rian Johnson’s “The Last Jedi,” an erratic but electric movie that, regardless of how you felt about it, was something worth arguing about. The same can’t be said for J. J. Abrams’ “Rise of Skywalker,” a scattershot, impatiently paced, fan-servicing finale that repurposes so much of what came before that it feels as though someone searching for the hyperspace button accidentally pressed the spin cycle instead.

Continued 

Cartoons

 

Continued

Science & Technology

Thousands in Asia marvel at ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse

 

Banda Aceh, Indonesia (AP) — People along a swath of southern Asia gazed at the sky in marvel on Thursday, Dec. 26, at a “ring of fire” solar eclipse.

Continued


Loading...
 

Chiangmai Mail Publishing Co. Ltd.
189/22 Moo 5, T. Sansai Noi, A. Sansai, Chiang Mai 50210
THAILAND
Tel. 053 852 557, Fax. 053 014 195
Editor: 087 184 8508
E-mail: [email protected]
www.chiangmai-mail.com
Administration: [email protected]
Website & Newsletter Advertising: [email protected]

Copyright 2004 Chiangmai Mail. All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.