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Update by Thanaphon Paewsoongnern
 

Chiang Mai International Airport opens new parking garage

The new modern parking garage at Chiang Mai International Airport is fully equipped with state of the art security and parking systems.

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Thailand News

‘Visit Thailand, I Miss You’ campaign to win prizes over 10 million baht

Don’t miss out on these extraordinary promotions. First come, first served!

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 Travel tourism

Tourism operators in Trang, southern Thailand, ready for high season

The Tourism Authority of Thailand, Trang office and local tourism network are ready to welcome tourists in the start of high season for marine tourism in October.

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Business News

Thai GDP to fall by 8.3% this year

The World Bank warns that the Thai economy can shrink by 8.3% this year and may take nearly three years to recover.

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 Cartoons

September 2020

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 Coins of the Realm

Lucky Prizes for Banknotes with Lucky Numbers

The most expensive solid and lucky banknotes sold for 490,000 Baht and had a starting price of 380,000 Baht. It was a 5 Baht Second Series Type II dated 1st July 1934 during the reign of King Prajadhipok, Rama VII. The banknote has the super solid prefix and number K/7 77777.

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Doctor's Consultation

Remembering how to spell Alzheimer’s Disease!

If the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease come about because the ‘electrical’ wiring in the brain gets tangled, then there should be a way of untangling, should there not? After all, look at the telephone wires in Asia. They just leave them tangled and run a new set! So, is the answer to ‘senior moments’ re-wiring? 

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 SNAP SHOTS

Snaps or art?

There is nothing wrong with taking snapshots.  Firing away with your DSLR or point and shooter is something like Russian roulette.  You might get lucky, or on the other hand …

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Classical Connections     Wine World

Job for the Boys

King’s College, England.

If you do a search for “boy choir” on YouTube and trawl through the countless videos that appear, you might be surprised to see the vast number of boy choirs that exist. It might also surprise you, as it did me, to see that huge numbers of them apparently exist to perform popular music and little else. There are endless boy choir versions of pop songs, folk songs, gospel songs, Christmas carols and music from shows and movies.

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A Sense of Place

The novel design of the Marqués de Riscal hotel.

Yesterday afternoon I was looking through a newsletter from a wine company in Bangkok and I was mildly surprised to see some Rioja among their offerings. You might not be familiar with the name and I have to admit you don’t see them around here very often. For many people, the name itself is a bit of a challenge. Being Spanish, the “j” is pronounced like the “ch” in the Scottish word “loch” or a bit like the “ch” that occurs in many German words.

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Heart to Heart  

Facebook fidelity

Dear Hillary,

My girlfriend has joined Facebook and now has to reply to about 50 emails a day which means that the housework falls behind every day. I don’t mind her having a hobby as it is good for women to have an outside interest ...

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Science & Technology

NASA's Chandra opens treasure trove of cosmic delights

Humanity has "eyes" that can detect all different types of light through telescopes around the globe and a fleet of observatories in space. From radio waves to gamma rays, this "multiwavelength" approach to astronomy is crucial to getting a complete understanding of objects in space.

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