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Vol. XIII No.7 - Sunday April 6, 2014 - Saturday April 19, 2014


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Cycle and Walk!

The Municipality is launching a program to encourage non-motorized transport in the city and will be adding more bicycle routes to encourage people to make the switch from their cars to bicycles.

The Chiang Mai Municipality launched a project to open new bicycle routes and to promote walking and cycling and other non-motorized means of transportation including trishaws on March 23, 2014 at Three Kings Monument. The project will open more public areas, add bicycle routes and promote non-motorized means of transportation around the city as part of a project in cooperation with the Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, World Bank and the Global Environment Facility to promote Sustainable Transport in Muang Chiang Mai.

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Royal Rainmaking works to combat smog and drought

The planes of the Northern Royal Rainmaking Center took to the skies starting on March 1 as part of the annual plan to seed clouds and increase moisture to fight smog created by smoke and burning and to combat drought conditions in the North.

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Public holidays in April
Governor concerned that media reports will drive tourists away
City tackles Chinese tourist problem with guidebook
Government sprays water in a bid to reduce haze in the city
Emergency training session at the Airport
Worship ceremony for Lanna Kings preserves local traditions
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Fireworks fill the sky as the Cricket comes to town

Once again River Market played host to a horde of hungry cricket players on Saturday, March 29, 2014 as the teams of the 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes filled the city.

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Ron’s eagle eye saw this at the Chiang Mai International Airport recently. Hope our visitors can understand!

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Readers theatre at Food4Thought

Looking for a fun night out? Or perhaps for something to jazz up your next social event or meeting? Something a little different, out of the norm? Would you like it to make you laugh while it fills your belly with nourishing and delicious food?
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Over the rainbow; Finian’s Rainbow


CMU Engineering students win in National Software Contest
Students receive musical instruments thanks to Shangri La Hotel
Maejo University Aggie Fair successful thanks to media

 

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Traidhos tennis student takes 2nd place in Toyota Master Cup U14

The early mornings of hitting balls and the long evenings of technique practice were rewarded when Grade 7 scholarship student Thammarat, participated in the Toyota Master Cup U14 Division held in Bangkok from March 17-19.
 
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Caretaker PM sends blessings to Thais on Thai traditional New Year of Songkran

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Democrats want live broadcast for election preparations dialogue


Call for Thai senior statesman to help resolve political stalemate
Seven suspected drug dealers killed in clash with authorities in Chiang Rai

 

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Major push underway to promote Thailand’s OTOP merchandise

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Revenue Dept wants to keep 7% VAT until next year


Thailand asserts economic strength at World Bank forum

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Climbing in Krabi reaches new heights at “Krabi Rock & Fire International Contest”

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TAT Hat Yai Office organising vibrant tourism activities throughout summer 2014


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