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Vol.XXI. No.7
Friday February 15 - February 21, 2013
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Kung Hei Fat Choi

The dragon makes an appearance atop Pratamnak Hill on Chinese New Year.

Tributes to gods and ancestors were made across the region as Thai-Chinese residents welcomed in the Year of the Snake.

Continued


S.O.S. Rice 2012 campaign raises 13 tons, 1.8 million baht for Father Ray Foundation

The Father Ray Foundation raised nearly 13 tons of rice and more than 1.7 million baht during its S.O.S. Rice 2012 campaign.
Continued

 

More News >>

Convicted pickpocket jailed for lifting wallets again
Banglamung police ring up convenience-store robbery gang suspects 
2 Brits arrested for fake ATM card production, use 
20 visiting students, teachers suffer food poisoning
Rayong prison raid recovers knives,but no drugs or telephones 
Construction worker scoops snake in South Pattaya 
Brit arrested, Thai in coma after Sukhumvit crash in Plutaluang11
Chaimongkol Temple opens statue of first abbot
HRH Princess Chulabhorn awards top Thai chemistry prizes

Strike halts Chevy production at General Motors Thailand Rayong factory

Four fishing boats sank when a thunderstorm blew through Sattahip Bay.

Continued

 
Brendan Daly appointed general manager at Amari Orchid Pattaya

Amari Orchid Pattaya has recently appointed Brendan Daly to the position of general manager. An Australian with over 21 years of experience in the hospitality industry, he has been working in Thailand for 6 years and most recently as opening general manager of the Aloft Bangkok.
Continued

More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Centara becomes first 5-star hotel in Pattaya to stage night fire evacuation drill


Thai tourism arrivals cross 22 million mark in 2012
 
Orbit Group gathers at Royal Cliff Hotels Group

From January 16 - 24, Royal Cliff Hotels Group was the venue of choice for the Orbit Group’s gathering of 403 top sales agents and sales personnel, making it one of the largest Russian MICE incentive groups in Thailand.

Continued

More Our community >>

Sports celebrities promoting Thai charities 


Thai celebs attend Hotel G ‘white party’  
PILC holds AGM, elects new president & committee  
 
IB makes special visit

IB students from Garden International School (GIS) have been helping out at a special school. They managed to raise enough money through various activities to buy a trampoline for the children.
 
Continued

Our Children >>

Local schools join Regent’s School Pattaya for sports and fun
A piece of pizza helps others
Another zoo-per school trip by GIS  
An exciting start to the year at Regent’s School Pattaya  
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Café Kronborg remains in first place after winning three points from the Blind team. Leen Schaap bowled a 219 game and 524 series for Kronborg.
  Continued

More Sports >>

Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
John Keppler Cider Pool League


Pattaya 9-Ball Pool LeaguePool League
Jomtien 8-Ball Pool League
Pattaya 8-Ball Monday Pool League
 
More French film classics this weekend

The French Film Festival at the dusitD2 baraquda pattaya hotel continues with two more much-loved cinematic releases from France. On Friday, Feb. 15 there will be a showing of the movie “Two days in Paris” followed on Saturday evening with a screening of “La fille de Monaco” A brief synopsis of both films can be found here.

Continued

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Not happy about the change in date  
Burapha Pattaya bike week moved 

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