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Vol.XXI. No.41
Friday October 11 - October  17, 2013
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Pattaya Vegetarian Festival gets underway with parades and thrilling performances

Pattaya began this year’s version of the annual Vegetarian Festival with a parade from Bali Hai to Banglamung, as well as cooking up a giant vegetable dish to serve thousands. Also on tap were lions and dragons, Chinese acrobatics, and the always exciting performance by the Eng Kor fighting team (shown here), which is made up of 108 “bandit warriors” from Chumjon Lien San Pong, Shandong province.

Continued


Produce prices soar before Pattaya Vegetarian Festival

Whether due to flooding or just price gouging by opportunistic merchants, those attending this year’s Pattaya Vegetarian Festival will be paying more for their vegetables.
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Waterlogged Soi Wat Boon hit again by floods
World Food Day - can you help?
More floods, more talk from city hall
Another safety meeting follows another tourist speedboat death
Pattaya recycling center owner injured after falling asleep behind wheel
Motorbike taxi driver busted for drug dealing
Beach Road hookers pickpocket German tourist
Craftsman suffering asthma attacked dumped by coworker on roadside dies
Sattahip police capture 10 illegal laborers, arrest Thai foreman
Indian parasailer becomes 4th foreign tourist killed by Pattaya speedboats in 2013

Area politicians welcome new Region 2 police chief

Area political leaders welcomed Lt. Gen. Kawee Suphanant to Pattaya as he takes over as the head of the Royal Thai Police for Region 2.

Continued

 

Life at 33 1/3:Masters of tongue-in-cheek

If you check Youtube it’s easy to understand why the core fans of AC/DC prefer the Bon Scott-line up. The guy radiates loads of charisma, sports a torso that made the girls drool
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More Our community>>

Helping Tourist Police to do their jobs


Holiday Inn Pattaya turns four
TFI teams up with Rotary to help local families
 

Partial US gov’t shutdown to impact Thailand only slightly

The partial US government shutdown will have only a slight impact on the Thai economy while the US decision on its debt ceiling, scheduled for October 17, should be closely monitored, a senior Finance Ministry official said.

Continued

More BUSINESS >>

Seven factories forced to temporarily close due to floods


Thai consumer confidence nosedives to lowest in 11 months
Bt40 bln+ expected to circulate during vegetarian festival
 

GIS makes a point on World Punctuation Day

Garden International School (GIS) students mastered brackets, colons and commas on World Punctuation Day.

Continued

Our Children >>

GIS Marks Roald Dahl Day in Style


GIS celebrates World Peace Day
‘Real Deal’ coaches join Regent’s School
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Brother D moved into first place, based on total pins, after winning three points from Bavaria who dropped from fifth to sixth place. Antero Ronkainen led Brother D with a 201 game, 559 series and David Shaw had a 516.

Continued

More Sports >>
WKD Tuesday Darts League
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League


Crumpton Oaks Dry Cider Wednesday Darts League
Legends Wednesday 9-Ball Pool League
British Bar Snacks Friday Pool League
 

Pierre Andre Pelletier (left), GM of the Amari Watergate Bangkok, proudly receives the Award for Outstanding Performance for City Hotel Tourist Accommodation from H.E. Somsak Pureesrisak
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