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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Heavy rain causes soggy beginning for the annual vegetarian festival

Naklua market submerged in floodwaters

It certainly did rain on this parade, but this only somewhat dampened the spirits of the hundreds of people of Chinese descent who braved a torrential downpour to celebrate the beginning of the annual Vegetarian Festival in Naklua. However, devastating floods at Naklua Market caused financial chaos for venders.

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More lighting proposed for Beach Road in attempt to get rid of the ‘ghosts under the palm trees’

Spotlighting hookers may reduce illegal activities

At the monthly city council meeting, debates sparked over whether or not to increase lighting on Pattaya Beach Road to chase away the menacing ‘women of the second category’, streetwalkers and reduce potential crime.

Mayor Pairat Suthithamrongsawat stressed, “City management takes seriously Pattaya’s image and people’s perception of the city. One of our many concerns is to clean up Beach Road, but numerous schemes to accomplish this have failed, particularly on the issue of streetwalkers and ‘katoeys’ plying their sexual services in the shadows along the popular strip.”

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NEWS

Pattaya Culture Committee drives home need for better standards to protect the youth from the evils of alcohol and nicotine


OUR COMMUNITY

Dr. Ron Schultz heads International School Eastern Seaboard

The International School Eastern Seaboard, Thailand, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ronald Schultz as school superintendent. “After an exhaustive search and interview process we are pleased that Dr. Schultz will lead the growth and development of our school in the future,” said school CFO Charlie Chuvapituck.

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FEATURES

Bruno’s 7th anniversary dinner marks the end of an era

There was an aura of closing an era when the packed house at Bruno’s Restaurant came to celebrate the 7th anniversary of this Pattaya icon in the culinary field, and the final anniversary at the North Pattaya address. However, when the feast was over, everyone in the room left looking forward to trying out the new Bruno’s Restaurant, opening in Jomtien on October 15.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Accepting the Trade Exhibition Association (Thai) Award on behalf of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort and PEACH (Pattaya Exhibition and Convention Hall) was Srisakun Footrakul (front right), sales manager of conventions and exhibitions. The award was presented by TEA President Charnchai Svangsopakul (front center) together with Wilaiporn Liewkasemsarn (front left), deputy secretary gesneral of the National Economic and Social Development Board.

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SPORTS

Caf้ Kronborg moves into fourth place behind Kran’s great 627 series

Captain Kran led her Caf้ Kronborg team to a three point win over first place VFW Post 9876 with games of 201, 194, 232 for a 627 series, the best of the league.

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