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Vol. XVI No. 8 Friday
February 22 - February 28, 2008
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Beach Road power lines will be underground by middle of year
Soon, above ground power lines in the area of the beach
be a thing of the past, as all are going underground.
continued | More News
Senate election campaign off to a feeble start
The campaign to elect a senator for Chonburi on March 2 has got off to a poor
start, with not enough information being readily available on the various
candidates and some of them lacking even in posters.
Consequently, despite the brief time left before voters go to the polls, many
people have yet to make up their minds who they are going to vote for.
The regulations governing the campaign have been changed considerably since the
previous senate elections. Candidates are able to use the mass media, but they
cannot stage entertainment or performances. Local government organizations
decide on the locations for the campaign posters, and this appears to have
created a disparity, with some candidates not having any posters displayed in
the selected areas.
continued | More News
Boat under charge of drunken captain sinks in Pattaya Bay
Elvis is alive
Elvis is alive! This was especially true on Saturday
January 19 at the Vientiane Restaurant at the Elvis Extravaganza 2008
organised by the Rotary Club of Pattaya in aid of the Mercy Center.
continued | More Community
On the road again
Andrea and Roland Sonderegger from Austria’s western state of
Vorarlberg were the two guest speakers at the Rotary Club of Phönix
Pattaya (Provisionary Club) club night held on January 29 at the
Montien. They brought along their young son Christoph, aged seven
months, who was neither born nor planned when the married couple started
a journey around half of the globe in June 2006. Here is their story.
Continued | More features
Asian University Department of Multimedia: Visiting Artist Series: Luce Goutelle
On February 14, Luce Goutelle, a French artist, visited Asian
University to demonstrate some of her work, to meet the students and talk
with them about her work, and theirs.
More Our Children
Koh Larn rows to success in banana boat contest
A team of rowers from Koh Larn won the Banana Boat Rowing
Competition, a colorful event that made its debut on January 25 at
The contest was organized by the Jomtien Beach Rowing Association in
cooperation with Pattaya City, and designed as a novel form of marine
leisure that will attract visitors to future events.
Continued | More Sports
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