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July 4 - July 10, 2008

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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn

The Pattaya Mail on July 4 joins the Kingdom in humbly wishing a Happy Birthday to a most remarkable person, Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn. For more about HRH Princess Chulabhorn,
(Photo courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household)

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Former members of Constitution Drafting Committee hold talk in light of growing public unease

More than 300 people attended a talk by former members of the Constitution Drafting Committee 2550 at the Tiffany Show Theater on June 25, held in response to growing public unease throughout the country at the actions of the existing government.
Members of the Constitution Drafting Committee Club 50 led by Saeree Sawanpanon, former vice president of the Constitution Drafting Committee BE 2550, and former members of the Constitution Drafting Committee Dr Jermsak Pinthong and Ms Alisa Phantusak organized the event, which was entitled “Constitution 50 for the people’s benefit”.
Dr Jermsak explained that Constitution BE 2550 was drafted by a Constitution Drafting Committee of 110 people, after the Council for Democratic Reform under the Constitutional Monarchy had seized government power on September 19, 2006.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Full house at PCEC meeting

Many members and guests were on hand at the Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) meeting on Sunday June 22nd at Henry J. Bean’s Restaurant on Beach Road. MC Roger Fox reminded everyone that the July 6 meeting will be the Annual General Meeting wherein the Chairman and Treasurer would give their annual reports.

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FEATURES

CARAT 2008 a success despite bad weather

CARAT 2008, the Cooperation Afloat Readiness And Training exercises staged jointly by the US Navy and the Royal Thai Navy kicked off at 6 a.m. on June 12 at Juksamet Port in Sattahip.

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OUR CHILDREN

Assumption students celebrate Sunthorn Phu

Assumption students have been celebrating one of Thailand’s best-loved poets. Students put on a special show at St Louis’ Building on June 26 to honour Sunthorn Phu.

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SPORTS

Simpson Marine Series leaves sailors smiling

Under unseasonally sunny skies and light onshore breezes, the 3-month yacht racing ‘Simpson Marine Series’ commenced at Ocean Marina Jomtien over the weekend of June 21-22.

Continued | More Sports

PROPERTY - REAL ESTATE

Temperatures rising at Ravindra Resort

The Ravindra Beach Resort and Spa recently got even hotter than the scorching weather when 2 beautiful TV idols,

More Property - Real Estate

DINING OUT

Munching at the Montien

The Montien Hotel is an icon in Pattaya (initially being the Regent of Pattaya). It has been there for 38 years, though it does not look it, the refurbishing over the years has kept it looking sparkling and inviting. The Montien has also built up a name for itself recently with its very reasonably priced Theme Buffet evenings, so when their energetic PR lady Pornpimon Geybui invited the team to come and try this year’s offering, we needed no second invitation.

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