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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

TAT-too You: Tourism agency’s 1st body art festival draws big crowds

Kratae Supasorn has ink applied the old fashion way during the opening ceremonies for the International Tattoo Festival at Central Festival Pattaya Beach.

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Pattaya to host 30th AIPA General Assembly

The National Assembly of Thailand will hold the 30th General Assembly of the AIPA from August 2-8, 2009 at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, Pattaya. Representatives from 8 AIPA member countries; Kingdom of Cambodia, Republic of Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Republic of the Philippines, Republic of Singapore, Kingdom of Thailand, and Socialist Republic of Vietnam, along with 2 special observer countries; Union of Myanmar and Brunei Darussalam, as well as 9 observer countries; Australia, Canada, People’s Republic of China, Republic of Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Russian Federation, United States of America, plus 1 organization, European Parliament will attend the General Assembly.

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ASEAN Inter- Parliamentary Assembly to meet in Pattaya


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OUR COMMUNITY

Expats Club learns about H1N1

The Sunday meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club got underway at the Amari’s Henry J. Beans Restaurant on Sunday, July 19 when Master of Ceremonies Roger Fox welcomed members and guests.

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FEATURES

Y.W.C.A. marks anniversary, Princess’s birthday by planting coral

Marking both its 24th anniversary and the birthday of HRH Princess Soamsawalee, the Y.W.C.A. Bangkok-Pattaya Center brought Pattaya students to the shore in Samae San to plant coral.

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OUR CHILDREN

Sikh youths take part in the holy ritual of receiving the “Dastaar”

The Sikh turban, in Punjabi, is known as “Dastaar”. It is an article of faith that as been made mandatory by the founders of Sikhism. Sikhs wear turbans as symbols and reminders of their core values: Discipline, Honesty, Integrity, Ethics, Spirituality and Humility. Apart from just being an important symbol, the turban is now part of the dress code of a Sikh.

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SPORTS

Chonburi go top as United’s derby win eases relegation fears

Chonburi FC consolidated their position at the top of the Thai Premier League standings with an impressive 2-1 away win at BEC Tero last Sunday. Pipob On-mo opened the scoring for the Chonburi ‘Sharks’ in the 7th minute and following further pressure, Kriangkrai Pimrat doubled the lead for the visitors before half time.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya teamed-up with Slim Up Center in the “Hi Idol 5 Women 2009 Project” to find young and talented women. Patrick Ng (2nd from right), director of Business Development from Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya presents a room voucher to the winner of ‘Hi Idol 5 Project’ at Central Plaza Ladprao on July 22, 2009.

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AUTO MANIA

Toyota looking very critically
at North America

Having fought to get itself up to Number 1 in the world, Toyota is back pedaling as many of its manufacturing bases are not profitable during this economic crisis. Yoshimi Inaba, president and CEO of Toyota Motor America and chairman and CEO of Toyota Motor Sales USA said the company was reviewing its entire operation in the US,

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