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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Waves of pink prove loyalty,
devotion to His Majesty the King

Traditional Thai dancers perform a time-honored umbrella dance on the Bali Hai stage Saturday, December 5. Tens of thousands of people dressed in their best pink shirts and blouses and turned out for the celebrations at Bali Hai in a show of loyalty and devotion to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the auspicious occasion of his 82nd birthday.

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94 monks-to-be receive mayoral haircut

Ready to become Buddhist monks, 94 men came to Pattaya City Hall Dec. 2 to have Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome lead the ceremony in which their heads would be shaved.

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City Hall marks Pattaya’s 31st anniversary


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Permanent solution needed for the plight of Rohingyas


OUR COMMUNITY

Rotarian Praphan Thinnarong receives royal recognition for maintaining good health and happiness

Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Khunplome joined Rotarians from 16 clubs in the region in congratulating Praphan Thinnarong,

continued | More Community

FEATURES

Mayor passes out condoms, info on World AIDS Day

Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome led a delegation of city officials, volunteers and students in a parade along Beach Road, down Walking Street and onwards to Bali Hai Pier, passing out free condoms and spreading the word on World AIDS Day.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

Regent’s Student Guild sponsor a Christmas Party for the Blind School

Every Monday and Thursday, students at the Regent’s School do after school activities.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Thai windsurfers gear up for Asian Championships

Thailand’s top windsurfers were supplied with a confidence booster in the build up to this month’s Asia Championships, to be held in China, when then they enjoyed considerable success at the recently completed Pattaya City Windsurfing Cup 2009 staged at Jomtien Beach.

Continued | More Sports

AUTO MANIA

Faster Viper for 2010 - The swan song?

With Chrysler Group LLC having lost control of itself in the American auto fall-out, and the reins going to Fiat, there was much written that the new owners would let the Viper die a slow death, but it was hoped that Fiat SpA CEO, Sergio Marchionne, would decide to keep the Viper as an icon for Dodge.

More Auto Mania

DINING OUT

The Gourmand strikes again

Last week in this column I wrote about the subtle difference between ‘gourmet’ and ‘gourmand’. One denotes a lover of fine food and wine, the last one is a glutton.

More Dining Out



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