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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah

Peace on Earth, goodwill towards all

Santa and his helpers Suchada (Bee) Chanachaichan (left) and Wan Bowles (3rd left) recently paid a visit to the Bangkok Hospital Pattaya to spread the cheer and to remember those less fortunate, giving a little to make their lives better, something we all should do. Shown here, children Evan Corness, Marisa Corness and Jasmine Azzopardi excitedly meet Santa. At this holiday time of warmth and happiness, the Pattaya Mail team wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and hope everyone enjoyed a Happy Chanukah December 12-18. May there be peace on earth and goodwill towards all.

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500,000 expected to attend 7-day Pattaya Countdown 2010

More than a half-million people are expected to countdown to 2010 over seven nights as Pattaya hosts a week-long New Year’s party featuring fireworks, music, food, shopping and a 100,000 baht lucky draw at Bali Hai Pier.

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City, Tourist and Pattaya Police map out New Year’s security


Mail Bag
Men, women & elephants
Events Coming Up
New Year’s Eve Dining & Events


OUR COMMUNITY

Claus & Krampus headline German Catholic Christmas bash

For the third time in a row the German Catholic Parish held its Christmas celebration at the Redemptorist Center Pattaya. The location was festively decorated, complete with Christmas tree and music.

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FEATURES

Rocking hard to help
a school in need

Thai singer Amp Saowaluck was the star attraction at a glitzy annual charity dinner that helped raise hundreds of thousands of baht for a dilapidated school.

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OUR CHILDREN

Canadian Jackalope and Jesters Care for Kids go Christmas shopping with Camillian kids

Traditionally, the Canadian Jackalope Open organizers have taken the orphaned kids living with HIV/AIDS from the Camillian Social Center Christmas shopping on an annual basis. We, the Jesters Care for Kids, thought this was a brilliant idea. We loved the notion of donating directly to the kids and putting them in charge of what they wanted for Christmas.

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SPORTS

Thai teenager Poom strikes
 ‘Gold’ at Eastern Star

The organizing of any major golf tournament starts some months before the actual event. This year the annual Diana Gold Tournament did not have the benefit of the organizer for the last 10 years - the late Mike Franklin – however we had help from him in the form of the information he held, both on his computer and in hard copy form.

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AUTO MANIA

Jeeves, bring the Bentley around

Bentley has announced the Continental Supersports - a 329 km/h sports Bentley all yours for 16 million baht (plus the usual 300 percent or so import duty) - plus another couple of million for matt paint. At that rate, I think I will tell my children to become spray painters.

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DINING OUT

Pan Pan Pattaya Beach Road

The Pan Pan restaurant group has been present in Bangkok and Pattaya for more years than most people realize. Try 33 years! At the Pattaya City Walk (just past the Royal Garden Plaza) on Beach Road, Pan Pan has been there for two years, and at Central Festival for 12 months.

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