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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

HM the King asks Thais
to work for common interest

HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej asks all Thais to work with utmost efficiency and for the benefit of the public interest.

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Goodbye 2009, hello 2010

Tens of thousands of revelers said good riddance to 2009 and celebrated the birth of 2010 during the weeklong festivities here in Pattaya. The countdown festival included nightly fireworks, stage shows featuring traditional Thai dance (shown here) and performances from some of the kingdom’s top recording artists.

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Marines plant coral for Marine Bay reefs


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OUR COMMUNITY

Building a school
on top of a mountain

Master of Ceremonies “Hawaii” Bob Sutterfield welcomed everyone to the regular Sunday meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club on December 27 at the Amari’s Henry J. Beans Restaurant. After the usual announcements, he introduced Nathan Russo whose topic was about how the dedication of a few individuals resulted in the building of school for the children of the Hmong village of Khun Ta in Thailand.

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FEATURES

Ten of thousands of tourists ring in 2010 together

Pattaya hotels and merchants counted up their good fortune as Pattaya residents and tourists from around the world counted down to the new year together. As was evident from huge traffic jams on Sukhumvit Road, throngs of Thai and foreign tourists flocked to Pattaya to toast 2010 at celebrations at Bali Hai Pier and area resorts.

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OUR CHILDREN

Little Duck Nursery celebrates Christmas in Rayong

Fun, food, games surprises and gifts were given to all of the 30 plus babies at Little Duck Nursery in Rayong.

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SPORTS

Asia puts out strong team to defend Royal Trophy

The fourth edition of the Royal Trophy is scheduled to take place this weekend, January 8-10, at the Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi, and is expected to be an even greater event than in previous years.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Suchada Ithijarukul (right), president of Siam Makro PCL, rolls out a huge birthday cake for Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, much to the delight of the birthday boy, who celebrated the day with Chonburi Governor Senee Jittakasem and his wife Chophaka during the recent grand opening ceremonies of Siam Makro’s Pattaya branch.

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DINING OUT

Dining Out in retrospect and prospects

Around this time of year, with another 51 weeks of 2010 ahead of us, it is natural to think back to 2009, with its highs and lows in every sphere. Not just dining out. However, undoubtedly it has been a difficult year for the restaurateurs.

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