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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Thailand to dispatch rice and financial aid for Haitian earthquake victims

An elderly man walks through the rubble of the collapsed National Cathedral on Sunday, Jan. 17, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Destruction grips Haiti after an earthquake rattled the country Tuesday, Jan. 12.
(AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)

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Thousands view solar eclipse in Africa and Asia

Dhanushkodi, India (AP) - Thousands of people in Africa and Asia viewed an eclipse Friday, January 15, as the moon crossed the sun’s path blocking everything but a narrow, blazing rim of light.
The path of the eclipse began in Africa - passing through Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Somalia before crossing the Indian Ocean, where it reached its peak, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Web site.
The path then continued into Asia where the eclipse could be seen in Maldives, southern India, parts of Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand and China.

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OUR COMMUNITY

20,000 to watch 100 bed racers dash through Pattaya Jan. 31

More than 20,000 people are expected attend when an expected 100 teams take to the streets for the second Pattaya International Bed Race Jan. 31.

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FEATURES

Fun learning as Pattaya celebrates National Children’s Day

Pattaya celebrated National Children’s Day with a mix of fun and education with the city, military and private groups offering exhibits, activities and tours for youngsters.

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OUR CHILDREN

Christmas Party at Pattaya Orphanage attracts hundreds of visitors

For the children and helpers from Pattaya’s orphanage December 25 started very early in the morning. First stop was the Redemptorist Center where they visited Father Lawrence Patin who after an unexpected stay at a hospital in Issan had finally recovered and returned. Accompanied by Father Michael and Radchada Chomjinda, the children brought him flowers and performed a song for him.

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SPORTS

Organizers, city all set for PTT Pattaya Open 2010

A press conference for the upcoming PTT Pattaya Open 2010 was held Tuesday, January 14 at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok to announce the readiness of this high profile tournament,

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SOCIAL SCENE

Ali Madan receives flowers from his wife Jasmin during his recent 50th birthday celebration at his Liberty Mansion where he celebrated with his family, close friends, staff and guests. All had a great time enjoying a great spread of food and beverages with light entertainment.

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DINING OUT

Why a restaurant fails

I have just returned from having probably the worst Masaman curry I have ever had. The potatoes were so hard I bent the spoon trying to break them up. The curry itself was watery and there were no peanuts as Masaman curry should have.

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