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Vol. XVIII No. 7 Friday
February 12 - February 18, 2010

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Gung Hei Fat Choi
Year of the Tiger comes roaring in

Gung Hei Fat Choi! The Year of the Tiger comes roaring in this weekend, and the city has plenty of activities planned to appease the beast.
(AP Photo by Sakchai Lalit)

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Thailand hosts 6-nation military exercise

An AV-8B Harrier II hooks up to the fuel line of a KC-130J tanker aircraft over U-Tapao during an aerial refueling Feb. 4, part of the Cobra Gold 2010 exercises underway now throughout Thailand. (Official photo by U.S. Army Spc. Lyndsey R. Dransfield)

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More News
Thailand Post opens Floating Market branch

Mail Bag
Why aren’t the ‘peasants’ revolting?
Events Coming Up
Valentine’s Day


PCEC members given free eye tests

Master of Ceremonies Judith Edmonds welcomed everyone to the Pattaya City Expats Club meeting on Sunday, January 31, at Henry J. Beans. After the usual announcements, she introduced the guest speaker, Dr. Maria Abalon, Doctor of Optometry and managing director of EuroOptic, and thanked her for bringing staff and equipment to the meeting to give everyone an opportunity for free eye tests.

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Rotary organizes the wackiest race on earth

It was another fun filled and exciting day on the streets of Pattaya, when Rotarians and residents packed their families and friends onto beds-on-wheels and whizzed down the streets of Pattaya at breakneck speeds to help raise funds to support Rotary’s good work for the benefit of underprivileged children in our community.

Continued | More features


Three Father Ray Foundation teachers win Teacher of the Year awards

Three teachers from the Father Ray Foundation, Pattaya, received Awards for Excellence from Chonburi Educational Service during the Best Teacher of the Year ceremony held on January 16 at Assumption Sriracha School, Chonburi.

Continued | More Our Children


LPGA stars head to Pattaya for million dollar showdown

Golfing fans in Pattaya will be in for a real treat next week as the world’s best female golfers arrive in town to play the Honda-PTT LPGA Thailand 2010 at the beautiful Siam Country Club Old Course, from February 18 to 21. The tournament is the first Asian stop of the LPGA 2010 season, offering a prize purse of US$1.3 million, and is expected to boost Thailand’s tourism, drawing golf fans from around the world to visit the kingdom.

Continued | More Sports


The Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive committee for 2010 brings the charity into its first 12 year cycle. Pictured here are (counter clockwise from front row left) Wild Bill Freeman, landlord of Jameson’s Kim Fletcher, and David Smith, Deborah Philbrook of MBMG, Captain Steve Ponter, Chairman Lewis ‘Woody’ Underwood and Judi MacNamara.

More Social Events


Tequila Reef

It had been a while since we last reviewed Tequila Reef Cantina, and we were to find that much had changed since then. And for the good.

More Dining Out


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