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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Pattaya red shirts send contingent to Bangkok

Some of Pattaya’s red shirt contingent pray at the King Taksin Monument in front of City Hall before leaving for Bangkok to take part in the mass demonstrations there.

continued  |  More News


Pattaya International Music Festival this weekend

The Pattaya International Music Festival returns this weekend, March 19-21, bigger than ever with a 28 million baht budget funding performances on six stages throughout the city.

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Despite drought, Pattaya still has plenty of water, officials say


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OUR COMMUNITY

Pattaya journalists help disabled

Pattaya-area journalists went from observers to participants for a day when they provided lunch to residents of Karunyawet Home for the Disabled on National Mass Media Day. The recently formed Pattaya Journalists Club marked the March 5 media day by collecting 30,000 baht to serve a hot lunch and ice cream and donate adult diapers,

continued | More Community

FEATURES

800 girls learn key values
at 3-day camp

About 800 female students from Chonburi’s Chonkalayanukul School learned about the value of nationalism, religion, the monarchy and self-confidence at a 3-day Girl Scouts and Youth Red Cross camp from March 4-6 at the temporary Scout grounds at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya.

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OUR CHILDREN

United Group donates 250,000 baht to Pattaya Orphanage

Once again, at the annual staff party of the United Group in Hong Kong, sponsor Neville Krogh led to the collection of 250,000 baht for the Pattaya Orphanage. Neville and his lovely wife Mayuree handed over the funds on March 6.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

PSC Charity Classic raises over 400,000 baht for local charities

This is a competition that is different from all others in the PSC calendar and as such I will treat the report in that manner.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Dusit Thani Pattaya General Manager Chatchawal Supachayanont (left) is seen with American female golfer and one of Thailand’s favorites, Paula Creamer during the cocktail reception held at the resort’s extended terrace, The Point to welcome all the participants in the recently-concluded Honda-PTT LPGA Thailand 2010.

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AUTO MANIA

China leads the way

Far from being a country inhabited by penniless peasants, China is literally going from strength to strength. Forget all those old jokes about China only being copycats. China is standing on its own two feet these days, and doing very well, thank you very much with China passenger car sales up 55 percent in February. The following item from Associated Press confirms that.

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