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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Officials, residents and tourists celebrate 60th Coronation Day

Around 1,000 local officials and residents met at Pattaya City Hall on May 5 to celebrate Coronation Day, as millions of others did at their local meeting places around the kingdom. Most put away their differences and all assembled, despite the color of their shirt, to honor His Majesty the King on the auspicious occasion of the 60th anniversary of his coronation.

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Parents protest secondary class dissolution at Chonburi school

About 200 parents of students at Chonburi’s well known Burapha Wittaya School are demanding answers why secondary school classes 1 to 3 were dissolved and the school’s director resigned.

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Joss sticks could lead to cancer, HRH Princess Chulabhorn tells doctors


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OUR COMMUNITY

PCEC visits Russia

Master of Ceremonies Judith Edmonds welcomed everyone to the Sunday, May 2, Pattaya City Expats Club meeting and called on any first time visitors to introduce themselves. After the usual opening announcements, she called on fellow Member Roger Fox to join our guest, Lev Ovsyannikov on stage.

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FEATURES

Bangkok University student crowned Miss Tiffany’s Universe 2010

A 19-year-old Bangkok university triumphed over 27 other transvestites to be crowned Miss Tiffany’s Universe 2010.

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OUR CHILDREN

Children saving lives

It is estimated that seven children under the age of eighteen die by drowning each day in Thailand. That’s more than two thousand five hundred deaths each year, the majority of which could have been prevented if the victim had received swimming lessons at an early age.

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SPORTS

Thai Legends retain title in rugby festival at Horseshoe Point

The weekend of May 1-2 was forecast to be ideal for this 10th edition of the annual Chris Kays Memorial rugby tournament, the upgraded facilities at Horseshoe Point were in perfect condition for the expected hordes of players and followers,

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DINING OUT

Bei Otto

For those in Bangkok, the name Bei Otto (pronounced “buy” Otto) is very well known, having been a part of the capital’s dining scene since 1984 when German chef Otto Duffner first opened his own restaurant. Having now expanded and come to Naklua, it was time for the Dining Out team to experience Bei Otto and see just how and why this business has already celebrated its 25th anniversary.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Christian Dior (Thailand) recently held a beauty workshop to launch new products and demonstrate techniques and important tricks of basic makeup for selected VIP guests at dusitD2 baraquda pattaya. Paolo Randone (left), general manager of dusitD2 baraquda pattaya was there to welcome the guests, along with special guest MC actress ‘Joy’ Rinlanee Sripen.

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