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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Bangkok burns after
protest leaders arrested

UDD leaders surrender, arsonists take over

Thick black smoke plummets through the air behind Chulalongkorn Hospital on Wednesday May 19, in Bangkok. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the red shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

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Officials step up security at Pattaya City Hall

With bloody street warfare raging in Bangkok, officials are stepping up security at Pattaya City Hall to better control the opposing political groups that have staged periodic rallies there.

At a May 12 meeting, City Council member Sanit Boonmachai noted that the pro- and anti-government groups had improperly used an area in front of city hall to assemble and worried that future rallies could damage the city’s property and image. To date, the rallies have not been properly controlled, he said, asking for more security measures to be imposed.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Dutch ambassador’s wife donates 50,000 baht to CPDC

Baiba Braze, the wife of the Dutch ambassador to Thailand, along with the Dutch Embassy recently donated 50,000 baht to the Child Protection and Development Center.

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FEATURES

La Chaîne and “Splendid Creations by Spencer Kells”

The Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the oldest gourmet group in the world, dating back to 1248 AD, has around 200 branches dotted around Mother Earth. 

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OUR CHILDREN

Fr. Ray Children’s Home celebrates monthly birthdays

Most of us will remember our birthdays as young children. The excitement we felt as the day got nearer, the joy of finding a pile of birthday cards which the postman had delivered through the post box and the wishes we made as we blew out the candles on the cake.

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SPORTS

Defending champ retains title at International Arm Wrestling Championship

Amidst much grunting and flexing of biceps, the 7th Annual Pattaya International Arm Wrestling Championship took place on Saturday, May 15, at the ground floor of the Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya. This competition is recognized as an event that complies fully with world standards and is supported by the Thai National Association of Body Building, who sent in their officials as judges for the day.

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DINING OUT

Beach Club’s Bargain Bonanza

During 2009, the Aisawan Resort became the Pullman Pattaya Aisawan Resort. However, this was more than just a rebranding, this was a major makeover, and this time it is not just the international visitors that have been looked after, but in the dining out department, Pattaya residents have been looked after as well.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa welcomes guests to the new and innovative iPad at the lobby with an overview of the hotel services and amenities, as well as transportation information.

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