Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai

(ˈtʃyɑŋ ˈmaɪ)
n.
a city in NW Thailand. 167,000.
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Du reste du monde, y figurent egalement les villes de Porto-Novo (Benin), Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), KE-tahya (Turquie), Limoges (France), Barcelos (Portugal), Carrare (Italie), Gabrovo (Bulgarie), Baguio (Philippines), Chiangmai (Thailande), Sheki (Azerbaidjan), JoEuo Pessoa (Bresil) et Chordeleg (Equateur).
A Taiwanese anthropologist colleague kindly offered one of his anthropology graduate students and a Thai language instructor who was originally from Chiangmai Province to serve as my guides during that trip.
Saudi Arabia had a disappointing start with both openers going out on duck, but then Afzal , Hammad and Mazhar made sure the damage was put under control as they registered their second straight win of the tournament being played at the Royal Chiangmai Golf Club grounds.
Guests were entertained by Sbun-nga, a well-known performance troupe from Chiangmai.
The travel company has lined up nine destinations that one can choose from: Bangkok, Chiangmai (both in Thailand), Bali (Indonesia), Yangon (Myanmar), Tallinn (Estonia), Mumbai (India), Basque, Barcelona (Spain) and Yerevan (Armenia).
Most of the contributions to this volume draw on the work of Asian scholars in the field of peace, conflict and reconciliation who attended an international workshop in Chiangmai, Northern Thailand, in January, 2013, supported by Payap UniversityAEs Institute of Religion, Culture and Peace.
1) Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, ChiangMai University, ChiangMai 50200, Thailand
Center for Ethnic Studies and Development (CESD), ChiangMai University
They took me from Chiangmai prison to Bangkok which was 15 hours, with a catheter sticking out of my stomach.
In all this while, Kingsley kept in touch with that special girl he met in Chiangmai.
During four days of discussions in a safe place of Chiangmai, which ended on August 24, armed groups presented pushing the all-inclusive stance.