Chiengmai


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Chiengmai

(ˈtʃɪɛŋˈmaɪ) or

Chiang Mai

n
(Placename) a town in NW Thailand: teak, silver, silk industries: university (1964). Pop: 182 000 (2005 est)
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After graduating from Princeton, Koyama was appointed by the United Church of Japan to serve as a missionary teacher on the faculty of the Thailand Seminary in Chiengmai, a position he held until 1968.
7) See Siu Woo Cheng's thesis: "Subject and Representation: Identity Politics in Southeast Guizhou" University of Washington, Seatle 1996; and papers: "Representation and Negotiation of Ge Identities in Southeast Guizhou" in Melissa Brown (ed), Negotiating Ethnicities in China and Taiwan, Berkeley 1996, University of California, and "Miao Identity in Western Guizhou" in Tapp et al (ed), Hmong/Miao in Asia, Chiengmai 2004, Silkworm Books.
A few years ago, an Order was issued in Chiengmai, and the other large towns of the north, prohibiting native owners of land, under heavy penalties, from selling or disposing of their land to foreigners.
Retired Chiang Mai LES employee Chat na Chiengmai recalls that the three employees--Wimol Sithipraneet, Mana Samitapinthu and Prasert Wasutanhakorn--were part of a U.
Huai Hong Khrai RDSC, Doi Saket, Chiengmai, in the Thailand's far north, demonstrates how best to conserve what little water there is.
He graduated from medical school at the University of Medical Sciences in Chiengmai, Thailand (now called the University of Chiengmai, Faculty of Medicine) and served a rotating internship at Chiengmai University Hospital.
A man has been sentenced to death by Kuala Lumpur's Shah Alam High Court after he was caught trafficking drugs from Chiengmai, Thailand.
13, 1920, in Chiengmai, Thailand, to Chaichun and Aunruan Teokul.
Boon Rawd also established its own malting company, the Chiengmai Malting Co.
There has been a predominantly higher AIDS rate in the northern section, including Phayao and Chiengmai, than other parts of the country.
After covering central Vietnam and the southern part of Laos, he reached Chiengmai in northwestern Thailand around 11:20 AM.
Thus Rirkrit Tiravanija is represented by his Office for the land, ChiengMai, 2001, a proposal for a sort of artists' colony in Thailand: "Experience the natural environments of the land," urges a poster that uses collage to unite supermodels and field workers.