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Motivated volunteer teachers needed for the Children Animal Awareness Programme for 1-2 hours per week. You will be demonstrating compassion towards animals to school children as well as teaching how to care for pets. A love of animals (especially dogs!) is the best credential!
If you are interested, visit www.carefordogs.org, and either contact Soraya Holbrook at 087 002 1792 or [email protected]


eBooks in Thailand (ebooksinthailand.com) carries eBooks by people who have lived in Thailand and know it intimately. For the reader, eBooks in Thailand is a low-cost outlet for books with interesting perspectives on life in Thailand. For the authors, it’s a paperless and easy way to distribute their work.


Tuesday, July 13th, 2010: Andrew Forbes will be talking about the mysteries surrounding the fortifications northern ‘earthen ramparts’ and the Finlayson Map showing two moats and triple walls around 1820.
For more information please call 053 117 319.


Kai Mouk is a small, white, fluffy ball of energy! She’s a mixed breed and her fur/hair is similar to that of a poodle in that she does not shed, making her a perfect house dog. She likes to be walked but would be happy enough if you have a small garden. This 3-4 year old pretty little girl is just bursting to find her forever family. If you are looking for a dog who will fit into your home environment as long as it’s a loving one with enthusiasm and maturity, this is your match. Kai Mouk is healthy, sterilised and has had all her shots. Come and get her TODAY!

Do you think Kai Mouk could be the right one for you? Contact the shelter English (084 752 5255) or Thai language (086 913 8701) to make an appointment to meet her, e-mail: [email protected] or visit the website for further information: www.carefordogs.org.


Viengping is a children’s home designed to care for orphaned and abandoned babies.

This home was established in 1986 as a baby care unit under the auspices of the Department of Social Development and Welfare, and in 1997, its purpose was extended to include the care of children orphaned due to AIDS.

If you would like to donate to Viengping Children’s Home, you can do a money transfer to Viengping Children’s Home (Look Kaew Lanna Foundation), Krung Thai Bank, Mae Rim Branch, no. 515-1-22525-1.


Chiang Mai needs a professional-quality skatepark. Skateparks provide a positive place for creative thought and energy. From this comes positive change and development. Chiang Mai youth deserve this do you agree? Let me know at [email protected]


Nicotine Anonymous meets twice weekly (Saturdays and Wednesdays) at
1 p.m. at Building II, rear of McCormick Hospital. Nicotine Anonymous is a non profit organisation.

For more information please call Earl 086 194 6300.