CityNews – The prime minister has ordered local authorities to deal with the bird feeding problems nationwide.
Authorities inspected a café in Mae Rim charged with encroaching on a stream.
During a patrol on the night of September 6th, after receiving a report about gang brawls in Saraphi and San Kamphaeng districts, police arrested six teens on Chiang Mai-Lampang Road in Saraphi, all around 17 years old.
Faculty of Law, Chiang Mai University (CMU), joined the anti ‘Scar of Doi Suthep’ campaigners in the survey of the land.
The Thai Department of Trade Negotiations on 4th September held the second public hearing on the Comprehensive Progressive-Trans Pacific Partnership (CP-TPP), which the Thai government expressed interest to join in March this year.
Mövenpick Suriwongse Hotel Chiang Mai is helping local people in need as part of the 2018 ‘Kilo of Kindness’ global charity campaign.
The governor of Chiang Mai announced the latest plan to push Nimmanhaemin and Huay Kaew Road to be an innovative economic hub.
A man stabbed his brother to death after a dispute erupted while being drunk.
A restaurant filed a complaint after claiming to be harassed by men claiming to be military officers.
Two victims fell for fake electricity officer.
A motorcycle driver abandoned their injured passenger after colliding with a pickup truck.
Mong Thongdee has officially applied for citizenship.
Faculty of Pharmacy, CMU, is opposing the drug draft bill concerning the safety of consumers’ health.
Maejo University held a Service Innovation Design Boot Camp to elevate local creativity and design through an integrated service innovation ecosystem.
A conference was held to discuss the ethics and potential misinformation regarding the advertisement and promotion of health products.
Muddy roads in Om Koi are obstructing access from remote villages to Om Koi town.
19 Combodian workers were allegedly ditched by their agent.
An airport security guard who was rammed over by a dementia driver is expected to be hospitalised for the next three months while the family of the alleged driver has made a promise to take responsibility.
A Chinese tourist died from a fatal crash on a traffic accident.
The Embassy of Israel to Thailand visited Chiang Mai.
11 American exchange students lost in Huay Tueng Tao were rescued.
Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University will be holding a discussion concerning the proposed drug draft bill.
Three men were arrested for stealing cable wires.
A neighbour of dead women’s dog demands the driver of an official car to take responsibility for hitting a dog.
The Prime Minister has raised a question regarding the ‘Scar of Doi Suthep’.
A net idol has been accused of being inappropriate for posing in front of Phra Nang Chamathewi Monument by a folksong musician who described her as ‘an ugly faggot.’
Following an incident which occurred in March 2018, today Citylife’s editor Pim Kemasingki received an official letter from the Chang Phueak Police Station informing her that she will not be prosecuted.
Hang Dong has evaded floods from the Mae Tha Chang stream.
The second Chiang Mai airport is proceeding as planned, with the expropriation of private land beginning next month.
A man who has walked the length of Thailand has arrived at the Doi Inthanon mountain following a promised he made to his departed girlfriend.
Locals are reportedly disturbed by homeless and drug addicts who have settled at Jang Sri Phum.
Provincial Police Region 5 banns police from wearing flu masks to avoid covering officers’ faces.
The Superintendent of Doi Inthanon has promised to help assist the man who has walked the length of Thailand, spending nearly a year on his journey, to honour his late girlfriend’s wish to visit Thailand’s highest mountain.
Mong Thongdee, a stateless paper plane champion who was featured on the cover of Citylife in 2008, has, ten years on, finally become eligible to receive citizenship.
Parents of the airport security guard have charged the driver who rammed their son with attempted murder.
Citylife’s annual charity fair will be moved to a fabulous new location on Nimmanhaemin Road. With space, we will have more stalls, more food, more drinks, more performances and activities and raise MORE for charity. ***Booth Booking Now Closed*** ***Please contact [email protected] for more information*** Book your stall now! Suggest a charity for our donations (last year we raised over 400,000 for three charities). And donate deep! We are asking you to donate anything we can use in our auction or tombola, all proceeds will go to charity. This will be a fun and fantastic day out and we can’t wait to see you all again.
Being an ancient city in a Buddhist country with many visitors curious about our customs, beliefs and traditions, Chiang Mai’s Monk Chat, founded in 2000, provides visitors with a unique opportunity for visitors to experience Buddhism by chatting with monks, asking questions about Buddhism, culture, tradition, ways of life of monks or simply meditating.
One of the biggest charity events in town, the Citylife Garden Fair, is returning this year and promises to be better than ever. From a small fundraiser to help victims of the 2004 tsunami, the fair has grown exponentially with over 10,000 visitors last year, 400 booths and raising nearly 500,000 baht for eight local charities in one amazing day.
If you love these steaming, aromatic, bite sized baskets of deliciousness – and who doesn’t – then here is a list of some of the best, most interesting or best valued dim sums to be had in town.