Having my own company means that I have never had to face any sexual inequality in my workplace. And having my two best friends from childhood working beside me — one is our production manager of 20 years, another our sales manager of nearly ten — means that women haven’t, as far as I know, felt any inequality here either. So that’s good. But the fact is it exists and women around the world live and work in frustration over the unfairness of it all.
As we wrote in one of our articles once, Cute is the new Cool, and Chiang Mai knows how to do both. Check out these adorable little places guaranteed to charm.
Recently, her name has been popping up with even more frenetic frequency as she invites and entices our city’s women entrepreneurs, and our male allies, to join her upcoming Bond Women’s Festival. So, being nosy, we decided to get to know her and find out what is up with this fiery ball of energy.
The past year saw a slowing down of incoming Chinese tourist numbers and now we are hearing people bemoan the lack of Chinese tourists. So we thought we would take a look at where we are with our Chinese visitors and what the future holds for us both.
In late October Citylife was invited to join H.R.H. Prince Richard Duke of Gloucester and the British ambassador for their visit to the Children’s Advocacy Centre Chiang Mai. Following the dignitaries’ departures, we were introduced to Police Colonel Soonthorn Arunnara, Deputy Commander of Investigation Division Immigration Bureau and Police Colonel Thakoon Nimsomboon, Deputy Commander of the Anti-Trafficking in Person Division and the Head of the Thailand Internet Crimes Against Children (TICAC) Operation Team, both of whom kindly agreed to sit down for an impromptu interview.
Here are perspectives of the Governor of Chiang Mai, the President of Provincial Administrative Organisation and the Mayor of Chiang Mai
Herniated nucleus pulposus (HNP) usually occur later in your adult life, caused by the general degeneration of your body system. However, it is now apparent that these days young people, as young as their early 20s can also suffer from HNP, due to the modern lifestyle — looking at the smartphone screen, sitting at the office all day.
Apart from the obvious – Doi Suthep, Doi Inthanon, et all – our team came up with this eclectic bucket list for 2019.
Put a bounce back in your step, wow your friends with a magic trick or spoil yourself rotten with a spa…choices choices.
So if you, or your child, dream of studying in the United States, but your current connection to US colleges doesn’t extend further than that gained from Hollywood movies, the idea of leaving home to dive feet first into such a new world can be daunting.
Chiang Mai has always been a city with a bewildering number of new restaurants opening…and sadly old closing. Here are some of our favourite new discoveries this month.
Over the course of the year Michelin-starred chefs were invited to be guest chefs in Shangri-La’s kitchens, where they were challenged with using local produce and collaborating with the hotel’s kitchen crew, to create spectacular pop-up feasts for our city’s diners.
A man killed his father and sexually assaulted his mother was being hunted but has now been arrested.
The Prime Minister visits Mae Chaem.
House for sale near Promenada Chiang Mai
This year, the team has ventured to pioneer a work at Bongmai village on Doi Wawee in Mae Suay District, Chiangrai Province.
The missing teen from Bangkok has been found in Chiang Mai with her classmate’s father.
After escaping the 40 degree heat into the stone-walled haven of cool air, I immediately understood why Thai monks wanted to build a temple underground, 700 years previously.
I’m going to give you a guide of the very best of the best spots to find some cruelty-free, (mostly) healthy, but more importantly, delicious food. Thai, Western, Chinese, Mexican, Israeli, Japanese, you name it – Chiang Mai has it, and its vegan.
Fah Lanna Spa have been announced the winner for “Traditional Spa of the Year – Thailand” in the 2019 Global Luxury Hotel & Spa Awards.
The construction company who is responsible for Highway 118 (Chiang Mai-Chiang Rai) is facing a hundred million baht fine for not meeting the project deadline.