Chiengmai


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Chiengmai:

see Chiang MaiChiang Mai
or Chiengmai
, city (1990 pop. 164,902), capital of Chiang Mai prov., N Thailand, on the Ping River, near the Myanmar border. It is the economic, cultural, and religious center of the northern provinces.
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In a tribute to Shokie Coe that was published in 1993, Koyama wrote: I was lecturing on Reformation theology in a classroom at Thailand Theological Seminary in Chiengmai. 1 had considerable difficulty communicating Luther's idea of justification by faith.
Greville, Chiengmai, October 13, 1898," in Further Correspondence Respecting the Affairs of Siam 1902 (1903).
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13, 1920, in Chiengmai, Thailand, to Chaichun and Aunruan Teokul.
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(3.) Faculty of Medicine, Chiengmai University, Thailand
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