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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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I was lecturing on Reformation theology in a classroom at Thailand Theological Seminary in Chiengmai.
Greville, Chiengmai, October 13, 1898," in Further Correspondence Respecting the Affairs of Siam 1902 (1903).
Beckett, British Consul, Chiengmai to Chief Secretary, Government of Burma, No.
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.
Faculty of Medicine, Chiengmai University, Thailand
Six months ago, for example, Thailand's Chiengmai Construction Company (CMC) put four semi-mobile crushing plants from Essen-based Krupp Fordertechnik GmbH into operation.
After the Treaty of Chiengmai in 1883 opened the way for Western firms to cut trees rather than buy them from indigenous foresters in northern Thailand, the Borneo Company moved into teak production.
For all the tongue twisting and mental humiliation, after a year of language study I ventured to lecture in Thai at Thailand Theological Seminary in Chiengmai.
degree in Pharmacy from Chiengmai University in Thailand, a PhD in Toxicology from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, also from the University of Kentucky.
Ouyporn, a supportor from Chiengmai arrived in time to witness the ceremony, she stood there crying openly for the joy to see the completion of the Medicine Buddha Vihara and also at the same time to witness women being ordained, for her, the first time.
487-524; Suthep Soonthornpasuch, 'Islamic Identity in Chiengmai City: A Historical and Structural Comparison of Two Communities' (Ph.