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  1. A small sign posted on the bldg says the same.
  2. Why not just have a heavier position in Cobra Gold (ie, more trhan obsever)?
  3. My annual Retirement Visa Extension (or whatever we should call it) is due this month & I seem to remember that at the in CR town Immigration office that service is provided on only two days of the week. I've forgotten which two days (but if had to guess I'd guess Monday & Wednesday). Can anybody kindly verify which days this service is offered. Thanks.
  4. Found Abandoned kitten ,,need advice/help

    Mom Fohn named me "Angel".
  5. Found Abandoned kitten ,,need advice/help

    I'm doing well thanks to Fohn at Santisook cat shelter in Doi Saket. Thank you everybody for giving me a life.
  6. Found Abandoned kitten ,,need advice/help

    Sorry, didn't see an edit button. I would like to point out for readers that the good folks like Fohn who care for unfortunate cats & dogs do not incur just the costs of living space, cleaning time, medicines & food. To properly care for the health of all the animals, new residents must be first tested for contagious diseases such as Distemper, Feline leukemia, Feline HIV, Rabies etc etc so that they are properly isolated with those having like problems. If this were not done all the cats would be susceptible to whatever problems a new resident brought with them. Edit: Plus the timet & cost of neutering. If new residents are not neutered you can only imagine the result. Uncontrollable over population. PS. none of the time & costs are funded by government organizations here. A sorry situation that in Thailand there is insufficient government participation in the problem of over population of homeless animals.
  7. Found Abandoned kitten ,,need advice/help

    Speak to Fohn at Santisook Cat Shelter Doi Saket 081-638-2105. She is burdened now with so many to take care of that she has had to refuse further adoptions except for neuter and return. However, considering your departure to London next week she may be able to make an exception. Yes, please make a donation. Appreciate your concern.
  8. Mae Sai Boarder Crossing

    Save to OneDrive - Personal www.freeburmarangers.org Burma Army Raids Kasung Village 28 August 2017 Kachin State, Burma On August 11th the Burma Army launched an unprovoked attack against civilians in Kasung Village, west of Myitkyina, Kachin State. At 1100 Burma Army soldiers began to mortar the village. At 1130 the indirect fire ceased and 200 Burma Army ground troops raided the village, spraying rifle fire at fleeing villagers. Kasung Village has no active Kachin Independence Army (KIA) installations nor military significance. One villager was killed and numerous villagers were injured by beatings from the soldiers. The Burma Army units involved in the raid were Light Infantry Battalions (LIB) 381 and 384 under MOC-3, headed by Tactical Operation Commander Colonel Aung Than Htwe. The villagers fled into the jungle surrounding the village during the assault. A villager named Mr. Lamau Awng Nu was shot and killed and other villagers were injured and captured. A school teacher and eleven other villagers unable to escape were held captive for two days before the army left them. The soldiers also killed multiple cattle and a pig, which they subsequently ate. Most homes were looted. After the Burma Army had taken the village it proceeded to fire into the surrounding tree line, forcing any villagers that had lingered into displacement. Following the assault locals attempted to help stranded villagers, yet the Burma Army stopped them from assisting until August 13th. Once the Burma Army withdrew, locals and religious groups began helping their people. More than 1000 people were displaced during this assault against a civilian population. On the 22nd villagers began to return to their homes. Love one another Unite for freedom, justice and peace, Forgive and do not hate each other, Pray with faith, Act with courage, Never surrender The Free Burma Rangers’ (FBR) mission is to provide hope, help and love to internally displaced people inside Burma, regardless of ethnicity or religion. Using a network of indigenous field teams, FBR reports on human rights abuses, casualties and the humanitarian needs of people who are under the oppression of the Burma Army. FBR provides medical, spiritual and educational resources for IDP communities as they struggle to survive Burmese military attacks. For more information, please visit www.freeburmarangers.org © 2017 Free Burma Rangers | Contact FBR To unsubscribe from this email list, please respond to this email with the word REMOVE in the subject line, or send email to mailadmin@freeburmarangers.org.
  9. Dongtan Beach

    My guess is that you meant to say that the sun bed venders are NOT allowed to set up on Wed & Thurs. I doubt that the beach is closed (blocked off) from people walking along it or sitting on the sand.
  10. Jomtien Immigration: Reporting returns after travel

    I agree. This thread is a very informative and Lou62's comments are an eye opener. Chiang mai has been milking folks on a large scale for a long time already.
  11. High speed train from China

    Recent emphasis upon / pushing the build up of "Eastern Economic Corridor" (EEC).
  12. Save the life of a great dog!

    Let's try again..........
  13. Maya Mall, neighbour from hell

    In Thailand you may lose your deposit anyway.
  14. Best area / zone / neighborhood to live in CM

    Well now, perhaps Chiang Mai needs a "Dude Ranch".