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  • (Feb 27, 2015) Consul General Michael Heath and the Consulate hosted the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI): Chiang Mai Forum, welcoming over 100 student leaders from 8 higher education institutions in Chiang Mai to discuss youth perspectives on ASEAN’s future challenges.

    (February 27, 2015) Consul General Michael Heath and the Consulate hosted the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI): Chiang Mai Forum, welcoming over 100 student leaders from 8 higher education institutions in Chiang Mai

  • (Feb 22, 2015) Consul General Michael Heath attended the opening of the Chiang Mai 1st Time Photo Exhibition and Talk by Thanachart “Benz” Siripatrachai, a young Thai filmmaker and photographer, known for his book New YORK 1st TIME, as a side exhibition of the Chiang Mai Photo Festival 2015: YOUNG ASEAN EYES+, supported by the Consulate and the U.S. Embassy Bangkok.

    (February 22, 2015) Consul General Michael Heath attended the opening of the Chiang Mai 1st Time Photo Exhibition and Talk by Thanachart “Benz” Siripatrachai, a young Thai filmmaker and photographer, known for his book New YORK 1st TIME

  • (Feb 12, 2015) The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in collaboration with the Consulate General Chiang Mai and the Northern Handicrafts Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NOHMEX) launched a roundtable discussion on “Intellectual Property Protection Practices for Businesses” at Le Meridien Hotel.

    (February 12, 2015) The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in collaboration with the Consulate General Chiang Mai and the Northern Handicrafts Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NOHMEX) launched a roundtable discussion

  • (February 10, 2015) U.S. Consul General joined the opening of “Developing Potential and Transforming Perceptions of the Disabled through Sports” in Chiang Mai, funded by the Department of State.

    (February 10, 2015) U.S. Consul General joined the opening of “Developing Potential and Transforming Perceptions of the Disabled through Sports” in Chiang Mai, funded by the Department of State.

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  • ALERT March 2015
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  • Message to U.S. Citizens:  Air Quality in Northern Thailand
    Message to U.S. Citizens: Air Quality in Northern Thailand

    During this season when region-wide agricultural burning causes poor air quality, and poses a health threat, the Consulate wants to remind U.S. citizens to be aware of the local Air Quality Index (AQI) and take appropriate measures to minimize the impact on your health. The Thai government’s Pollution Control Department calculates the AQI daily and posts measurements online at http://www.pcd.go.th/. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency explains the AQI on its website at http://airnow.gov. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends what to do during periods of poor air quality at http://cdc.gov. 

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    Sanctions are a tactic used as part of a broader strategy to change a country’s actions. The U.S. applies sanctions differently to solve different problems. Each case brings its own lessons. Even when sanctions are imposed, humanitarian needs are addressed and cultural understanding grows.