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AddressUnit 104-107, Airport Business Park
90 Mahidol Rord, T. Haiya, A. Muang
Chiang Mai, 50100
Phonelocal: (053) 203.367
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Paul Brunning
Tue, 7 Mar 2017 08:52 EST
Japanese Traditional music
A friend of mine is visiting Chiang Mai, and would like to hear some traditional Japanese music, played on traditional instruments like a Koro zither, or Ehru violin.
If anyone here knows where he could find something like this, please let me know. Thank you.
Agoer Henrusman
Tue, 14 Jun 2016 09:00 EDT
Needed funds for home improvement mother
Dear Mr. or Mrs.

My name AGOER HENRUSMAN, I am the second of four children, now I live in the area Rangkasbitung Lebak district of Banten province, My brother stayed with Mum I Regional Cicalengka Bandung Regency West Java Province, Brother I am a woman living with her husband in the Region Tasimalaya Tasikmalaya district of West Java province and the latter's sister I live in the city of Bandung in West Java province.
Conditions My mother is a widow who currently do not work only scrape a living from his mercy. Which is just the most children live within the limitations of money, then for that I am a child really want to serve even though only a small portion to thank Ms. I, for that I ventured to seek the help of the money for home improvement and survival, for philanthropists and donors which has an excess of material of money, would presumably help the mother I set aside a small portion of the money donated to the Mother I am the current conditions listed above.
For those who are willing to donate please send to the bank account below
BCA (Bank Central Asia) Serang Branch.
Rangkasbitung Unit.

Thus I will now submit applications for assistance to be informed, before I thank you.

Best regards
photos of my mom's house could be seen on facebook
Fri, 13 Jun 2014 00:45 EDT
Teaching English and Japanese
Hi there,

My name is Yui and I am Japanese from Australia.
I teach English and Japanese.

Please contact me if you are interested.
My Email address is : learningfromyui@gmail.com

皆さん、こんにちは。 私はゆいと申します。
Mrs. Victoria Bonis
Sat, 2 Nov 2013 02:08 EDT
We would like to inform to the japanese comunity in Chiang Mai that now here is possible to meet the Flamenco dancing teacher and coreographer from Spain Mrs. Victoria Bonis.
To contact her please writte to :mcaminando@gmail.com
atelier:Sankara-39-41 Ratchvithi-Muang Chaing Mai.
Alison Stokes
Fri, 7 Sep 2012 22:19 EDT
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
私が言うことができることが何もなくてそれがあなたにこれらの哺乳動物に対する姿勢を変えさせるかあるいはすでにそれらの目前の死に抗議しています。 しかし私があなたにストレス〔強調〕を缶詰めにしてあなたがこの野蛮な実行〔練習〕を終えるまで日本へのどんな未来の旅行も取り消されること。

The Mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji, Japan.
Please intervene to stop the mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji. These innocent creatures are much valued and needed in our Seas and we do not support Japan's actions in these killings.

Yours from the Heart,

Alison Stokes,
Dublin, Ireland.
Mr. Ty Nakashima
Sun, 14 Aug 2011 05:47 EDT
Request 2 application forms; for Japan Tourist 3 month Visa.
Dear Consulate;
I am living in Chiang Rai and would like you to mail me 2 copies of your Japan Tourist Visa application form.
Domo Arigato for your assistance.
Ty Nakashima
P. O. Box 79
Ban Du, Chiang Rai 57100
Mongkol Chayasirisobhon
Thu, 19 Aug 2010 00:04 EDT
Concert by Dr. Manabu Takasawa Piano Recital
on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 7 p.m. at AUA Language Center Auditorium in Chiangmai on 73 Rajadamnern Rd., Chiang Mai. Tel: 053278407.
Tickets are prices at 300 and 200 baht for student. Tickets are available to purchase at the door or call for advance booking at 081-682-8000

D & M Music Studio proudly presents a piano recital by a renowned Japanese pianist Manabu Takasawa from the united States.
Dr. Manabu Takasawa, Associate Professor of Music

Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance, Literature and Pedagogy,
University of Maryland Master of Music in Piano Performance at Manhattan School of Music and his Bachelor of Arts in Music with Honors in Major Studies at Whitman College.

Born in Niigata, Japan, Mr. Takasawa came to the United States to further his musical training. He studied with Jose Rambaldi Whitman College in Washington State and with Constance Keene at Manhattan School of Music. While in New York, he Born was invited by the late Artur Balsam, a renowned pianist and chamber musician, to participate in the Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival in Maine. He also tutored with Thomas Schumacher at the University of Maryland. He has performed in master classes given by Stewart Gordon, Menahem Pressler and Vladimir Feltsman. His doctoral dissertation focused on the American musician and educator, Abram Chasins. An article he authored on Chasins has recently been published in Clavier magazine.

Mr. Takasawa has taught at Howard Community College, Whitman College, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. He is currently Associate Professor of Music and Co-Director of the Graduate Studies at the University of Rhode Island. He is the creator and director of the URI Piano Extravaganza!, an annual piano festival of concerts and a competition for the university community and surrounding areas. His interest in communicating with students through music has taken him to performances in elementary and secondary schools in the Rhode Island area, and in schools as far as Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam. He also served as President of the Rhode Island Music Teachers Association from 2004 to 2006. Mr. Takasawa's concert activities and interviews have been broadcast on WSCL-FM89.5 and WBOC-Channel 16 in Maryland, internationally on Mercury Radio (Pozan, Poland) and on a News 5 evening news broadcast in Belize.

The evening programme includes works by:

Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Three Preludes:
Danseuses de Delphes, Book 1 No.4
Les fées sont d'exquises danseuses, Book 2 No.4
Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l'air, Book 1 No.4

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Sonata in B-flat major, K.570

Yoshihiro Kanno (born 1953)
Stone Gate (2003)


Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)
Nocturne No.4 in E-flat major, Op.36

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Sonata No.2 in G minor, Op.22
So rasch wie möglich
Andantino: Getragen
Scherzo: Sehr rasch und markiert
Rondo: Presto

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