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In a brief update from a previous story, Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Khunplume has confirmed that this year’s Chinese New Year Festival will be only ceremonial/religious events without events that draw large crowds like parades, carnivals, festivals, fireworks, etc.

 

First, our previous story about Chinese New Year, which falls early next week around February 1st, is here:

 

Today, January 24th, 2022, the Mayor spoke with TPN media and stated that due to ongoing concerns with Covid-19 in Banglamung, this year’s event would be only ceremonial and religious functions with small audiences following strict Covid-19 precautions like mask-wearing, social distancing, and temperature checks. In “normal” years, Chinese New Year is a major event in Pattaya, featuring parades, acrobatic shows, food festivals, and much more. However, this has not been the case now for several years due to Covid-19 concerns.

 

Full Story: https://thepattayanews.com/2022/01/24/pattaya-mayor-confirms-chinese-new-year-event-will-be-only-religious-ceremonial-no-public-carnivals-shows-etc/

 

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

In a brief update from a previous story, Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Khunplume has confirmed that this year’s Chinese New Year Festival will be only ceremonial/religious events without events that draw large crowds like parades, carnivals, festivals, fireworks, etc.

Well that's that then... 

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Where can I buy those deafening strings of crackers?  The guy next door has taken to partying till 1am & I'd like to remind him he has neighbours. I think one string every thirty minutes starting at 6am might do the trick?

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21 hours ago, mikebell said:

Where can I buy those deafening strings of crackers?  The guy next door has taken to partying till 1am & I'd like to remind him he has neighbours. I think one string every thirty minutes starting at 6am might do the trick?

You do seem to have your problems.......

Usually there is a specialist shop in a City for fireworks.....

How about a siren / alarm horn from Lazada?

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1 hour ago, jacko45k said:

You do seem to have your problems.......

Usually there is a specialist shop in a City for fireworks.....

How about a siren / alarm horn from Lazada?

Actually I don't have that many problems but as a professional writer I love composing and this forum fulfills this need.

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