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  • #1 written by Flemming Boetker
    about 3 years ago

    I would like to draw your attention to your edition of the “Thailand Public Holidays & Festivals 2011 Calendar”.
    On Asahna Puja Day, you mistakenly make 15 July 2011 a Sunday, but it should be a Friday.
    Thus, Khao Pansa Day on 16 July 2011 should be a Saturday instead of a Monday.
    I think you may mistakenly have been looking at a 2012 calendar for the weekdays ;-)
    Kind regards
    Flemming Boetker

  • #2 written by Singapore Holiday
    about 3 years ago

    Thanks for notifying us. The calendar has been corrected.

    Regards,
    Fernando

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