FEATURE So long the highway no. 1006 or Chiang Mai San Kamphaeng Road has been known in the cultural road and also the handicraft highway. It is lined with workshops and showrooms opened for visitors to admire traditional skills in action. From the soft touch craft like mulberry, cotton or silk to the hard stuffs like lacquer-wares, ceramics and silverwares. It can be said that only few tourists leave Chiang Mai without making at least a half day or the whole day around here. Apart from shopping, most showrooms are highlighted in their shows, and let's see the important cog making San Kamphaeng still popular. DINING San Kamphaeng's down-to-earth dining spots from the big meal to the local yummy snack. TEST TASTE International food with excellent riverside space at The River Market, friendly cooking school with wonderful recipes at 'Pum Thai Restaurant and Cooking School, a new cozy bistro near Prince's Royal College at Natwat Home Cafe and the compact size with tasteful 'mini' style at Cafe Mini, Nimmanhaemin. DESIGN Hints about umbrellas and their worldwide history.