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“I drew it with my heart”

“I drew it with my heart”

Ahmed bin Majed al-Maadheed, Qatari artist who drew ‘Tamim Al Majd’ portrait

Highlighting Qatar’s legacy and culture

Highlighting Qatar’s legacy and culture

Abdul Kareem, an Indian expat calligrapher, speaks to Shafeeq Alingal about how Qatar helped him grow as an artist

Art: connecting communities

Art: connecting communities

Mohamed Faraj al-Suwaidi, Qatari artist, and Rashmi Agarwal, Indian expatriate and artist, speak to Joey Aguilar on how creative platforms proved to be effective in communicating with the public and connecting everyone post-blockade

Diplomatic community hails Qatar’s resilience on third anniversary of blockade

Diplomatic community hails Qatar’s resilience on third anniversary of blockade

It has been three years since the unjust siege was imposed on Qatar by its neighbouring countries.

Turn Pain into Power

Turn Pain into Power

Last week, I spent a couple of days in the hospital, I had to undergo surgery. It was my first time to go into an operating room, the whole thing was unwelcome, frightening and painful, but it also had revelatory power. It got me thinking about pain and suffering.

Sleep much?

Sleep much?

Since the 20th century, scientists have been trying vigorously to study, comprehend, and discover the effects of sleep on the human body and mind. By the first decade of the current century, scientists ascertained a large number of sleep disorders and their high prevalence in humans.

Who’s your family?

Who’s your family?

So who have you been quarantining with? With family? or Alone? I have been quarantining with my husband and my newborn during this pandemic at our home but I do visit my parents at our family home and my in-laws in their family home.

Opinion: I’ve stopped using SPF

Opinion: I’ve stopped using SPF

As humans, we’re generally very trusting. While there are many areas of life where we apply extra scrutiny in questioning ‘Is this the right thing to do?’ — there are decisions we make all the time that never second-guess things we assume are in the best interests of our health…but second-guessing

‘Shared destiny’ at heart of  We Are One global pitch

‘Shared destiny’ at heart of We Are One global pitch

Critically acclaimed Pakistani music producer Kashan Admani, who has worked alongside Pakistan’s top music talent, has produced a musical ensemble, comprising international and Pakistani musicians, among them Grammy award winning artists.

Lurking in the shadows

Lurking in the shadows

Before Philadelphia shut down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Ed had a routine: Most mornings he would head to a nearby McDonald’s to brush his teeth, wash his face and — when he had the money — buy a cup of coffee.

Sign of the times

Sign of the times

It was 2am on a Saturday morning in March, and Matthew Grayson was exhausted. The coronavirus was reshaping academic life and the Northwestern University electrical engineer had spent the day in his basement office fielding emails from fellow researchers while moving his lecture notes online

The Last of Us Part II is more than just another zombie story

The Last of Us Part II is more than just another zombie story

Now 25 years on from the outbreak, Seattle is completely overgrown. Abandoned cars are still lined up on the highway, rusted and rooted down by vegetation bursting through the tarmac.

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