National Geographic Abu Dhabi (NGAD) and Almarai announced that over 50,000 photographs from across the Arab world have been submitted for the 9th edition of ‘Moments’, its annual regional photography competition to nurture the talent of aspiring regional photographers.
As part of the ongoing drive to promote global peace and stability across the world, Dubai-based International Institute for Tolerance launched two initiatives – the World Tolerance Network and Tolerance Decathlon. The move, launched in Dubai on Tuesday, is aimed at promoting tolerance and human dialogue as well as to establish the UAE as a global model of tolerance.
Indians emerged winners in the test of originality, aesthetics and creativity as children from across the UAE converged at one of the biggest national art forums to explore the Picasso in them. The 8th UC Dino Art National Competition, held this weekend saw Indians bagging 35 awards with Pakistanis, Sri Lankans Turkish, Sudanese, Jordanian and Iranian participants sharing 9 awards among themselves. Among the 11 Champions, Indians once again ruled the roost winning 9 prizes.
North Korea won’t send its women’s soccer team to a regional competition set to take place in South Korea in December. The East Asian Football Federation said on Wednesday that North Korea informed it in mid-September that it won’t take part
K-pop -- along with K-drama soap operas -- has been one of South Korea's most successful cultural exports to date.
Iraqi photographers from the city of Basra have dominated Xposure International Photography Festival’s #HomeCaptured contest, now in its third week, as Ahmed Lazem took home the first prize of US$ 1,000 while Saad Al Hamady claimed the runner-up position, winning US$ 750.
An eight-man exhibition competition at the Base Tennis Academy in the tiny town of Hoehr-Grenzhausen, near Koblenz, was the first tournament to be played since coronavirus brought tennis to a halt in mid-March.
Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah (Sajaya), an affiliate of the Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators, has announced the launch of a carefully curated programme of e-activities to mark the start of its annual competitions during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Students of Pristine Private School (Pristine) on Tuesday scooped the top scores against their neighbours in Al Muhaisnah, Al Qusais, Dubai at the “2nd DAPP Quiz Bowl-UAE Heritage,” in commemoration of the 48th UAE National Day on Dec. 2.
The photography competition under the theme of ‘Souqs’ has been won by two Arab women, one from Lebanon and one from Oman, after their entries were selected from over 50,000 photographs submitted by people from all over the Arab world.