The 7th Dubai International Dance Festival is all set to return this summer, providing a celebration of opportunities to worldwide well-known dance companies, classical dance academies, youth orchestras, bands and music ensembles to show off their talent.
This exclusive multi-arts event is set to cast a wider net on a larger audience with better and elaborate performances. The event is a motivation for the conception of new creative activity through artistic collaborations with organizations from UAE, the Middle East, and the rest of the world.
The International Dance Festival is the biggest dance event in the city boasting four days of performances, live entertainment, themed dance parties, workshops, international guest DJs, dance competitions and more.
If you want to be there at the event, visit the event’s website for more details.
If you swim to live and live to swim, then your passion for swimming will be richly rewarded at the international FINA Swimming World Cup two-day meet organized between August and November each year. The Dubai circuit is planned from Sunday, 31st August to Monday, 1st September 2014 at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Sports Complex. Continue reading →
The ever declining education standards of nurseries in Dubai have created the much expected tension amongst parents. Lately, many nurseries have been reported to be running without proper teacher instruction, while some witness the absence of teachers from nursery schools.
In these uncertain, changing times, when extreme temperatures are adversely affecting humanity, Dubai Holding plans to show to the world how enclosed temperature controlled cities could be a solution to these increasing problems. Continue reading →
Ramadan is the holy ninth month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims observe fast from sunrise to sunset. Food is consumed only before sunrise and during the fast-breaking meal known as Iftar, usually with a big meal with friends and family or at Iftar tents. While fasting, Muslims abstain from food, drink, smoking and sexual relations. Regarded as the Five Pillars of Islam, fasting during Ramadan also means increased praying and recitation of Quran. Since, it is an intensely spiritual and sacred period; Non-Muslims are expected to respect the sentiments of fasting Muslims and maintain the sanctity of Ramadan. Continue reading →
The ninth holy month of Ramadan is a spiritual period for fasting Muslims. Throughout the day, they abstain from worldly pleasures like food, drinks, smoking and sexual relations. They consume food only before sunrise (Suhoor) and at the time of sunset with a tasty & healthy Iftar meal. An Iftar meal is often consumed as a community at big Iftar tents since Ramadan is the time for people to come together and get to know each other. Continue reading →
Ramadan is the perfect opportunity for people of different nationalities to intermingle and celebrate the spirit of the holy fasting month. In a bid to the explore the cultural heritage of this cosmopolitan city, Dubai government invite a number of retailers from across the world to showcase their diverse variety of goods and catch up on the spending fervour during the Ramadan period and before Eid.
The Ramadan Night Market has always been an important opportunity for retailers to significantly attract customers and make the most of the huge demand. Shoppers can find almost anything at the exhibition including electronics, furniture, clothes, perfumes, spices and many more! Continue reading →