Kuwaiti bloggers have more than meets the eyes. This week we hear from a Kuwaiti teacher, a film maker and an artist. We also see how one blogger reacted when the electricity was cut at work and why a vital pedestrian crossing between two sections of a mall comes to a standstill at 11pm.
MacaholiQ8 explains why she is happy leaving her current school after she got transfered.
Last week school's over and I'm out of Jeleeb Sheyokh for good starting next semester (fingers crossed) so here's the ultimate “I HATE JELEEB SHEYOKH” post.
I will show you the trash yard (a.k.a. school) I've been working in for over 6 months. The school has been under construction for the whole time I've been there so that is the actual work environment.
EXzombie brings to our attention an event , the first Kuwaiti Amature short film festival, where he has a movie featured.
Kuwait Cinema Club and Kuwait National Cinema Company (Cinescape) are showing on Saturday June 30th and on Sunday July 1st at the Sha'ab cinema the First Kuwaiti Amateur Short Film Festival.
moodart shows his latest art which is linked with the current mood in Kuwait.
حديث الساعه في الكويت وايضا في منطقة الشرق الاوسط
the talk of the hour now in Kuwait and also in the Middle Eastقمت بتنفيذ هذا العمل يوم امس .. cinema4d + maxwellrender
I finished this work yesterday using cinema4d + maxwellrenderعبارة عن جفاف يطال خزان المياه وايضا سطح المنزل وانابيب المياه كذلك !!
It is about a drought that hit the water tank and also the house roof and water pipes.
Marzouq over at zdistrict explains his experience at work when the power went out.
The building slowly got hotter and hotter, I was running between two buildings since the phones were out. We were making phone calls on our cell phones. Only those of us who had laptops could still do some work, and those who had desktops couldn’t really do anything.
Maze over at maze of thoughts talks about his latest Virgin Mega Store visit and how he feel it is reducing its size:
I passed by VIRGIN today morning to get some CDs and realized that the place is shrinking. The whole center of the store has been blocked by white walls. Dunno what's going on but there must be something fishy…or they have leased the place to a restaurant since VIRGIN has become these days a bazaar where all shops can sell their goods. I asked the cashier what's happening and as usual I got a confused answer.
Qaiss over at Io81 writes about a problem he faced at one of the local malls and how many others faces the same problem.
Who hasn’t been to Marine Mall? It’s a landmark in Kuwait which attracts many citizens and residents basically every single day of the week (It’s always packed no matter what day it is). The Marina Mall project as everyone is aware of, constitutes of two buildings connected by a pedestrian bridge. This bridge is there to cater for the mall’s clients/customers for ease of transportation between the main mall and the Marina Crescent, which defines the shops renting at the shopping mall and the attending customers. And whenever the mall shuts at 11pm the bridge shuts as well!