Citizen of the universe, interested in almost everything, especially things that I do not know. Enjoy writing, culture, humanities and arts, and have a varied professional background, some of which were teaching English Literature and Social Studies, managing events and organizing exhibitions, copywriting, acting, etc. Currently self-employed but also attending to free-lance opportunities that come up, interviewing and writing articles about inspirational women and setting up a business in the educational industry.
Latest posts by Dareen Al Saad
Arabs Got Talents debut on television drew enthusiasm and criticism from the crowd on Twitter, quickly becoming a trending topic. Here are some mixed reactions.
Do not miss the sensational fountains of Dubai which bristolg shared with us in the following video.
kemo898989 shares with us a completely different perspective of an idyllic Yemen in the following slideshow.
The following narrative on the Sinai Peninsula by Nick still exhibits people's eternal interest and curiosity in sacred places.
American Bedu, an American living in Saudi Arabia, shares with us her tips on what makes a good expatriate in Saudi Arabia.
chowderchunk shares with us a video of bloody Ashura processions in Bahrain. [Warning: Video contains graphic images.]
The short film, INFINITY, that had almost half a million viewers in two weeks and was supposed to be an advertisement for a telecommunication company in Bahrain says nothing about them! Beyond the wonderful illusion of play and adventure, lies turbulence where services and products are undermined, and a lack of credibility prevails, say netizens.
Kuwaiti Abdulla Al-Moussawi, "Sayed, The Pearl of Arabia", dubbed as the next Maradona, has been an issue of much controversy on Mark's blog. See how the dream of what could have been "one of the world's greatest football players in history" was shattered.
Layla Anwar provokes the raw reality of suicide bombers through her poetic and emotive writing – another instance of her fight and struggle to voice out the rages and volatility of the stand-still seemingly ignored and helpless situation in Iraq.