February 24, 2013 1 Comment
This is a cute Microsoft Explorer commercial, very spot on. They captured the lives of the 90′s kids perfectly. I’m getting so nostalgic about the 90′s, even though I wasn’t a kid then anymore.
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July 30, 2012 Leave a Comment
الدعاية حدها كيوت و دمها خفيف
July 28, 2012 Leave a Comment
Way to Bahrain. You looked awesome!!
March 19, 2012 Leave a Comment
The Chocolate colored cake is a Chocolate Caramelized Pecan with Crunchy
The Green colored cake is a Caramelized Almond, Mousse Macaroon with Vanilla Sponge
The Pink colored cake is a Pistachio with Vanilla and Caramelized Pistachio
“Haven’t decided yet on what to give your mother on Mother’s Day? Opera has the answer for you with a variety of elegant cakes to choose from. Call 25337703/ 22407700/ Hot line 1820101 to reserve one of these cakes for your special mother or for any further questions”
February 28, 2012 Leave a Comment
Achar mango Bu Jamal is a fixed old stable on every Kuwaiti table, it dates from way back in the day. Back then, its terrible steely cover was somewhat acceptable, even though you had to handle the jar with a towel so you don’t cut or scrape your hand.
But as the years passed by, less and less people bought Bu Jamal, because the cap always looks dirty and dangerous. I’m glad someone decided to give it a facelift.
While walking in the co-op the other day, I noticed that they changed Bu Jamal’s bottles completely. They now have a modern cap, are clean looking, and screw on and off easily. However, only the mango achar uses these new bottles, the other flavors still use the old ones. But since mango pickles are the only ones people buy, who cares about the rest.
February 5, 2012 Leave a Comment
Kuwait tv band, for traditional kuwaiti singing and dancing, did a great job at AlKout mall. They sang a few old kuwaiti songs, danced the old traditional way, and even got the audience to try dancing too.
Special thanks goes to the Commercial Bank of Kuwait for sponsoring this lovely work, it’s part of their huge “يا زين تراثنا” campaign.
February 1, 2012 1 Comment
The United States’s Embassy in Kuwait has a development program called the Middle East Partnership Initiative (or MEPI) aimed at young Kuwaiti youth, giving them several opportunities to travel or study in the US.
The latest MEPI program is called Student Leaders Program. It’s a 6 week exchange program course, that will take place this summer in the USA:
The Student Leaders program is an intensive exchange program to the United States. Approximately 100 students are expected to participate in 2012, joining nearly 1,000 program alumni. The program will last six weeks, from June 26 – August 7, 2012.
Students are divided among up to six U.S. academic institutions where they develop leadership skills and expand their understanding of civil society, as well as the democratic process and how both may be applied in their home communities.
Participants have the opportunity to meet their American peers, engage in local community service activities, and observe and take part in the governmental process on the local, state, and federal levels. The institutes include academic coursework, as well as study tours to various regions of the United States. Upon completion of the U.S.-based programs, host institutes work with participants to implement civic engagement programs in their home communities.
If you want to know more about their other programs (like their student exchange or young leaders programs), then click [here].