October 27, 2013 Leave a Comment
Great video if you celebrate Hallowween. Super easy tips on how to carve the perfect Jack-O’-Lantern.
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October 27, 2013 Leave a Comment
These are a few of the things you can do in Alaska in winter:
Click on the pics to make them bigger and view them as a slideshow.
September 22, 2013 Leave a Comment
Kuwait had a Japanese Pop culture festival 10 days ago. It was held at Kuwait’s National Library, and was a smash hit.
The festival was organized by Fikra, a local company, with the help of other Kuwaiti youth. The Ambassador of Japan came to the event because of his prior relations to Fikra, and he was the one who supplied the venue through the Cultural council. While the M.O.Youth just sent an undersecretary, and that was the extent of the ministry’s involvement in thr festival.
Anyways, the M.O.Youth took credit of this hugely successful event, and claimed it organized the whole festival. Reducing the efforts of Fikra and friends to that of associates or volunteers. The ministry later half tried to correct this, slightly amending their claim to a more honest one.
The festival took months of hard work and expenses to get it organized successfully. Contacting people and businesses, getting the cubicles and booths setup, organizing the costume and anime contests and prizes, and getting the display objects. All that took a great deal of effort and money.
If this festival was in Dubai, it wold be the kind that gets the personal appearance of Sh. Mohammad Bin Rashid. But here in Kuwait, the Ministry shamelessly robs the efforts of the young youth instead of supporting them. Shame on you.
September 10, 2013 Leave a Comment
Japanese Pop Culture Festival in Kuwait this Thursday and Friday, at the National Library of Kuwait.
Sept. 12 and 13, from 6 pm.
The festival will hold exciting and fun activities like: Anime Drawing, Figure Modeling, CosPlay contest (think Comicon), and Shadowloo showdown qualifiers (games listed below).
The festival is a must for all fans of Japanese Pop Culture, be anime or serious gaming. It’s a unique festival to have in Kuwait, a must see fun hip event for family and youth It definitely something new and fresh. It’s an official event is organized by Fikra Events, in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan and the M.O. Youth Affairs.
بالتعاون مع وزارة الدولة لشئون الشباب و سفارة اليابان, تعلن (فكرة) عن المهرجان الياباني
(Japanese Pop Culture Festival)
الذي سيقام في المكتبة الوطنية في يوم الخميس و الجمعة 12 و 13 سبتمبر من الساعة 6 مساء
يتضمن المهرجان مسابقة رسمم (انيمي), مسابقة (كوسبلاي), مسابقة تركيب المجسمات, و بطولة العاب الفيديو
للمزيد من المعلومات الاتصال على 97603181 او تابعونا على موقع التواصل الاجتماعي
The National Library is the huge beautiful building on Gulf Road, opposite Seif Palace and Amiri Diwan, just before Slider Station and Pizzeta [map].
June 9, 2013 1 Comment
Looking for a healthy, fun summer for your kids? The XCamp is the place to be! It’s all about fitness, health and summer fun! With XCamp your child will discover many interesting Sports and will find out what’s their favorite!
The X Camp to be conducted at GUST University starts from 23rd of June to 4th of July 2013 – 9:00AM to 2:00PM. For ages 4 to 8 years only.
This summer camp contains activities like: Swimming, Running, Climbing, Martial Arts, Horseback Riding, Football, Ice Skating and a Nutrition Program for Kids.
With the help of this camp children participating will be encouraged to engage in a healthy and active lifestyle.
Registration still open on www.pro-vision.com.kw/events
For more details please contact us on 60643361 or email email@example.com
April 29, 2013 3 Comments
If you ever want to rent a boat for the day or go fishing in Kuwait, then this site is for you. FishFishME offers boat rentals and fishing trips for Kuwait and the GCC. Each boat comes with its own experienced driver, and they range from 25 footers to 33. You can rent the boats either from Kuwait City (at souq sharq) or from Khairan.
Their prices are very reasonable, starting from KD 25 for a 25 foot boat that carries up to 4 people to Kd 80 for a 33 footer that accommodates up to 12. Trips last 6 hours, and can be booked either for a morning or an evening tour. You can use the boats to go fishing, cruise the sea, or visit Kuwaiti islands.
Booking have to be made in advance. You can check out their site for more details on how to book or call Abdullah on Tel. 67665606.
March 13, 2013 Leave a Comment
Expect to find food and art-craft kiosks, competitions and prizes, fun games, and lots of food and drink.
These lovely pics were taken from their Instagram account @Thekarnival