The love for and interest in art, culture and education is unavoidably visible in Qatar. The art landscape of Doha encourages local and international artists and art collectors to exhibit their creative pieces here.
If you’ve been a loyal reader, you’ll recall that I asked you to make two lists last week (healthy and unhealthy emotional responses).
The recently concluded 30th edition of Doha International Book Fair saw the launch of multiple books as authors from other countries and Qatar got the opportunity to introduce their books to the visitors.
Many from Spain have come to visit Doha through creative art pieces displayed at a recently inaugurated exhibition at Katara. The fascinating artworks attracted a huge gathering on the eve of the opening.
Shaikha al-Thani, a young Qatari entrepreneur and founder of Thirdspace, a co-working community for the self-employed in Qatar who are looking for a space to work, speaks to Mudassir Raja about her vision and coming up with the idea of collaborate working
By building American Oligarchs around the Kushner and Trump family narratives, public radio reporter Andrea Bernstein offers readers a fresh perspective on how that attitude evolved — and its implications for American democracy, writes David Kocieniewski
Dr Tejinder Singh, founder and MD of QTickets, speaks about how he set up the company and what his vision is. By Mudassir Raja