Thank you Aziz AlBahar for sending this in, good luck !
Its Our pleasure to inform you that we’re having this week as a hobbies week in our College, and we have a message :
!!!!!!!!!!! ATTENTION !!!!!!!!!!! TOMORROW ..
you’ll have the pleasure to discover* Hidden Talents Of CBA *
The expo will be held in CBA (Circle-Square-Cafeteria)
where you’ll meet a lot of TALENTS & Surprises.From 10 am – 2 pmSunday – Thursday
DON’T MISS IT ; )
Thank you very much we really appreciate it.
Yours sincerely,Student Association Of College Of Business Administration.
The academic objective for this day is to understand the UK start-up scene by visiting three London start-up perspectives and talking to the founders and managers while discussing different business models and approaches. The first successful start-up is BraveNewTalent.com, a new social networking platform, designed to connect the world’s top talent with employers of their choice. The company’s aim is to allow talent to assume control of their career search, and to reduce the complications involved.
After this interesting visit the students went to meet Rajeeb Dey, the Founder & CEO of Enternships.com, a portal which connects students and graduates to start-ups and small businesses worldwide. After this visit, they went to Fruitful Office, a rapidly growing trend of UK businesses offering fresh fruit to staff, as a means to promote a healthy workplace. The founders of the business told us their story of how they started the business with the ups and downs in addition to offering us delicious fruits. With this visit we ended the academic day and it was only the start to a fun night where everyone was given the freedom to do what he or she pleases.
We decided to go to the Chelsea vs. Fulham football game in Chelsea’s Stadium at Shephard’s Bush and some of the students tagged along. For some of us, it was our first time attending a live football game in the UK, so we certainly enjoyed ourselves especially with all the cheering. As our tummies were growling through the game, we all knew we wanted dinner right after so we headed to Brompton rd. to browse through the restaurants. As we walked we saw this warm looking restaurant with red velvety chairs, so I checked out the menu, it turned out to be Russian so I decided to dine-in since I’ve never really tried the Russian cuisine before. Mohammed al-Munaikh was excited about it too but the rest kept walking away.
A few seconds later, we see them all barging in through the doors; apparently, Ciro’s Pomodoro was quite packed. We all ordered a bunch of different things and the waitress suggested a few items. The food took quite a while, but it was definitely worthwhile; I for one loved it but some of us ended up having McD’s right after. After this satisfying meal, we went back to the hotel as we were so tired after this long day.
Shamlan and the whole team, im so proud of you, this is beautiful. Bless you all.
Arraya Center Hosted a photography exhibition event for KASA (Kuwait Architecture Students Association) which promotes and publicizes local artistic talents.
All the participants are students or graduates from the Department of Architecture in Kuwait University.
The event provides participants with a chance to distinguish their work from other amateur photographers and gives them the opportunity to meet the right people in the business.
The Expo already started since Monday Oct.4 it’ll stay till tomorrow Oct.7
I do not have the ability to THANK all the participants in the interviews section. I honestly cant.
Your courage and presence is so powerful, it inspired alot, you have no idea what amount of emails im getting.
Many people have graced the front page of p0ach.com, from Photographers, Fashion designers, Chocolatiers, Entrepreneurs, Athletes, PHD holders, Architects and today, a freshly squeezed film Director.
Me7sin is what he refers to himself as. Super kind and smart. A total giver for sure. He gave me the EXCLUSIVE on how this short movie was done with alot of behind the scenes footage from the set. Read the rest of this entry »
Ahmed Al-Rubei? was a prominent liberal Kuwaiti politician, journalist, and professor.
He was a Harvard University graduate, where he received his PhD in Islamic philosophy. He was elected as a Member of Parliament in the National assembly of Kuwait in 1985, 1992, and 1999.
Served as Kuwait’s Minister of Education and Higher Education from 1992 to 1996. He was also a professor in Kuwait University’s Philosophy department.
He died on March 5th, 2008 after a two year battle with Brain Cancer.
Kuwait is a better place beacuse of the likes of him.
We will never forget you.