Not too long ago, people generally thought of internet more as a luxury than as a necessity. Undoubtedly, it makes life more convenient. For example, you can use an internet connection to watch Netflix, keep in touch with friends on social media, and even pay your taxes. But a necessity for life? It just didn’t
Things we could do as a community to avoid a second peak in COVID-19 cases, or another pandemic down the road.
New Year’s Eve in 2019 was a celebration around the world as we welcomed the start of a brand-new decade. For many, it was a hopeful time, a year of new beginnings, planning, and building the future. Amidst all those celebrations, none of us would have predicted the global turmoil that would soon fall upon
Meta: The fairly recent boom of e-commerce as a result of novel coronavirus will continue to change the stay at home game. It’s likely that businesses that are quick to strategically move their trades online will survive now and post-pandemic. The continued spread of novel COVID-19 has impacted every part of our lives, from how
This year’s events have served as a painful reminder that even with modern technology, we’re still subject to the dangers of infectious disease. As we successfully flatten the curve and lockdown restrictions are being eased, city planners are now placed in an uncomfortable position. How do you let people back into public while remaining safe?
Life before the COVID-19 pandemic feels like a distant memory – a memory that we might never be able to fully relive again. The global turmoil set in place by the invisible virus has changed more than just our lifestyles; its effects have shifted the trajectory of our way of thinking, our roles in the
Name: Moudhi Hamad Abusatwa Al-Hajri Education: Bachelor of Science Occupation: Artist (Painting on silk, Graphics and Photography) Memberships: Awards: The Anqa’ International Exhibition Golden award 2014 The Arabian Woman Award 2013 Business Women Group Award 2013 Kuwait’s third summit for Khaliji Visual Art Award Personal Exhibitions: The First Art Exhibition: Painting on silk, 1999. The
Abdulrahman Al Dorani is a fine artist from Qatar. His work in general moves along two trajectories, realism and expressionism, documenting the heritage of his country in one, while incorporating modern innovations and flourishes in another. He is entirely self-taught artist and lives to be creative. He is inspired by things he sees around him
Everything from the film industry to the workspace is being challenged by changes in communication made necessary by the coronavirus lockdown. Some companies and researchers are proclaiming this to be the end of the traditional office space. This implies that the current work from home environment is not a learning opportunity for how we conduct
The coronavirus has had a natural impact on the global economy by reducing business activity, causing some industries to reduce their output and many small businesses to temporarily or permanently close. The broader impact of the virus on global finances, however, is evident in changing market expectations related to stability as the corona era heads
My name is Martyn Stewart. I’m a Chartered Psychologist and Consultant here in Qatar from England. And I work with people with their mental well-being how everybody’s behaving is normal. This is expected that everybody would behave like this because we have never dealt with anything like this before so people don’t have any programs
My name is Alexander. I’m the chairman and CEO of Luxury Trade & Marketing Group what also includes lifestyle equipment Solutions a biggest rental company for equipment and Furniture. We have also a supply chain for Hospitality with full-service like coffee and also we have operating dinner in the sky. All of them right now
I am Behnaz Larssen, I am from Iran, Tehran, and I have been living in Qatar for almost thirteen years, but at three different times. I am a realist, though not a photorealist. I paint dreams. Usually, when I paint I only see things that are positive. So that’s why I could never paint anything