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Dareen Al Saad

Contributor profile · 9 posts · joined 15 November 2010

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Citizen of the universe, interested in almost everything, especially things that I do not know. Enjoy writing, culture, humanities and arts, and have a varied professional background, some of which were teaching English Literature and Social Studies, managing events and organizing exhibitions, copywriting, acting, etc. Currently self-employed but also attending to free-lance opportunities that come up, interviewing and writing articles about inspirational women and setting up a business in the educational industry.

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Latest posts by Dareen Al Saad

18 January 2011

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Arab World: Congratulations to Arabs Got Talents!

Arabs Got Talents debut on television drew enthusiasm and criticism from the crowd on Twitter, quickly becoming a trending topic. Here are some mixed reactions.

15 December 2010

Bahrain: Much Ado About An Ad That Says Nothing!

The short film, INFINITY, that had almost half a million viewers in two weeks and was supposed to be an advertisement for a telecommunication company in Bahrain says nothing about...

6 December 2010

Kuwait: “Stand up and fight for your youth!”

Kuwaiti Abdulla Al-Moussawi, "Sayed, The Pearl of Arabia", dubbed as the next Maradona, has been an issue of much controversy on Mark's blog. See how the dream of what could...

Iraq: Suicide Bombers “dispersed like flowers in a field…”

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