Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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Impact of coronavirus: What will post-pandemic movie business look like?

The cinema sector has been hit hard by the coronavirus lockdown measures as shootings had to be put on hold, according to experts. Previously, the...

Chui—the Spice of Khulna

While peeking over the traditional food recipes of Khulna or even of Bangladesh, a spicy name—Chui Beef (beef prepared with the hot spices and...

Live-streaming creativity: How lockdown is dismantling borders for Arab artists

Lockdown is bringing an ironic sense of freedom to artists in the Middle East, with live streams dismantling borders and opening frontiers like never...

Meet Philip Juma: The London chef celebrating Iraqi culture through food

JUMA Kitchen celebrates the best of Iraqi cuisine. Date of publication: 19 May, 2020 Philip Juma's love for Iraqi food runs deeper than the tantalising tastes...

What is Nowruz? The Persian New Year explained

More than 300 million people celebrate Nowruz every year. When is it celebrated and how will it be affected by the coronavirus pandemic? Nowruz is the...

How a Syrian comedian brought my Arab American family together

Happiness meant staying up late with my father to watch Ghawar al-Toshi, one of the most popular characters in Arab-language films and television (MEE/Illustration by Mohamad Elaasar)


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