One of the first things expats need to get used to when they first come to Qatar is a distinct driving style some people have on the road. Where did it come from? No one seems to have an answer. Perhaps this audio clip might be able to help a little.
A Qatari perspective on driving culture in Qatar–
(Originally published on Qatar Living)
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As part of last year’s video journalism class, I made three other news packages about the community that we live in. These three clips tackle issues such as growing caffeine addiction, the lack of reading culture and media freedom. Here you go-
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Modern shops and malls will soon replace Souq Al Haraj, but shop owners and numerous customers are not quite so pleased with the decision.
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Amid plans to move away from its dependency on food imports, Qatar has been experimenting with commercial beekeeping and honey production. Over the past year, the country’s Ministry of Environment has set up about 30 farms in the north, located strategically near indigenous Sidra trees. From their blossoms, bees gather nectar to produce sidr honey, […]
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Damien Hirst Installations
New Damien Hirst installation outside Sidra Hospital guaranteed to be another “talking point” in Qatar. More photos from the unveiling ceremony here.
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Spotted a colorful double decker bus around town? You’ve driven past a Doha Bus, one of the newest additions to Doha’s tourist scene.
Starting from this month, you can tour around the city’s most famous spots riding an open-top bus. Trundling from the airport end of the Corniche all the way to the Pearl, the route takes tourists on a tour of Doha’s past, present and future.