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December 2nd marks the 41st UAE National Day celebrations and Eton Institute, UAE’s largest training hub, has already began celebrations through numerous free cultural awareness initiatives to give the expat community a taste of the enchanting and classical culture of their host country.

With only three out of ten expatriates in the UAE understanding the country’s local customs and traditions, Eton Institute has dedicated the month of November to create awareness about the country that has given expatriates exceptional opportunities for career success and personal growth. The celebrations have started off in Abu Dhabi and Dubai on the 11th of November with free introductory Arabic courses to give language enthusiasts a taste of the local language. Other initiatives for the month of November are: Read more

dar el-ilm School of Languages (DEI) has announced a new and unique class that teaches children ages 7-15 the Arabic Folklore dance of Dabke. The class will focus on learning the dance as well as the meaning behind the moves to encourage students to learn more about the Arab tradition.

Dabke is an Arabic Folklore dance that comes from the Levant region. It is usually preformed at weddings and special occasions. Every country has its own version of the dance. The class at dar el ilm will have a professional Dabke dancer who will show the students how to dance the Dabke from Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine. While the children are learning the dance Read more

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