Bosnian Community in Qatar is a vibrant group of expatriates who have keenly been organising and taking part in different volunteering, awareness, welfare and social activities since coming into being in 2020.
It goes beyond saying that Doha has fast become a hub for artistic activities and cultural diversity. Many people tend to find time, motivation and opportunities to indulge in their latent creative abilities and brush up their talents.
Community togetherness and bonding is felt more among expatriates as they always look for opportunities to celebrate common traditions, values, and cultures. Music remains an overriding factor when it comes to expatriates marking a national or cultural occasion in Qatar.
The Cameroonian expatriates may not be in significant numbers in Qatar but they are lot more visible with their sense of community and care for each other. Cameroonian Community in Qatar (CCQ) is a vibrant group of expatriates, who come together to do welfare and socialise with each other.
The Bangladesh expatriate community recently came together to mark the 9th anniversary of a national TV channel.
A sense of community and socialising is an important aspect of expatriates living in Qatar. Expats have long been forming community organisations and groups to celebrate their cultures, socialise, and carry out welfare work.
It is rightly said that music is the universal language of mankind. Music is the language that helps connect people of different cultures and backgrounds. It helps promote cultural and social harmony.
With modern lifestyles adding more stress on natural resources and a population to feed that is estimated to grow to almost 10bn by 2050, sustainable gastronomy is something that people should keep in mind as they source, cook and eat their food.
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