Women in Saudi Arabia have made some progress in participating in sports for health, competition, and professional opportunities but serious barriers remain. On the eve of the Rio Olympics, the Saudi government, including the new women’s section of the Saudi sports authority, should remove the remaining barriers to sports in schools, businesses, federations, and team sports.
The St. Louis Modern Chinese School (SLMCS) is an American school teaching Chinese and Chinese culture. SLMCS is an active member of Chinese School Association in the United States (CSAUS) with some 150 member schools and more than 20,000 enrolled students. The school is located at 6710 Clayton Road in Richmond Heights, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis.
It was established in 1997 by the Mainland China-origin community and at that time it had 40 students. By 2007 there were several hundred students.
The school has registered as a non-profit Chinese language school and provides a facility that services the St. Louis community. SLMCS is utilized as a part-time school for its students who are preparing for higher education and face ongoing global challenges. With continuous demand during the past few years, SLMCS quickly has become the largest Chinese school in the Midwest of the United States.
Pattern, is a new up-coming concept store located at the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.The store would officially open in late April with an aim to meet the demand of the local market and provide a unique experience for fashion, arts, streetwear, sportswear, glasses, books and stationaries.The store is four hundred square-meter establishment located in north of Riyadh.
Hind Al Ghanim is a loving mother and a Saudi art collector.As the owner of Pattern store, Hind is passionate about changing the prospective of local stores in the region.Her art collection includes artworks of Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Jimmie Martin, Afshin Pirhashmei, Ahmed Mater and Abdulnasser Gharem.
Founded in 1991, the Arabian Society for Human Resource Management (ASHRM)is a society dedicated to the management and development of human resources and the exchange of information and expertise in this area.
ASHRM is a not-for-profit organization that aims to be the “Regional Voice of HR”.Its mission is to promote the human resource profession and advancethe human capital capabilities of organizations within the region.
ASHRM 2016 Conference
ASHRM's Conference is the premier thought leadership event in the GCC for Business leaders, Heads of HR, Resourcing and Talent.
The 2016 event will see our best ever line-up of regional and international speakers come together to share their innovative and original ideas about what drives and inspires human performance.
Speakers from education, business, academia, science and sporting worlds will share their ideas about inspiring people, keeping talent inspired, and creating and leading world class teams and businesses.
is a Non-Governmental/ Non-Profit Organization, initiated under the power of appointment by King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia instructed by Royal Decree No. 7095/mb dated 14-10-2010 (5-10-1431 A.H.) Inaugurated by the official patronage of Ministry of Municipalities & Rural Affairs sponsored by the Private Sector, in 2010 Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 2014 SGBF Trust Foundation chartered by Ministry of Justice court order number 35237726 dated 9-5-1435 licensed by Ministry of Commerce & Industry number 1010411041 dated 17-6-1435.
The word “Hamsa” comes from the Hebrew word “Hamesh,” or the Arabic “Khmsah,” which means five. The series is inspired by the Hamsa hand found throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
The project challenges the known and complex forms of Khmsah by bringing clarity and simplicity.
The core of the project is simple to experiment with design and test the series in a wide range of formats and mediums. The series is designed to be effective on a wide range of materials, weather it is fabric, metal, paper, or any digital applications. The symbol and typography were constructed from equal circle grid to make the design more symmetrical and even.
Learn more at Khmsah.com