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Mays El-Jindy stimulates children's imagination through her small project

Mays El-jindy, a young Syrian woman, has launched a qualitative project under the title "Dream Book" that specializes in designing and making dolls through interactive educational methods in order to create a childish world that stimulates the imagination of children and expands their awareness based on the latest learning methods.

El-jindy was fond of the arts of painting on glass, crochet, handicrafts and sewing. Since her childhood, she had the support of her father, who was keen that his daughter possesses up-to-date kinds of colors, drawing tools and materials that her handwork needs. It is the love that grew up with her and accompanied her until she got married and started making dolls for her daughter, which formed the spark of her artistic project.

"Our Wounds Are Fruitful”.. an initiative by wounded pilot Ali Mohsen for planting 5,000 saplings

With a single leg and a strong will and determination to challenge his disability, wounded Pilot, Capt. Ali Mohsen Ali, has launched an initiative under the title “Syria Becomes Beautiful with its Trees, Our Wounds Are Fruitful” for planting 5,000 saplings .

The initiative, which aims to revive the forest and lands that were subjected to unfair burning in several provinces, and to raise awareness of citizens on the importance of restoring vegetation, is just a message of love and loyalty to the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army who sacrificed to defend the homeland.

A Syrian doctoral student wins second place in the Russian Language Olympiad

Reem Jawdat Salman, "a young Syrian graduate student", recently won the second place in the Russian Language Olympiad for foreign students studying in Russia, during the final competition that took place at San Petersburg University.The participants were  7199 male and female students , 500 of them moved to the final stage with a high competition between participants from 131 countries around the world.

Salman's excellence did not come out of the blue, as during her university studies, she obtained annually  al-Bassel certificate for academic excellence and in the summer of the third year she obtained a mission to Tanta University in Egypt as part of a training and recreational program during which she managed to obtain three certificates from the Presidency of Tanta University and from the University's Faculty of Arts.

Syrian Caricaturist Raed Khalil wins prize in Macedonia International Cartoon Festival

Syrian Caricaturist Raed Khalil won an appreciation prize in the Fifth Macedonia International Cartoon Festival which focused on the traditions of marriage in the world.

A number of international caricaturists took part in this event.

Khalil’s winning cartoon highlighted the reaction to the masculinity complex in some societies in a comic and an exaggerated way.

"Caricature ... the art of society in drawing reality"

The Arab Cultural Center in "Abu Rummaneh" hosted yesterday a symposium entitled "Caricature ... the art of society in drawing reality" with the participation of  the caricaturist Abdel Hadi al- Shamaa and journalist and critic Saad Al Qasim.

 Participants in the symposium asserted that the art of caricature, which has been an essential type of art that deals with particular social or political issues in a critical way, has declined.

Promoting volunteering for children and raising their rights in a community initiative in Homs

HOMS, (ST)_ More than 70 children who came from different neighborhoods of  Homs  came  with their families  to participate in  "Our children are the change" initiative . This event was held in Al-Waleed suburb's garden of Homs a few days ago to support the right of children in education. Within the activities of this important initiative,  a number of  children participated in various activities such as drawing, planting trees, singing, theater and reading stories. 

Al-Attarin Market (herbalists market) in Qamishli .. A destination for locals to buy spices, herbs and vegetable oils

The Attarin market in the city of Al-Qamishli is an essential destination for the people to buy what they need of perfumery, spices and some agricultural and animal products.

The market in the center of the city between the goldsmiths and cloth markets is characterized by its shops consisting of old mud buildings that extend on a single pattern, which are matched by shops located in the same way where the movement of pedestrians does not stop back and forth.