CaricatureDecember 3, 2016

Sail Caricature – Neighbor Favors

We’re proud to introduce our newest addition to Sail Magazine, a new section for caricatures: #SailCaricatures.  

CommunityNovember 27, 2016

How Disney Projects Orientalism Through Their Movies

What are the aspects of Orientalism that are found in Disney’s movies like Aladdin (1992) and Mulan (1998),

NationalNovember 25, 2016

Lieutenant General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina Passes Away

Today, the UAE has lost one of its most loyal men in public service. Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina was The Dubai Police Lieutenant General Commander in Chief, with a tenure in Dubai police for 33 years. Major highlights in his Dubai Police tenure: He joined the force in 1983 Appointed as a narcotics officer in

Thoughts of a ReaderNovember 22, 2016

Careful! You’re Being Cultivated by TV!

What is the cultivation theory and how does it relate to advertising? The Cultivation Theory attributes misconceptions about

Books and WordsNovember 20, 2016

Why Do Writers Write? Reflections from International Authors

Why do writers write? and Who do they want to reach through their writings? Reflecting on a SIBF2016

Pocket Full of BooksNovember 11, 2016

Book Review: The Girl On The Train

Reviewing Paula Hawkins’s book: The Girl On The Train, a thriller told through the eyes of three different

Self ReflectionNovember 10, 2016

How My Panic Attacks Started, And 5 Tips To Manage Them

Having a panic attack is a scary experience, and it is the result of the accumulation of anxiety

Back to HumanityNovember 7, 2016

“The True Cost” of Fast Fashion

Have you ever wondered how we can get good quality clothes at such a low price? Have you

Books and WordsNovember 4, 2016

#SailBookRecommendations Campaign, Find Your Next Read – Finale

As we mentioned in the last few weeks, and as part of our continuous pursuit at Sail to encourage and endear reading to our social media followers, we’ve launched a campaign the month of October under the social media hashtag: #SailBookRecommendations. In this hashtag, we curated a daily book recommendation from our team members and

The Words WithinNovember 1, 2016

The Struggles and Accolades of Half Emiratis

Looking at the struggles that some half-Emiratis go through, and some of their success stories across the globe. The UAE is a country known for its diversity and openness in welcoming people from all walks of life who have established themselves here and call this place home. As a result of this growth, UAE Nationals have

Books and WordsOctober 28, 2016

#SailBookRecommendations Campaign, Find Your Next Read – Part 3

As we mentioned last week, and as part of our continuous pursuit at Sail to encourage and endear

Culture, Society and Change!October 27, 2016

Why Do People Choose Shopping Malls To Spend Their Free Time In The UAE?

Ever realized the reasons behind why people go to shopping malls in the UAE? And how many academic

CommunityOctober 25, 2016

What Is Climate Change? And What Are We Doing About It?

Climate change is a very common phrase nowadays, but do we really understand what it means, the extent

Books and WordsOctober 21, 2016

#SailBookRecommendations Campaign, Find Your Next Read – Part 2

As we mentioned last week, and as part of our continuous pursuit at Sail to encourage and endear reading to our social media followers, we’ve launched a campaign this month under the social media hashtag: #SailBookRecommendations. In this hashtag we are curating a daily book recommendation from our team members and from our followers, those

Habillez-MoiOctober 19, 2016

The Making of a Clothing Collection

How can we compare between the high-end brands and mass retailers’ development process of the seasonal collections? I’ve

The Philosopher's StoneOctober 17, 2016

Ever Noticed The Heritage Sites On Our Banknotes?

What’s the importance of the heritage sites found on our banknotes and how important is it for our generation to integrate that knowledge in the educational system. The Jumeirah and Salem Al Mutawa Mosques or the Al Fahidi Fort are seen a few times a day on average, by any person who lives in the United