With this issue, we mark our second anniversary of Sail eMagazine. In those 2 years we witnessed many great achievements for the team, a lot of growth in the content, and definitely, a steady increase in our readership.
To commemorate this date, we are hosting an event on the 3rd of March, 2012 to celebrate where we have reached with our journey, and to celebrate our team with our readers. Join us in our anniversary! For more details about the event, please view this link.
Also, with our 2nd anniversary, we are revealing our new logo. The new logo, designed by Shamsa Al Abbar, is meant to reflect a publication style of a logo, and also to integrate officially the electronic “e” into the logo, so that our logo can reflect our identity of being an online magazine through stating it as an eMagazine rather than a Magazine. Many thanks to Shamsa for helping us redefine our logo as per our vision.
We are glad to announce 2 new members to our team, Abdulla AlSuwaidi is joining us as an editor, and Fatma AlHashemi is joining us an illustrator. We welcome them both to the team and hope you enjoy their work.
Here is the content of our 24th issue:
- Art of Living: Hamda AlHashemi writes about understanding, accepting, and overcoming disabilities.
- Beyond Inspiration: AlAnoud AlMadhi explains how our feelings of admiration towards a person doesn’t prevent us from wanting to make them different.
- Community Talk: Khalid AlAmeri discusses the recent survey that 72% of UAE’s expat population knew nothing about the UAE’s Culture.
- Interview: Rooda AlNeama interviews Dubai Abulhoul about her debut novel: “Galagolia”.
- Just Another Undergrad: Fatma Bujsaim explores ways to cope with losing someone/something dear to us.
- Scenes from Life: Rawan Albina interviews Iman Ben Chaibah and writes about the importance of perseverance.
- Sense & Suitability: Haif Zamam challenges us to speak up for those who cannot speak up for themselves.
- Society of Tomorrow: Mohamed Al Juneibi looks at the relative ease through which people become polarized in their views through their day to day use of cyberspace.
- The Mind’s Eye: Moadh Bukhash addresses the issue of tolerance in today’s globalizing society.
- Too Blunt for Words: Fatma Alkhaja urges to treat everyone with equal amount of respect that they deserve in an office, regardless of grade, rank, pay, or education.
- To The Point: Mohammed Kazim discusses how people have gone from worshipping Allah to worshipping society.
- Words, Observations & Ramblings: Reem Abdalla gives 8 tips on dealing with negative people.
Enjoy the reads!
Iman Ben Chaibah
Editor in Chief
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