Eid-Ul-Fitr Celebrations by SAEEA Members in Karachi
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - July-August 2014
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - June 2014
Until the 1970s, Finland had one of the most bureaucratic and centralized education systems in Europe. It was not because the Finnish people or the government lacked the will or desire for a better education system but because the country had limited natural resources
Highlights of SAEEA 10th Reunion
When ‘Udhailiyah’s Wadi Al-Saeed Golf Club vice president Josh Olson contacted Oliver Horovitz about coming to Saudi Arabia, Horovitz’s first thought was, “There’s golf there?” His second thought was, “I want to play golf there.”
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes – May 2014
The ’Udhailiyah School K3 class visited the site of the future Ladies Health and Fitness Center as part of their current studies on buildings. Their teacher, Candice Jensen, came up with the idea of a field trip to an actual construction site to show her students how buildings are made.
Al-jawhara in Arabic means jewel and this is exactly what Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah wanted to give the Saudi youth, a state-of- the-art football stadium at King Abdullah Sports City, which the Saudis named Al-Jawhar
Seventy-five years ago today, Casoc, now Saudi Aramco, had its first customer for a tanker-load of oil. If the company had been a mom and pop bakery, they would have proudly framed that first dollar bill.
Saturday marked the 9th anniversary of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah’s accession to the throne and pledging of allegiance to him.
A few months ago, I received an invitation to lecture at Bridgewater University, which is located in the suburbs of Boston. The visit, though brief, brought back many memories. Last year, the National Council on US-Arab Relations had organized a forum in Washington, D.C.
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - April 2014
Hajer Football Club in Al-Ahsa is considered one of the oldest clubs in the Kingdom. And it is the first and probably the only sports club in the Kingdom that used the image of a plant on its badge. The club since its establishment around the year 1949 used the palm tree as its emblem.
On Feb. 23, 2013, my article titled “Saudi stability and royal succession” was published in Arab News. Truth be told, I wrote that article after reading several reports and commentaries on Saudi Arabia published in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. Most of the material was produced by westerners or by analysts of this region but based in the West. Western media outlets carried those analyzes.
“Seize the day!” signals retiree Adrianus Verhoeven, now 77. As a Tapline employee, he cycled 3,730 miles home to Holland in 1960; in 2012, he topped that with a 3,872-mile ride across the United States.
Do you know where to find the only house to be built in Dhahran with a chimney? Or in which residential garden the first grass was grown? Or maybe you would like to find out which public building has a secret door into its roof or the location of the first dedicated training center for Saudi women.
Prayers for Mr. Kamal Ahmed Farooqi-President SAEEA
More than 600 delegates traveled to the Royal Commission in Yanbu’ to attended the annual Saudi Downstream Conference held March 4 and 5. The conference brought together key stakeholders and businesses from throughout the region to discuss how to maximize opportunities from the Saudi downstream sector of petrochemicals and renewables.
It was until 1975 that Jubail was a small fishing village. Commuting from Dammam to Jubail was time consuming and tiring. That small fishing village had very few inhabitants living in small houses dotted along the Arabian Gulf’s shoreline.