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Egyptian Students Less Likely to Study in US

Data gathered by shows that priorities of Egyptian students have shifted when it comes to their destinations for studying abroad. The report mentions that in the period between January and April, the US lost its first place to Canada, followed by the UK and Australia. Following are some points and key findings of the …

Daily News Egypt

‘Pick A Street’ supports hearing impaired children with street art

Aiming to use different kinds of arts as a tool for creating positive social impact, a group of young artists launched the “Pick A Street” initiative that roams Cairo streets, raising awareness about important societal issues and problems. The initiative plans to support different non-governmental organisations and charities by raising funds through street performances. “The …

Rana Khaled

Cairo Opera House hosts Rym Magdi’s art exhibition

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, Cairo Opera House is hosting Rym Magdi’s art exhibition in the Etigah gallery, palace of arts at the Opera House grounds, between 9 and 25 April. The exhibition is open to the public from 10 am till 2 pm and from 5pm till 9pm on a daily …

Rana Khaled


Drums Festival shines in its 5th edition

In its 5th edition, the Drums Festival kicked off Friday night with several performances themed around the topic “Drums for Peace”. Attempting to promote tourism and merge musical cultures, 25 different countries took part in this year’s edition. The festival started at the Citadel’s Youssef Theatre with the performances of different drum troupes that took …

Daily News Egypt