Daily Archives: January 6, 2013

Kuwait kicks off 21st GCC cup with 2-0 win against Yemen, #kuwait #football #q8

Congratulations Kuwait

Kuwait kicks off 21st GCC cup with 2-0 win against Yemen

Kuwait football team kicked off its 21st football Gulf Cup of Nations tournament match, with a win against Yemen 2-0 on Sunday.

The first half ended goalless, but in the second Kuwait’s Yusuf Nasser scored at the 63th minute from a header. The second goal was made by also Striker Bader Al-Mutawa at the 82nd minute, a shot from a bouncing ball from outside the 18th yard. After the match, the Kuwaiti team, the defending champion, now with three points and Yemen with no points. Next Wednesday the Kuwaiti team will face Iraq, while Saudi Arabia play against Yemen.


The French Institute is back with a new amazing concert #kuwait #q8

The French Institute in Kuwait and the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters have the pleasure to invite you to the concert of Sylvain Barou Trio which will be held on the occasion of the 19th Al-Qurain Cultural Festival.

Trio Sylvain Barou
Kuwait National Library – Gulf Road
Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 7:30PM

Free Admission

The Kuwait is the 22nd best country to be born #kuwait #q8

The Kuwait is the 22nd best country to be born :-)


A funny question ends with a serious answer.

Which country will be the best for a baby born in 2013?

To answer this, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a sister company of The Economist, has this time turned deadly serious. It earnestly attempts to measure which country will provide the best opportunities for a healthy, safe and prosperous life in the years ahead.

Its quality-of-life index links the results of subjective life-satisfaction surveys—how happy people say they are—to objective determinants of the quality of life across countries. Being rich helps more than anything else, but it is not all that counts; things like crime, trust in public institutions and the health of family life matter too. In all, the index takes 11 statistically significant indicators into account. They are a mixed bunch: some are fixed factors, such as geography; others change only very slowly over time (demography, many social and cultural characteristics); and some factors depend on policies and the state of the world economy.