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[Photo News] EMIRATI WOMEN'S DAYBy Sanjay Kumar
Published : Aug. 29, 2023 - 15:45
Aisha Bilkhair, research advisor and head of the Oral History Team at the National Library and Archives, shared her understanding of human heritage, sustainability, United Arab Emirates-Korea cultural similarities and the role of women in human history at a celebration of Emirati Women’s Day at Lotte Hotel in Jung-gu, Seoul, Tuesday.
Founded in 2015 by Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, widely known as the Mother of the Nation for the UAE, the day honors Emirati women’s efforts and leadership in shaping their nation.
Bilkhair discussed the lives of women, social etiquette, survival techniques, collective action, the role of mothers and the development of civilization, highlighting the similarities between Emirati and Korean culture. The event was hosted by the UAE Embassy in Seoul.
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