Category: Movers

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– by Kulsoom Zakir

Tempo: Ali, how did you come to UAE ?
I was born in Baghdad, and was raised in a number of different countries from Greece to England, to Canada as well! At some point my parents moved to UAE to make a better living, and this is how I ended up being here. I’m currently working as a photographer in one of the companies here in Abu Dhabi called Next Vision Production House.

Save a Turtle

Shelter for Destitute Cats and Dogs
The Abu Dhabi government is creating a haven for destitute cats and dogs, in an effort to promote animal welfare in Abu Dhabi. The shelter will be the first of its kind in the emirate and is said to be capable of housing about 200 animals.



By Sarah Widdup- An Abu Dhabi based mother shares her wisdom about homeschooling

I homeschool my daughter.  No really, I do.  Now I bet you’re either thinking ‘she’s mad!’ or ‘what a hippy!’, but forget that for a moment while I take a break from hugging trees and constructing conspiracy theories to tell you all about it. I’m joking about the conspiracy theories, but I do like trees, hehehe.


Chirac’s Kalima

ABU DHABI TEMPO reports: Kalima, the translation project of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) , was chosen to translate the memoirs of the former French President Jacque Chirac, “Chaque pas doit être un but : Mémoires Tome I”, which translates to “Every Step Must be a Goal”.

Meet Your Neighbour

This month Tempo introduces you to enterprising entrepreneur, Purvi Gokani.

“Originally, I am from Bombay, India and I’ve lived in UAE for well over 14 years. To tell you the truth, I have lived and worked in other emirates of this wonderful country but none of them compare to Abu Dhabi.