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Kuwait as Our Second Home

Shiven Rojasara, IIK Young Reporter Wednesday, February 21, 2024
Kuwait as Our Second Home

Kuwait, a small but vibrant country situated in the Arabian Peninsula, has become our second home, offering a plethora of opportunities and experiences. As a high school student, I have been fortunate enough to witness the beauty and richness of this nation. From its stunning landscapes to its welcoming people, Kuwait has truly captured our hearts and made us feel right at home.

First and foremost, Kuwait is renowned for its towering skyscrapers and modern infrastructure. As a student, I am fascinated by the architecture and design of these buildings. The Kuwait Towers, for instance, stand tall as iconic landmarks and offer a breathtaking view of the city. Additionally, the sleek and modern structures such as the Liberation Tower and the Al Hamra Tower showcase the country's commitment to progress and development.

Apart from its physical beauty, Kuwait's cultural heritage and traditions make it a unique place to live. The annual Hala February Festival, for instance, celebrates the country's liberation and showcases its rich history and diverse cultural practices. From traditional dances like the Ardah to the mouthwatering Kuwaiti cuisine, this festival allows us to immerse ourselves in the local culture and forge connections with our newfound home.

Moreover, Kuwait has a strong emphasis on education and provides exemplary opportunities for students. As a high school student, I am grateful for the excellent education system that Kuwait offers. The country hosts numerous international schools and universities that provide a diverse curriculum and promote holistic development. The robust educational framework helps nurture students' intellectual capabilities while encouraging critical thinking and innovation.

Kuwait's commitment to social welfare and inclusivity further enhances its appeal as our second home. The government prioritizes the well-being of its citizens and residents, ensuring that everyone has access to healthcare, social support, and infrastructure. The country's public parks, like Al Shaheed Park or Al Kout Beach, offer tranquil spaces to relax and connect with nature, promoting a healthy lifestyle among its residents.

In addition to the physical and cultural aspects, Kuwait is also an economic hub, offering ample career prospects for young professionals. With its flourishing oil industry and thriving business sector, Kuwait provides numerous opportunities for growth and success. The country's dedication to entrepreneurship and encouraging startups allows individuals to contribute to its economic prosperity while shaping their own futures.

Finally, what truly makes Kuwait feel like our second home is the warmth and hospitality of its people. Kuwaitis are known for their generosity and kind-heartedness, making us feel welcome and embraced in every aspect of life. Whether it's participating in community events or engaging in conversations with locals, their genuine interest in our well-being creates a sense of belonging that is hard to find elsewhere.

In conclusion, Kuwait has truly become our second home, offering a multitude of opportunities and experiences. From its striking architecture to its rich cultural heritage, from its emphasis on education to its economic prospects, and most importantly, the welcoming nature of its people - all contribute to making Kuwait an exceptional place to call home. As a high school student, I feel fortunate to have explored and experienced the wonders this country has to offer, further cementing it as a cherished second home.

Shiven Rojasara
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