World Arabic Language Day
The Egyptian Opera House celebrates the World Arabic Language Day, in an evening of the Cultural Opera Salon, on Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Small Theater.
The Cultural Production Affairs Sector, is holding a workshop and art exhibition entitled "My Arabic Language", on December 22 at 10 a.m. at the Library of Islamic Civilization in Cairo’s Citadel.
According to the United Nations data, the Arabic language is being spoken daily by more than 290 million people.
The General Authority of Egypt’s National Library & Archives announced a 50 percent discount on the authority’s publications on December 20, 21, on the occasion of celebrating the World Arabic Language Day.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem will witness the celebrations of the World Arabic Language Day organized by the ministry's sectors.
The British Ambassador to Egypt Sir Geoffrey Adams sheds light on his experience in learning the Arabic language during his tenure in a number of Arab countries.
The celebration will include the honoring of numerous translators, in addition to holding a cultural discussion.
The Arabic language is well-known as a pillar of the cultural diversity of humankind, in addition to being one of the oldest Semitic languages.
The National Center for Child Culture headed by the writer Mohamed Nassif launches an online competition "The Language of Beauty", prepared by the writer Ahmed Siraj.
Arabic has more than 290 million native speakers and millions of others with some level of fluency.