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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Déc 2011 - 14:24
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3.000 civarında olan cemaat daha ziyade Dubai ve Abu-Dabi'de ikaamet etmektedirler





Ermeni Kilisesi Emirlik/Sharjah



Kuwait Archbishop Goriun Babian,







Dubai ve Kuzey Emirlikleri Ermeni Cemaati Kültür Komitesi, Ermeni dans, müzik, şarkı ve şiir yapılan topluluğunun yetenekli üyelerinin katılımı ile Ermeni Kadın adanmış bir akşam düzenledi. Bu olay, Ermeni Toplum Merkezi, Cuma, Mart 4, 2011 tarihinde gerçekleşti.





Uzun zamandır beklenen yetenek yarışmasında seyirci için bir keşif oldu. Bunların hepsi, bizim toplumda farklı yaş pek çok yetenekli bireyler görmek için şaşırdık.

Komitesi adına, Alin Balian seyirci memnuniyetle karşıladı.Olay Niri Misirian (sunum) ve Noriar Kazandjian (teknik) yardımıyla oldu.








The Armenian Community School of Abu Dhabi

http://www.azad-hye.com/adschool/

UAEErmeni Toplumundan havadisler:http://www.azad-hye.net/uaediary/diary.asp


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Abu Dhabi: 20th anniversary reception organized by the Embassy of Armenia

Embassy of Armenia in Abu Dhabi, UAE, organized on 21st September 2011 a reception marking the 20th anniversary of the independence of Armenia. The reception took place in Crowne Plaza Yas Island. The host was Ambassador HE Vahagn Melikian.



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MessagePosté le: Sam 1 Avr 2017 - 19:17
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Sharjah Armenian Community,


Few decades ago, Armenians, mostly single men, came to the UAE to work for a few years and return to their homeland with some financial security. But, thanks to the hospitable environment, the newcomers stayed, got established and the community started growing.

In 1979, a young clergyman, Father Oshagan Choloyan, from the Holy See of Cilicia, in Antelias, Lebanon, visited the area to evaluate the Armenian communities living there. What he found was very encouraging. There was a church and a school in Kuwait, which kept the community lively and active. The Armenian Community in the United Arab Emirates, on the other hand, was just getting itself organized.

Click here for a brief account of the Armenians in the United Arab Emirates and in Sharjah-Dubai in particular.


Saint Krikor the Illuminator Armenian Church in Sharjah - UAE - outer view
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Head of the School Mrs. Lorig Katerjian greets the students
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School teachers. A volunteer mission
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Mrs. Lorig Katerjian follows the assembling of the children
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Attending the Sharjah Armenian community weekly school
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Entry gate of the Ohannessian weekly school in Sharjah
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Commemorative sign dedicated to the construction of the Church in 1998
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MessagePosté le: Sam 1 Avr 2017 - 19:18
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The Armenian Community in the United Arab Emirates



A few decades ago, Armenians, mostly single men, came to the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to work for a few years and return to their homeland with some financial security. But, thanks to the hospitable environment, the newcomers stayed, got established and the community started growing.



In 1979, a young clergyman, Father Oshagan Choloyan, from the Catholicosate of Cilicia, in Antelias, Lebanon, visited the area to evaluate the Armenian communities living there. What he found was very encouraging. There was a church and a school in Kuwait, which kept the community lively and active. The Armenian Community in the United Arab Emirates, on the other hand, was just getting itself organized. So, by 1980, Father Oshagan was established in Kuwait as a Pontifical Legate for the area including Kuwait and the Gulf countries.



Since then, U.A.E. Armenians (in Sharjah-Dubai and Abu Dhabi) formed well-organized communities with Community Councils, various sub-committees, a Church (Saint Grigory the Illuminator, since 1998) and a Community Center in Sharjah, weekly schools in Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, etc. Both communities have established weekly schools, where Armenian children come together to learn the Armenian language. The community has grown and prospered thanks to the hospitality of the late president of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan and his successor Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.



The Armenian Prelacy of Kuwait and the Arabian Gulf Countries is based in Kuwait City (Salmiyeh). His Eminence Archbishop Goriun Babian is the Catholicosal Vicar to the region. A National Representative Assembly (Temagan) meets once a year to review and evaluate the overall status of the communities in Kuwait, Sharjah-Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The pastor of the United Arab Emirates is Father Aram Degirmenjian who takes care of the spiritual life of the Armenians living in the Emirates and celebrates Mass.



Several social and cultural activities are organized in the United Arab Emirates, with the presence of Armenians and their non-Armenian friends.



In May 2000, an Armenian Embassy was established in Abu Dhabi through the efforts and financial undertaking of the Armenians living in all Gulf countries. Armavia flies twice weekly from Dubai to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Air Arabia flies twice weekly from Sharjah to Yerevan. About 300 citizens of Armenia are residing in the UAE.



The estimated number of Diasporan Armenians in Kuwait is 4000, Sharjah- Dubai 3200 and in Abu Dhabi 700. The Diasporan Armenians living in the Gulf have many nationalities, mainly they are from Lebanon, Syria, Iran, Iraq, US, Canada, Australia, and several European countries etc.



The main executive body in the three cities is the Community Council(s), which supervises the function of the different sub-committees (women, youth, cultural, information, church bodies and associations, etc.). It commemorates the important events on the Armenian calendar, tries to help the needy individuals, welcomes visitors from other Armenian Communities, etc.



Upper-right photo: Saint Grigory the Illuminator Armenian Apostolic Church in Yarmouk district, City of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.



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Tel: +971 6 5660320
Fax: +971 6 5660790
PO Box 41117, Sharjah
United Arab Emirates

E-mail: armcom@emirates.net.ae

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Arab Fashion Week returns to Dubai with Armenian designs



LONDON: It’s a little over a month since Arab Fashion Week was held for the first time in Saudi Arabia. Following on from that ground-breaking event, AFW returned to the UAE for the sixth time this week, from May 9 to May 12, with another host of top-drawer designers showcasing their work, often with collections specifically geared to regional consumers, focusing on ready-couture.

Armenian brand Harmony Yerevan’s debut UAE showing at Arab Fashion Week in Dubai features a highly innovative collection designed especially for the occasion.

Founder Lilith Tonakanyan explained to Arab News that the inspiration for the collection is the current craze for crypto currencies such as Bitcoin. Tonakanyan and her design partner, fellow Armenian Michael Danielyan, have used binary code to spell out the word ‘Harmony’ on the designs.

It’s a concept that offers a vivid snapshot of today — but the designs are also the fruit of years of hard work and creative endeavor. The brand is renowned for the detail of its beautifully handcrafted, one-off pieces, favoring natural materials, including leather and silk. Any woman wearing a Harmony Yerevan piece can be assured that no one else will be wearing the same garment.

When thinking of the perfect silhouette for women Tonakanyan said she turns to Christian Dior. She also cited Yamamoto, Vera Wang and Karl Lagerfeld as designers she admires. “Whether with Chanel, Fendi or his own brand, he has been inspirational,” she said of the latter.

It’s been a tale of two worlds for Tonakanyan: one of austerity as a young woman growing up in the Soviet era, and one of abundance in modern times.

As a child she would make clothes for her dolls and progressed to making her own dresses and designing for friends and relatives. Their feedback? “You should share your dream and give to others.”

She was 20 when Armenia gained its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Throughout that time, and in the early years after the restoration of independence, she had to make do with a “very limited range” of fabrics and materials to make the clothes that she so passionately wanted to create.

She majored in finance at university, but never gave up on her creative dream, finally setting up Yerevan fashion house in 2011, and joining up with Danielyan that same year to launch the Harmony Yerevan womenswear label.

Danielyan was just 15 when he enrolled at the Professional Technical Gymnasia in Armenia to study fashion design. He quickly gained national attention, and in 2006 his collection was featured in the opening ceremony of the ‘Year of Armenia in Russia’ at the Kremlin.

Yerevan came to the attention of Armenian fashion followers with its outstanding first collection in 2012. It proved very popular among wives of diplomats and quickly gained a following in Russia, Kuwait and the UAE.

Tonakanyan said she has great admiration for the style of Gulf women. “They admire handcrafted work and detail such as beading and embroidery. They appreciate stylish and feminine clothes that make them stand out,” she observed.

Tonakanyan believes that women — while rightly demanding equal rights with men — have no desire or need to be like them. Rather, she maintained, they wish to celebrate their feminine characteristics.

“Women can be progressive and feminine at the same time,” she said.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1303721/lifestyle


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