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Sakina has over 10 years of experience in the field of corporate communications; having worked for a leading Annual Report Production House dealing with top corporates of Sri Lanka and overseas, and later as the Group Communications Specialist for a Sri Lankan conglomerate for their overseas plantations business. She is well-versed in the production process of annual reports, sustainability reports, corporate videos and other corporate communication media. She also has experience in Social Media Marketing and works to increase and improve social media presence of corporates and small niche market businesses. Today, she works as a freelance writer and undertakes consultations on corporate communications and social media related projects. She enjoys writing for blogs on topics of interest.

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  • Spend Your Final Hours In Mauritius Buying 7 Souvenirs And Gifts That Are Rare Anywhere Else!

    Dreaming of beaches this winter season? Want to escape to the warm climes? Well, Mauritius may likely be your answer. Mauritius is an island renowned for its beaches, reefs and lagoons as well as its abundance of mountains, rain forests, waterfalls and wildlife. Situated in the Indian ocean this island’s...

  • Shopping In Dubai: Spend Your Last Few Days In Dubai Shopping At These Amazing Malls & Souks!

    Planning a shopping spree in the coming months? Have you considered Dubai as the ultimate shopping destination? Dubai is the place for all forms of shopping. From high-end designer wear to department store brands and everything in between and cheaper! Dubai also offers a plethora of souvenir shopping...

  • Europe this Winter: Check Out These Amazing Festivals In Europe This Holiday!

    Europe in winter is a fun and exciting place, with snow and cold temperatures and of course special shows, events and festivities! Well, there are also warm places in Europe during winter, but that’s another story. Many European countries have unique festivals organized for the winter season… let...

  • Muslim Parents 101: A Guide To Raising Kids In A Non-Muslim Country

    Raising kids anywhere in this world is evidently a challenge in today’s highly networked and visual world. However, being a Muslim and raising kids in a non-Muslim country can be quite tricky and disconcerting at times. Having grown up myself in a non-Muslim country, I find that it’s a matter of...

  • The Hague, Netherlands: Your Guide To The Mosques In The Hague

    Are you planning to travel to the Netherlands? The Hague is surely on your ‘to visit’ list. This city, in the province of South Holland, is home to the to the United Nation’s International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. In addition, the Hague has many museums, palaces,...

  • A Muslim's Guide to Thailand's Suvarnabhumi Airport

    Thailand is a popular holiday destination for Muslim travellers, offering fabulous shopping in Bangkok, seaside retreats in cities like Phuket, and adventures with unusual natural formation when visiting Thailand’s many smaller islands. However, the first stop for most holiday goers is the Bangkok...

  • 5 Places to Get Muslim-Friendly Bingsu in Singapore

    Ever heard of Bingsu? It’s a popular Korean equivalent of ice cream, made from ice shavings and a variety of ingredients such as sweetened condensed milk, fruit syrups, fruits, small pieces of rice cake, chewy jelly bits, and cereal flakes. It is often topped with ice cream or frozen yoghurt. Being...

  • Shop Till You Drop - 10 Best Shopping Malls in Hokkaido

    When in Hokkaido, Japan, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, and the country’s coldest region, shopping will surely drive away the cold and keep you warm and running! Hokkaido is known for its volcanoes, natural hot springs and ski areas. However, a popular answer to ‘what to do in Hokkaido?’,...

  • 5 Ways To Get In Touch With Nature In Brunei

    What comes to mind when you think of Brunei? Oil fields, a strictly Islamic country, the Jame’Asr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque with its 29 golden domes, and a Sultanate? Think beyond… imagine rainforests, beaches and biodiversity at its zenith. This is the real beauty of Brunei, a country on the island...

  • Magnificent Mosques of Spain

    Spain has a long and colourful history, having first been conquered by the Roman Empire until the Middle Ages, when in the 8th century, Spain became a part of the ever-expanding Umayyad Caliphate. Although later, in the 15th century, Imperialism invaded Spain, followed by the wars for liberalization...

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