The Qatar Press Center (QPC) is participating in the activities of the 33rd session of the Doha International Book Fair (DIBF), which opened on Thursday at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, until May 18 under the theme: “With knowledge, civilisations are built.”

QPC is displaying its publications in the Dar Al Sharq pavilion H1-70, as part of an agreement with the latter. QPC's publications include: sports, cultural and social journalism. QPC director general Sadiq Mohamed al-Amari, said: “We are pleased to participate for the first time in the DIBF, in its 33rd session, which is scheduled to witness the largest international participation in the history of the fair. We highlight the sporting and cultural heritage from a journalistic perspective.

"The DIBF constitutes an international platform through which we communicate with those interested in journalism, whether authors or journalistic writers, as well as the public,” he said.

Among QPC’s publications, 'The World Cup Feather,' features caricatures published in newspapers during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The other works are: 'Sunday Morning - Part Three' by writer and journalist, Mubarak bin Jaham al-Kuwari; and 'On the Saif of the East' by Prof Sultan al-Jassem, which includes an album of rare old photos of local and sporting events in the 1950s and 60s.
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