1. RELIVE: Best Olympic moments[hhmc]

Even though the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has been postponed an entire year, here is your chance for an early start at getting in the mood for the world's biggest sports event.

The official Olympics YouTube channel has uploaded full replays of some of the best moments from the games, including the 1992 debut of the United States' basketball "Dream Team" powered by Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Charles Barkley, as well as Nigeria's 3-2 upset of Argentina in the 1996 football final.

Info: Full replays playlist on YouTube

2. GO: Virtual modern art tour[hhmc]

Explore Doha's Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art through the Google Arts & Culture platform which offers a comprehensive overview of contemporary Arab art.

The art pieces range from beautiful oil and watercolour paintings, to those from the Hurufiyya movement – an aesthetic movement which emerged in the late 20th century. Artists used traditional Islamic calligraphy in modern art.

Its online exhibit – From Modern To Contemporary – takes you through a series of paintings, complete with stories of each artist.

Info: Doha's Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art

3. LEARN: New recipes[hhmc]


Get cooking with recipe videos from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

Some of the latest ones include easy homemade bread, fresh pasta and quesadillas.

Oliver's family get involved in teaching the recipes too. His son Buddy and daughter Petal whip up their own homemade frozen yogurt, while his wife Jools makes a family favourite – fish pie.

There are also recipes for one-pan meals, vegetarian options and gluten-free cakes.

Info: Recipe videos from Jamie Oliver

4. PLAY: Group games with friends[hhmc]

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Gather your friends for games night on It offers online versions of group card games such as Codenames and One Night Ultimate Werewolf.

Get everyone on video chat, then go to the website and start a game. Share the gameroom code with your friends.

For Codenames, two teams have a "spymaster" each to give one-word clues which can point to multiple words on the board.Read More – Source

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