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I know they love their Kabsa, and I know that people from Dammam love to go to Bahrain to see movies on the weekend.
Oh yeah, and even Saudi Arabian grandmas love Snapchat.
I know all about the history, the local rituals, their favorite holidays, their working hours, their development projects (I’m so excited for the new Riyadh metro even though I probably will never ever ride it), their social etiquette, the structure of their military…
I also know all about the mundane, day to day stuff: I know there’s a Shake Shack in Riyadh.
If Saudi Arabian Studies were a university major, I would probably have a doctorate.
So yes, you basically talk to people from everywhere. Sometimes the conversations are deep and resonate with you for weeks, sometimes you spend a day just asking people what they ate for breakfast.
Sometimes you talk for 5 minutes and never see that face again, and sometimes you spend several hours a week talking to the same person for months on end.
As you can tell from the list above, the students hail from practically everywhere.
But the reality is that about 80 percent or more of the people you will talk to are from Saudi Arabia.