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No question was off limits for curious tourists and foreign residents of Dubai wanting to learn more about Emirati culture and the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.Dubai goes to great lengths to market itself as open to different cultures and faiths as the Middle East's financial, trade and leisure center, and a government cultural center is inviting visitors to find out more about Emirati life.Emirati volunteers gathered at a majlis -- the traditional sitting room where the end-of-fast iftar meal is served at floor level -- were asked about dating and marriage, what they think of Dubai's comparatively liberal dress codes for foreigners, and aspects of the Muslim faith.
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