5 things to do today in Dubai

Check out a humorous art exhibition or join the Mongolian hordes at Mazina

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on March 26:

Check out a humorous art exhibition: Slavs and Tats is an art collective that uses humour to address topics such as identity and post colonialism. Check out this new show.
Until April 17. Third Line Gallery, Al Quoz (04 341 1367).

Do business over breakfast: Business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to attend a morning networking session. The event offers business people an opportunity to share ideas and be inspired.
Free. 7.15am-8.45am. Library Lounge, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City, www.meetup.com/Dubai-Business-Breakfast

Try yoga on the lawn at Citywalk: Attend a free outdoor hatha yoga session on the lawn at this new shopping district. Attendees are asked to wear conservative clothing and bring their own yoga mat. Complimentary refreshments will be provided by Sapori di Bice afterwards.
Free. 8.45am. Until April 2. Citywalk, junction of Al Wasl Road and Safa Road, Satwa (04 344 4264).

Join the Mongolian hordes at Mazina: This weekly Mongolian wok-style theme night allows guests to put together their own combination of stir fry ingredients, which will then be cooked up in front of them.
Dhs165 per person. 7pm-11pm. Ongoing. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).

King of shellfish at Shang Palace: Finishing tomorrow, the Chinese restaurant’s promotion offers lobster prepared in Cantonese-style, such as oven baked with salted duck egg yolk paste or deep fried with golden garlic.
From Dhs68. 12.30pm-3pm, 7pm-midnight. Until March 27. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 343 8888).

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