DWHC

AcronymDefinition
DWHCDubai World Hospitality Championship (Dubai; United Arab Emirates)
DWHCDistributed Water-Heat Coupled Model
DWHCDuane Waters Health Center (Michigan Department of Corrections; Jackson, MI)
DWHCDeep Water High Capacity
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The second edition of the Dubai World Hospitality Championship (DWHC) took place from October 31 to November 1 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, with top chefs and food connoisseurs from around the world showcasing their world-class talents.
Amro Yassin, manager of the Syrian team, said: "The Syrian team was honoured to participate for the first time in DWHC, which is considered one of the leading events for hospitality and cooking industries in the region.
The Guinness World Records Record Holder certificate was awarded on the sidelines of the second edition of the three-day DWHC, an initiative that seeks to spotlight Dubai amongst the finest multicultural culinary destinations of the world, which concluded yesterday (November 1) at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Ameen said that since Dubai attracts tourists from across the world, "DWHC is designed to offer an ideal platform to introduce the world to Emirati cooking and hospitality, with focus on the traditional popular dishes that the UAE has been long known for."
The second edition of DWHC is attracting a high level of interest from the global stage as 2600 local, Arab and international master chefs and professional and amateur culinary artists set their sights on winning the championship's top honors.
Four competitions will be take place at DWHC, which runs from October 30 - November 1 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Recently, Dubai World Hospitality Championship (DWHC) has announced the extension of the registration period for participants in three categories of the Emirati Competition: Professional, Amateur, as well as Emirati Homemade and Innovative Products.
Dubai: The Heritage Village of the coming second edition of the Dubai World Hospitality Championship (DWHC) has added 53 new traditional crafts -- which will be part of the many activities and programmes designed to highlight authentic Emirati hospitality during the exciting three-day competition.
Earlier this month Ahmed Bin Hared, president of DWHC said that preserving and promoting Emirati hospitality and culinary art with hopes of bringing it to the local and international scene is an ambition and a goal to be achieved through this championship.
We visited the kitchens of three top chefs to get a flavour of their participation in DWHC and hear what Emirati food means to them.
DWHC's 'Gulf Exhibition' will throw the spotlight on household products made by 304 participants who will take part in the food creations category and in the kits and utensils hospitality category.
Dubai: The second edition of The Dubai World Hospitality Championship (DWHC) is back this year, mainly aiming to promote Emirati hospitality and cuisine locally and internationally.