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Alia Fawaz

Guest Writer / Author

Alia Fawaz is a freelance writer based in Lebanon. Raised in Japan and later spending most of her adult life between Europe and Dubai, she always saw herself as an ‘expat Lebanese’. She moved back to Lebanon eight years ago and has been enjoying discovering Lebanon and its bountiful charms. She has written extensively about a range of topics covering the environment, lifestyle, the arts and social entrepreneurship, focusing on individuals’ stories and shedding light on important initiatives around the country.

Latest Articles

A Conversation with India’s Ambassador to Lebanon: His Excellency Sanjiv Arora

Before he takes his next post in February of 2019 as India’s Secretary of Overseas Indian Affairs, HOME Magazine sat down with H.E Sanjiv Arora...

Moise Khayrallah Can Do: With Six New Drugs on the Market and Counting, Renowned Lebanese American Biomedical Entrepreneur Pays Tribute to his Lebanese Heritage

“I am from the old stock,” says Moise Khayrallah proudly, but with an equal measure of humility, as he explains to HOME that his...

Ramy Boutros: Designing Spaces His Way

With a client portfolio that spans some of the most well-known hospitality brands and restaurants in Lebanon and the Gulf region (Em Sherif, Villa...

Joe Sandouk: Training “Man’s Best Friend”

Photo by: Ahmad Hamdan Canine sports are taking hold in Lebanon. Dog trainer and sports enthusiast Joe Sandouk would like to see them grow. Joe Sandouk...

Pierre Rabbat: Light-Hearted Humor Shakes the Status Quo

Photo by: Chady Feghaly Quick-witted and handsome with a winning smile, Pierre Rabbat might have the key qualities that make a charming TV host, but...

The Art of Cruising on the Med

For those who prefer to travel by sea, Lebanon offers beautiful ports with full-service options for yachters. During the summer season, when many boat owners...

Yoga Retreats: The Vacation that Doesn’t Require a Recovery Vacation

Most of us eagerly anticipate our time off in order to truly unwind and relax. We often think that by going on a vacation...

Cindy Moussi Takes Readers on her Personal Journey to Mental Health

At the age of 43, Lebanese-Australian Cindy Moussi thought she had it all. Her son was grown up and independent, so it was time...

At HOME with Ghada Abou Adal Hassoun

Writer, TV anchor, producer, media trainer and university professor are just a few of the many roles the talented Ghada Abou Adal Hassoun embraces....

Environmentalist, Activist, Engineer, Visionary – The Many Hats of Ziad Abi Chaker

  Unlike many people, one Lebanese engineer sees garbage as an opportunity. HOME met with the trash entrepreneur recently to understand what drives him to...