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Raising Kids in Lebanon

Jenny Ponnig gives her account of the challenging, frustrating and beautiful educational experience that you get from raising your kids in Lebanon. The land of...

Creating Batroun’s Lebanese Diaspora Village

What would you do with nine old but beautiful traditional Lebanese houses in the scenic community of Batroun? How about creating a Lebanese Diaspora...

HOME Visits: The Rich Legacy of Ghazir

  The narrow and jagged coastline of Lebanon, rising from small fishing villages up steep, green mountains, has given Lebanon its special character. It has...

Wine Cellars: Bringing Sophistication Home

Today fine wine is enjoyed by a wide variety of people of all age ranges and social groups. It is clear that consumers now...

A Lebanese Street Artist: Yazan Halwani

Yazan Halwani is not your average street artist. His style combines elements of Arabic calligraphy and arabesques, mixed with urban Western graffiti styles. His...

Lebanon’s Shining Star Broadcasting From Berlin

When it comes to success stories of the Lebanese diaspora, Berlin-based news host and video journalist Jaafar Abdul Karim fits the bill perfectly. Arriving in...

Christmas Truce: A Moment of Peace

This Christmas is one year after the centenary of the 1914 truce when soldiers in World War I stopped fighting, exchanged gifts, sang carols...

Wonders of The Sea

Les Merveilles de la Mer showcases the wonders of the ocean. It’s the perfect place to take your kids. Teaching youngsters the value and...

The True Art of Shanklish

Shanklish is a Middle Eastern cheese with a similar texture to feta. Made from yoghurt whey, the cheese is salted, shaped into balls and aged. In the...

Make Food Not War

A simple message with profound meaning in Lebanon and abroad. It all started in 2004, when Kamal Mouzawak launched Souk El Tayeb, Lebanon’s first farmer’s market...