The Museum of Beirut is a must see for anyone going to Lebanon. It contains over one thousand objects, all of which have been found only in Lebanon. In this article, WLCU President Dr Shane Geha explores one very amazing object in the Museum, which is an elaborate mosaic dating back to the 2nd Century AD: The Mosaic of the Seven Wise Men (Asshaa Al Hukamaa).
On 18 and 19 August 2022, the World Lebanese Cultural Union held its first World Economic Congress for Lebanon, a forum attended by various Lebanese representatives and dignitaries from across the world with the aim of discussing possible solutions to aid our beloved Lebanon. The Youth Council Report has been prepared by WLCU World Youth President, Christina Salamy, as a participant of this forum, on the status of Lebanon, and as well, any advancements that might have come about pertaining to the WLCU Youth.
Kibbeh Bil Sanieh (Baked Kibbeh) is a Lebanese favorite all around. Layers of finely ground beef combined with fine bulgur and spices, baked to a beautiful golden brown. This is the home recipe of WLCU World Youth President, Madam Christina Salamy. We are sure your taste buds will thank you for trying this delicious Lebanese cuisine. Sahtain!
On Friday 23 September 2022, the WLCU Youth hosted its first joint Harbour Cruise Event with YALA (Young Adult Lebanese Association). The Event was designed to encourage the younger generation of WLCU members and friends to network and enjoy our beautiful city. The success of the Youth Harbour Cruise helps to reinforce in all those who attended that the future burns brightly with promise and potential for our youth.
Inspired by one of the delicious dishes served at Rome Comes To Lebanon 2022, Samke Harra (spicy fish) is a classic Lebanese savoury dish and once you have tried it you won’t want to eat fish any other way! This edition’s recipe is derived from the wonderful “Sahtain!” Recipe Book and an all-time family favourite.
The WLCU Sydney is delighted to be able to share with you highlights from the recent Rome Comes To Lebanon Gala Event 2022. We trust you will enjoy looking through the selected photographs taken from the Event.
The WLCU Sydney has recently received a note of thanks from the Homeland, which we consider pertinent to share with our Members. The WLCU Sydney is grateful for your ongoing support, which allows us the opportunity to assist those in such times of need.
The evening of 25 June 2022 saw guests at Doltone House Sydney transported to another era at WLCU Sydney’s Inaugural Rome Comes to Lebanon Event. The Night commemorated over 700 years of Roman rule in Lebanon, a period which saw six Emperors come from our great Lebanon. In doing so, we celebrated the Roman and Lebanese cultures and the way they have evolved together.
Events like our recent Rome Comes To Lebanon Gala Event require a multitude of support. It would not be possible to host such a function without the generous donations of our corporate sponsors, raffle prize donations, and flower sponsors.
The WLCU Sydney is extremely grateful for the generosity and support of our fantastic Sponsors, and we ask that you utilise their wonderful services when possible