World Lebanese Cultural Union
of Sydney Incorporated

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Accredited with ECOSOC

Sincerest Thanks To Our 2022 Sponsors

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

An Evening with Dr Charles Malik

The WLCU Sydney was one of many financial sponsors of “An Evening with Dr Charles Malik” on 12 December 2022, held at Australian Catholic University, Sydney. The event was organised by The Friends of Dr Charles Malik Committee Australia & Notre Dame University, Lebanon. The evening saw close to 200 people, including many dignitaries, gathering for the Australian screening of the film Charles Malik: A Universal Person. WLCU Sydney President, Dr Shane Geha, was the MC for the evening.  

Highlights from WLCU Sydney 2022

Sydney, along with New South Wales and Melbourne, has recently embarked on “re-opening” after several months in a covid-induced lockdown. At this time, it seems fitting to reflect on the much-loved, famous Lebanese traditional dance which is an essential component in many happy gatherings and celebrations.

Lamenting the Decline of Ras Beirut

Lamenting the Decline of Ras Beirut

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.

The Inaugural Dr Charles Malik Award

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).

Fattoush (Lebanese bread salad)

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!

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