Meeting with French press

As you should all proudly know, Beirut is currently hosting the VIèmes Jeux de la Francophonie. The event has put our country into focus, especially by the french reporters and press who are getting to know and show how Leb really is.

This week, Laurence Le Saux, french journalist, got in touch with me for an interview about the book, that she saw at Virgin.

We met at Torino Café in Gemmayzé, where I also got to meet Emilie Mazoyer, who interviewed me for the french radio le mouv’. (Charbel from Scrambled Eggs was also there being interviewed). You can listen to the interview here.

I’m also posting you the interview right below (Thank you so much Patrick Semaan for helping me with this!)

As for Laurence’s interview for Télérama.fr, you can see it here.

What can I say… Vive la France! Sorry for not posting as usual in the last days, I am so overloaded with work, but hopefully things will get back on track after the weekend! On Sunday, I will be attending the #tripolitweetup, so if any of you are in the Tripoli area, it would be a great chance to get to meet you! Have a great week-end!!

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6 Responses to “Meeting with French press”

  1. Luke Says:

    Vive LA France!!!?? Say it isn’t so

  2. ivc Says:

    Quel succès !!!😉 Very interesting interview !

  3. (G)adrien Says:

    J’ai écouté cette émission sur le Mouv’, c’était très intéressant. En tous cas ces jeux de la francophonie permettent d’en découvrir un peu plus sur le Liban, et c’est un pays que j’aimerai visiter!

    Et bravo pour ton blog, j’aime beaucoup!

  4. Liliane Says:

    oh.. so fluent in french🙂

  5. mushu Says:

    J’ai découvert le blog en écoutant la radio, merci émilie😉
    j’aime beaucoup les dessins,le blog,tout!
    vive la francophonie😀

  6. Zouzeta Says:

    Nice work🙂

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