Here’s what VOX Cinemas will be offering movie goers in Lebanon:
– 15 screens (9 of which are 3D enabled), 4 VOX GOLD luxury theatres, the biggest screen in Beirut with its VOX MAX 20 meter screen, add in gourmet dining options in its VOX Café and candy bars.
– Dolby Surround 7.1 multi-channel surround systems, 4K digital projection – offering four times the resolution and pixel quality than regular screens and spacious MAX seats for extra comfort.
– four VOX GOLD Cinemas with fully reclining seats, a gourmet style restaurant menu with waiter service to your seat whilst watching the movie, and an exclusive VOX GOLD lounge.
Anthony has more pictures than you can get check [Here].
I recommend we rent another power ship (Let’s call it “Mohannad Sultan”) to supply Fatmagul with electricity and in turn power up the Zouk Power Plant. That way we will have double the cost and pollution.
BEIRUT: The Turkish operator of the power ship hired by Lebanon has cut its electricity production because of poor quality diesel, Electricite Du Liban and Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim sources told The Daily Star denying any failure on the vessel’s generators.
An EDL spokesperson told The Daily Star that the capacity of the Fatmagül Sultan dropped because of concerns by the operator over the quality of the fuel supplied “as well as other issues”.
Under the $360 million three-year contract signed by the Energy Ministry in 2012, the Lebanese government is responsible for supplying the fuel needed to run the ship. [Link]
This is great news but what we need now is a proper law that allows and recognizes civil marriages, not a loophole in an archaic French Law back from the 1930s.
Caretaker Interior Minister Marwan Charbel signed the civil marriage certificate of Kholoud Succariyeh and Nidal Darwish, the state-run National News Agency reported on Thursday. “By this, Succariyeh and Darwish’s union becomes the first civil marriage registered in the records of the Directorate General for Personal Affairs in Lebanon,” the NNA noted. [Naharnet]
The World Economic Forum’s 2013 Global Information Technology Report, ranked Lebanon in the top 5 countries of the World for Maths and Science education and in the top 10 for Quality of the Educational System.
Something to be proud of for a change.
You can check out the full report [Here]. Go to Page 213 for stats related to Lebanon.