Tamar Zaidan represents Lebanon & the Lebanese University at the International Public Speaking Competition
Tamar Zaidan, a student at the Lebanese University, won the English Public Speaking Competition at the 19th session organized by the English Speaking Union (ESU).
The competition, which took place at the Lebanese American University (LAU) on the 16th of this month, brought together 14 participants from seven Lebanese universities: the American University of Beirut (AUB), the Lebanese American University (LAU), Saint Joseph University (USJ), Notre Dame University - Louaize (NDU), the Modern University for Business and Science (MUBS) and Lebanese International University (LIU).
Zaidan, the student at the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences, Branch 2 (English Section), delivered a speech that was described as powerful and entitled: "Tell me a Map, Draw me a Story" answering to the competition "Nature is a Common Language".
In her speech, Zaidan emphasized the importance of the environment in which we live giving a unique form to our language and allowing us to communicate with each other.
Zaidan received support from her professor Dr. Maya Sfeir and her classmates, Emile Whaibeh and Elie Mattah, both former contestants. She is supposed to represent Lebanon at the International Public Speaking Competition (IPSC - 2019) to be held in London in May.