Gael wrote on her social media page, “I am a girl who is struggling to stay in Lebanon,” and the weapon for her survival in Lebanon was sushi. Instead of spending her time lamenting on social media, like many young people in Lebanon, she rolled up her sleeves and turned her parents’ kitchen into a sushi kitchen, and now she is paying her university expenses through her creativity and solid will.
Sushi has very important standards, which Gayle makes sure to implement to the fullest.
Gayel is steadfast in Lebanon, grasping for life with the precision and flexibility of chopsticks.
Gayle wrote, that she is a girl trying to survive in Lebanon, and her steadfastness has a special flavor, with the taste of sushi.