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You can take the boy out of Lebanon, but you can't take Lebanon out of the boy. Like many other young Lebanese, Ali Cha'aban, who moved abroad in 2016, is making waves around the world without losing touch with his Beirut roots.The 28-year-old anthropology-major-turned-artist recently teamed up with Nike to create a shoe that will see just 30 pairs exclusively gifted to those who compete in a running competition during Ramadan.The collaboration kicked off when Nike approached Cha'aban to ask how to promote a shoe during the Muslim holy month. Cha'aban also previously worked on shoe customization with Dolce&Gabbana, and each project has had a touch of Lebanon to it.
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