The youngest of four, the only boy; Samer Bilen is not what you’d expect of a loner in a world of XX chromosomes, (well, other than the fact that up until he was 11 he believed storks were the baby-delivery-service.) Seeking adventure and turning his back on routine, he moved to Kuwait in April of 2006 to join his fellow Lebanese at Publics Group Media. His love for the outdoors; snowboarding, camping and extreme sports makes him a defiant soldier in the deserts of Kuwait. He went from a life of Event Management in Lebanon with the likes of; John Degweed, Armin Van Buuren Paul Van Dyck and Deep Dish to that of hopping on planes for the weekend to catch a nearby concert. He lives by the Carpe Diem creed and believes in the purity and simplicity of the moment; much like the color white.
How would your mother describe you in one word?
What is your favorite flower?
What is the most insane question you’ve ever been asked?
Whenever someone sees me by coincidence; in a restaurant for example: “Hey Samer, what are you doing here?”
What word in the English or Arabic language do you wish you had invented?
Where would you like to live?
What is the first famous quote that comes to your mind?
“If you do what you always have done, then you will get what you always have got.”
What animal best describes the kind of girl you’d be interested in?
What do you miss about your childhood?
The innocence and purity.
If you could change your name, what would you change it to?
Although I like my name, maybe “Sam” would fit with more languages.
How would you describe your handshake in one word?
What is the main fault in your character?
I’m very picky.
Who is your favorite historical figure?
If you met the right girl today, would you propose tomorrow?
What in the world do you least desire?
World War III.
Why do you think most girls like you?
Finish this sentence: “Happiness is a thing called:
… unreachable; for most people.”