A Magazine starts 2022 with a spark of creativity, originality and altruism.
Marine scientist Naomi Clark-Shen hams it up as super villain The Coloniser – when she’s not busy with research into marine conservation.
As he releases his memoir, Ai Weiwei speaks to Rory Sullivan about burning his first copy, remembering his father and what living in the US taught him.
Not content with simply writing cheques to support general causes, the likes of Rebekah Lin and Ivan Chang are opting for a charitable approach that catalyses change instead.
Founders such as Ang Kian Peng of The Social Kitchen and Eileen Yap of Singapore Fashion Runway share the raison d’être behind their social enterprises.
Speaking at the She Loves Tech Global Summit, Rappler’s indomitable founder revealed how she ensured her platform’s sustainability under fire from the government – by targeting disinformation.
Making every meal memorable, fun and good for the earth may seem like a tall order, but Stroodles is making strides in that direction.
You might say that Pong Yu Ming’s inclusive crowdfunding platform is the antithesis of the gilded charity gala.
WISE, which plans to launch awards, aims to empower women to take the lead in making sustainable consumption decisions.
The irrepressible sanitation advocate – who has an upcoming Netflix series – gets serious about inequality, guerrilla marketing and conspicuous wealth.
Charlotte Goh’s charity spurs children’s creativity, critical thinking skills and confidence through open-ended play.
Kelly Te’s edtech platform Knovo enables equitable access to quality and affordable education globally.