Founded to help captive elephants, Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation also provides a livelihood for their traditional keepers.
A dearth of tourists may mean fewer protections for natural habitats, so spend your dollars wisely.
Neha Mehta partners the likes of BlackRock to democratise access to financial services, while driving gender parity in her industry.
The first Singaporean signed on to Ford Models brought along a pair of Manolo Blahnik heels on her Mount Kilimanjaro climb.
Inspiring individuals include second generation Propnex leadership and a glimmering of entrepreneurs.
A record number of lawyers left Singapore’s legal sector in 2021, but Susan Leong and Adrian Peh say it doesn’t have to be a zero-sum game.
With the Earth 300 superyacht, Aaron Olivera is embarking on a radical quest for climate solutions – you could be invited onboard to the tune of US$1 million.
Their inclusive and eco-friendly prototypes – including wall tiles inspired by elephant skin – are being funded by DesignSingapore Council.
Patricia Quek, managing director and sector head (Singapore and Malaysia) of UBS Wealth Management seems to think so.
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.