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Returning to Asia: Entrepreneurs & Success Stories

Denise Sandquist Podcast

Viet Kieu Startup: Denise Sandquist

Born in Vietnam and adopted to Sweden, Denise is the CEO & Co-founder of Fika, a female-focused AI social & dating app creating meaningful connections in Vietnam and Asia.

Philippine Startups: Franco Varona

Born in Canada, Franco is the Managing Partner of Foxmont Capital Partners - the 1st independent VC firm in the Philippines. Listen to why the Philippines will become the next leading tech hub in SE Asia.

Rosaline Chow Koo

Asia Opportunity: Rosaline Chow Koo

Born in the US, Rosaline founded CXA Group, Asia’s leading InsurTech startup in Singapore. Listen to her thoughts on navigating business in Asia as an Asian American serial entrepreneur.

Huihan Lie

Returning to China: Huihan Lie

Born in the Netherlands, Huihan Lie moved to China 18 years ago & has stayed there since. He is the founder of My China Roots, a platform helping Overseas Chinese reconnect with their roots.

Taiwan Innovation: Elisa Chiu

Elisa returned to Taiwan after leaving her comfortable corporate life abroad in Canada & Hong Kong and started Anchor Taiwan to help corporates, startups & investors harness cross-border innovation.

From US to Japan: Dustin Ikeda

Dustin is a 4th generation Japanese American who gave up his engineering career to teach English in Japan. Find out here how he eventually built a thriving business in Japan!

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BordersLess Taiwan

Studying in Taiwan on the Huayu Scholarship - Australian Perspective

How I applied for the Huayu Scholarship (華語文獎學金) to study Mandarin Chinese at the National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, plus some other tips as an Australian applicant.

Lee Kuan Yew BordersLess

Lee Kuan Yew: The Importance of Mandarin & Bilingualism

Born to English speaking parents, Singapore's founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, never learnt Chinese. Only in his 30s did he decide to understand his roots and reclaim his heritage.

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Malaysian Billionaires: Jho Low vs Robert Kuok

The Sugar King of Asia vs The Asian Great Gatsby. Click here to read more about the tales of two contrasting businessmen who represent the two sides of “Malaysia Boleh!”

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“Risk-taking is a part of Asian business culture. Asians have a natural bent for technology. But Asia has yet to nurture a critical mass of ‘technopreneurs’ that drives the digital economy by innovating cutting edge technology and new business models. But this will come…

Lee Kuan Yew, Founding Father of Singapore (2000)

“The human brain is not designed to absorb all of the world’s breaking news and 24/7 emergencies, injected straight into the skull with clickbait headlines. If you pay attention to that stuff… it will eventually drive you insane.”

Naval Ravikant, Founder of AngelList