BordersLess was inspired by my travels across East & Southeast Asia. It’s a personal project aiming to explore the topics of entrepreneurship, Australia-Asia relations, international business, and professional development & diversity.
Living in Japan as an Asian-Australian Foreigner (Samantha Low)January 21, 2021/
Asian Australian Entrepreneurs: Young Rich List (2020)November 30, 2020/
The BordersLess Podcast focuses on guests that have taken alternative pathways in their careers and life. It aims to encourage listeners to take risks, explore options abroad and understand international perspectives. I have show notes to most episodes on the blog page. Recently, I have taken short snippets from the PDF Podcast:
I also contribute to the Professional Development Forum (PDF) Podcast, which aims to help diverse young professionals achieve career fulfillment. PDF speakers will give listeners access to the right tools, techniques and networks to develop themselves. For more information about PDF, click here.
The podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, Google Podcasts and other major podcast services.
- Living in Japan as an Asian-Australian Foreigner (Samantha Low)
- Considering a Career in Asia? - Jason Yat-Sen Li (Vantage Asia)
- Diversity & Inclusion in Australia vs Japan: Sarah Liu (The Dream Collective)
- Is Australia Utilising Their Asia Capable Talents? - Shelli Trung (REACH ANZ & ASEAN)
- Are Australians Pursuing Entrepreneurship in Asia? - Brad Chan (Haymarket HQ)
- Are Australians Ignorant of Asia? - Su-Lin Tan (SCMP)
- Why Taiwan for your Startup? - Elisa Chiu (Anchor Taiwan | Anchor Venture Partners)
- The Business Opportunities in Asia: David Thomas
- Improving Employment Outcomes for International Students: Shane Dillon (Founder of Cturtle)
- Innovation, Tech & Hackathons: Angela Bee Chan (Hackathons Australia & Hackathons International)
- PropTech & RealTech in the Asia Pacific: Jonathan Hannam (Taronga Group & Real Tech Ventures)
- Building Bridges Between Australia & Southeast Asia: Thomas Da Jose (AASYP & Masy Consultants)
Quote of the Day
“For the first time in history, we live in a truly multi-civilizational and multipolar order. There will be no number-one nation. China’s rise does not replace the U.S. as the world’s largest economy but rather represents it joining an already multipolar global system in which there are many multi-trillion-dollar economies, including Europe, Japan, India, and others.”
– Parag Khanna, author of The Future is Asian (2017)
“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, even if you have a sound mind and body, it will eventually drive you insane.”
– Naval Ravikant, founder of AngelList