Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling in Australia: Katrina Rathie (KWM)

As an Australian with a Chinese cultural background, Katrina is passionate about diversity and inclusion. Listen to how Katrina rose through the ranks at the prestigious King & Wood Mallesons (KWM).

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How to invest in Asia’s best stocks on the ASX?

If you’re bullish on the rapid growth and opportunities in the Asia region, there’s an easy way of getting exposure to your favourite companies (like Samsung, Tencent & Alibaba) via ASX-listed ETFs or LICs.

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Rising Global Tensions: Jason Yat-Sen Li (Vantage Asia)

Jason Yat-Sen Li is no stranger to the spotlight, having recently appeared on ABC's Q&A as a balanced voice on the Sino-Australian relations and also his time in politics as part of the Unity Party in response to Pauline Hanson's One Nation party in the late 1990s.

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PropTech & South East Asia: Shelli Trung (REACH Australia)

Shelli Trung is the Managing Partner for REACH Australia and Southeast Asia. REACH is a scaleup program for the real estate industry created by Second Century Ventures (SCV), an early-stage technology fund backed by the National Association of Realtors®.

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Quiet Leaders: Brad Chan (Banna Property Group & Haymarket HQ)

Brad Chan, CEO of the Banna Property Group, is an entrepreneur leading one of Australia’s most established third generation family companies across retail, entertainment & commercial property sectors. He is an Angel investor, mentor to startups and an active contributor to community groups with a close association with the Asian Australian community. His vision to establish an Asia Innovation Hub in Chinatown led to the creation of Haymarket HQ.

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Journalism, Meaning Over Money & Understanding Asia: Su-Lin Tan (SCMP)

Su-Lin Tan joined SCMP as a correspondent in 2020 after the Australian Financial Review where she covered housing and commercial property, Asian business and street talk and investigations. Listen to this episode to hear about how she changed careers from accounting to journalism, her thoughts on racism in Australia, and the Australia-China relationship.

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