Here's the second part of Eugene’s interview where he shares in greater detail on how he started his business, as well as tips on how one can stay employed in the current disruptive economy, and what to do if you are retrenched. If you have not read his inspiring life story, you … [Read more...] about How to bounce back from retrenchment?
At 36 years old, he was already earning $20,000 a month as an expatriate in Hong Kong. But two years later, Eugene Seah was retrenched from his investor relations job with Nomura, a top Japanese bank, in 2014. His world came crashing down. Until his retrenchment, he was leading … [Read more...] about Ex-Hwa Chong scholar bounces back from retrenchment and learns humility
Glynsen Wong, 33, is married to a beautiful Korean lady, and runs a boutique guesthouse in the city of Busan in South Korea. He is one lucky Singaporean who's living the dream K-lifestyle. A former economics teacher in Meridian Junior College, he left his job to start Morning Dew … [Read more...] about S’pore teacher found love and entrepreneurial calling in Korea
Mr Robert Chua left Singapore at the age of only 21 to help start Hong Kong’s TVB station in 1967 as a TV producer. Back then, there was only pre-recorded shows on TV. He broke new ground by introducing TVB’s first ever live show: Enjoy Yourself Tonight (欢乐今宵). It would become … [Read more...] about How a Singaporean without a degree scored stunning success with TVB, Tim Ho Wan and Kam’s Roast…
He just needs to work for two weeks and is able make enough money for half a year of travel. Meet Lee Hua Chang, a song writer who has written hit songs for the likes of Coco Lee, Landy Wen and Bii. Born to Malaysian parents, the 33-year-old Canadian Chinese has stayed in … [Read more...] about Write hit songs, travel the world