Lucia Lee-Kombe finds love in Africa and shares cultural differences to overcome, like the “Africa time” concept and living a hakuna matata life.
The social entrepreneur tells her story of moving to the US and then returning home to create an equitable society with the aid of technology.
This educator believes early education curricula should be more student-driven rather than instructor-led.
Worried about the lack of a regional mindset of ASEAN youths, Shion Chua set out to build an NPO youth organization with a key emphasis on both ASEAN and China.
Inspired by his own aging parents, Folcia discusses creating open communities with no generational boundaries and opportunity for skillsharing.