The world can be a very noisy place. In Oasis’ first-ever talk show ‘Holding Space’, we will be inviting experts from a wide range of industries and different sectors of society to share their ideas in a safe space. The catch? Each speaker cannot take a neutral stance on the topic.
For our first session, we’re honing in on ‘Hustle Culture’: Is it Overrated or Much-Needed?
Is work-life balance still relevant today and if so, should it affect one’s career opportunities? We invited three guests to unpack the historical, psychological, and religious perspectives behind work-life culture, and also shed light on how Asian and Western perceptions of “work” are different. Do save your seat for the event today!
- Nur Shukrina, lawyer and co-founder of Lepak Conversations (a.k.a minority advocate in the hustler space)
- Kaijie Ng, Director, Strategy & Special Duties, Carousell Group (a.k.a hustler in startup + policymaking for hustlers)
- Dr Xi Wen (Carys) Chan, Assistant Professor in Organisational Psychology, Griffith University (a.k.a hustler researcher)
A haven for insightful interaction and learnings in a sensationalized world, Oasis is dedicated to sharing human-centered stories of Asia’s leaders via content and events. If you would like to become our partner, please reach out to us at [email protected]