Plastic & Polystyrene Food Packaging Is Not Ok, So This M’sian Made Eco-Friendly Versions
Paper Inc. is a Malaysian startup that produces eco-friendly food packaging like trays and lunch boxes, to help the environment.
6 Hardships Dato’ Lee Chong Wei Had To Go Through In His 19-Year Career
Dato' Lee Chong Wei recently officially announced his retirement from badminton. Here are challenges and hardships he faced in his 19-year career.
8 BS Things We’ve Heard About Pursuing Our Passions
To be able to pursue a passion is a dream for many, but there are a lot of myths and errors to be debunked about the pursuit of passion.
How 7 Change-Makers Stay Successful By Managing The Most Unpredictable Factor—People
Successful business leaders, KOLs, and influencers to share their lessons about managing people at TEDxBangsar's first event.
This NGO Gave Away 30K Trees, Just To Teach 30K M’sians To Love The Environment
Free Tree Society Kuala Lumpur is a national organisation that provides free trees and volunteer sessions to protect the environment in Malaysia.
How This Duo Went From MBAs In Oxford To Helping SEA Businesses Get Funding From Banks
Butterfly FX is a M'sian-based platform for micro-entrepreneurs to learn financial literacy, providing tools to run and document their business better.
3 M’sian Founders Get Real On Slowing Down The Environmental Nightmare Of Fast Fashion
We speak to the founders of Real.m, Little and UNPLUG about sustainable fashion in Malaysia, living a zero waste life and conscious choices for better.
How These M’sians Transform Surplus Food Into 3-Course Meals For The Underprivileged
SESO is a non-profit organisation in M'sia that combats food waste by taking surplus food from supermarkets and grocery stores to feed the underprivileged.
How Does A M’sian Social Enterprise Get Robots And AI Onto Its Food Truck Fleet?
Masala Wheels talks about their growth, their latest equity partnership with KCOM Group, and the development of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia.
Only One Malaysian Joined This Silicon Valley Competition—And She Won!
Eibhlin Lim, the Malaysian author of The Phoenix Perspective is one of the winners of the Silicon Valley-based Pioneer Tournament in October 2018.
This S’porean Built 24-Hour Gym Pods So ‘Gym-troverts’ Can Exercise In Private – Invested $50K To Start Up
Self-professed 'gym-trovert' Damian Chow started up The Gym Pod to provide a safe space for busy or shy Singaporeans to work out in private.
Are M’sian Grads Up To Par? Dyson’s Global VP Of Engineering Gives His Candid Opinion.
We spoke to Dyson's Global VP of Engineering and Operations about acquisition of Malaysian talent and their focus on the education sector.