IT CHANGED MY LIFE
Mr Jackson Aw looks at his cargo pants and says ruefully: "I guess I have grown up."
Six years ago, Ms Elicia Lee and her colleagues were retrenched from the marketing department of Electronic Arts (EA), one of the world's biggest gaming companies.
Hisato Hamada is seated in front of the Guangzhou Mian Shi Wanton Noodle stall in Tanglin Halt, happily digging into what he pronounces to be the best wanton noodles he has ever tasted.
His father fled the country to escape gambling debts, his mother was a bankrupt and his brother joined a gang. Despite his complicated background, today Patrick Chee is an entrepreneur.
Getting to where he is has been a soap opera of a journey for Mr Vernon Kwek, the chief executive of Primech Services & Engineering.
It was a hot January afternoon in 2013. The sun was beating down on Desmond Lim as he sat astride his Kawasaki Versys 1000, waiting for the traffic light to turn green on a country road near...
For as long as she can remember, Elizabeth Vazquez has wanted to help women. As co-founder and chief executive of WEConnect International, she is doing just that.
Mr Isaac Mung is brutally honest with himself because he believes he will not grow or evolve otherwise.
Ms Angie Chew gave up her $20,000 monthly salary and took a 60 per cent pay cut to grow a charity promoting happy and healthy living.
Haben Girma, the first deaf-blind graduate from Harvard Law School, says disability is an opportunity for innovation.