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 Angela Hijjas and Hijjas Kasturi, founders of the private arts centre Rimbun Dahan in Malaysia.

Angela Hijjas and Hijjas Kasturi, founders of the private arts centre Rimbun Dahan in Malaysia.

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 American-born Thai businessman, William Ellwood Heinecke, is a self-made billionaire. He is the CEO and Chairman of Minor Corporation, Minor International and Chairman of Minor Food Group.

American-born Thai businessman, William Ellwood Heinecke, is a self-made billionaire. He is the CEO and Chairman of Minor Corporation, Minor International and Chairman of Minor Food Group.

 Julia Peyton Jones OBE  is co-director of the Serpentine Gallery, London together with Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

Julia Peyton Jones OBE  is co-director of the Serpentine Gallery, London together with Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

 Stephen Webster, a contemperory British jewellery designer, founder of Stephen Webster Ltd and a Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard since 2008.

Stephen Webster, a contemperory British jewellery designer, founder of Stephen Webster Ltd and a Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard since 2008.

 Steve Lazarides, curator and gallery owner, opened his first gallery in Greek Street in 2006, in London’s Soho, to show “graffiti” or “urban” art including the work of the anonymous street painter Banksy.

Steve Lazarides, curator and gallery owner, opened his first gallery in Greek Street in 2006, in London’s Soho, to show “graffiti” or “urban” art including the work of the anonymous street painter Banksy.

 Alistair Spalding, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler's Wells Theatre since 2004.

Alistair Spalding, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler's Wells Theatre since 2004.

 Sir Paul Smith jr, RDI, the famed English fashion designer, whose business and reputation is founded upon his menswear.

Sir Paul Smith jr, RDI, the famed English fashion designer, whose business and reputation is founded upon his menswear.

 Staff at the prestigious tailors for bespoke suits at Anderson & Sheppards. London, UK.

Staff at the prestigious tailors for bespoke suits at Anderson & Sheppards. London, UK.

 Anda Rowland, director of Anderson & Sheppard. Alexander McQueen first trained here at Anderson & Sheppard when he was 16. Today Rowland is the only female principal on Savile Row, and she is transforming her family’s prestigious firm into a 21st-century luxury-goods operation. 

Anda Rowland, director of Anderson & Sheppard. Alexander McQueen first trained here at Anderson & Sheppard when he was 16. Today Rowland is the only female principal on Savile Row, and she is transforming her family’s prestigious firm into a 21st-century luxury-goods operation. 

 Ai Weiwei, in his courtyard at his studio. He is a leading Chinese artist, curator, architectural designer, cultural and social commentator and activist.

Ai Weiwei, in his courtyard at his studio. He is a leading Chinese artist, curator, architectural designer, cultural and social commentator and activist.

 A coal mine boss in Shaanxi Province, China.

A coal mine boss in Shaanxi Province, China.

 Sumeth Laomoraphorn, CEO of C.P Trading Group and C.P. Intertrade Ltd. Their production of rice is one of the most advanced and best.

Sumeth Laomoraphorn, CEO of C.P Trading Group and C.P. Intertrade Ltd. Their production of rice is one of the most advanced and best.

 Travel writer, Richard Doring, started Sita Garden bungalows 12 years ago. After the tsunami in 26 Dec 2004, he rebuilt Sita Garden through the support of personal loans and donors, people who were sympathetic to the victims who suffered enormous loss from this catastrophic natural disaster. He is also responsible for co-founding the non-profit Khao Lak Museum and Tsunami Exhibition.

Travel writer, Richard Doring, started Sita Garden bungalows 12 years ago. After the tsunami in 26 Dec 2004, he rebuilt Sita Garden through the support of personal loans and donors, people who were sympathetic to the victims who suffered enormous loss from this catastrophic natural disaster. He is also responsible for co-founding the non-profit Khao Lak Museum and Tsunami Exhibition.

 Levi Palmer, 3rd year student on the BA(Hons) Fashion course at St. Martins College.

Levi Palmer, 3rd year student on the BA(Hons) Fashion course at St. Martins College.

 Lionel Shriver, author of many well received books including About Kevin. 

Lionel Shriver, author of many well received books including About Kevin. 

 Nicolas Atwater, owner of the Pacific Social Club in Hackney, London.

Nicolas Atwater, owner of the Pacific Social Club in Hackney, London.

 Paulo Pong, owner of Altaya Wines ltd, Bordeaux etc, Champagne etc. 

Paulo Pong, owner of Altaya Wines ltd, Bordeaux etc, Champagne etc. 

 The artist Shao Fan at his studio in his home in Beijing.

The artist Shao Fan at his studio in his home in Beijing.

 Iain Sinclair, a British writer and film maker whose work is rooted largely in London, most recently within the influences of psychogeography.   

Iain Sinclair, a British writer and film maker whose work is rooted largely in London, most recently within the influences of psychogeography.

 

 The award winning author, Tash Aw.  He is known for his books The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and The Five Star Billionaire.   “This is a house of light and shadows, not far from where I live, in the East End. I come here to be with friends – we chat and drink tea and exchange ideas about work. As a novelist I can work anywhere in the world, and though I often find myself writing in far-flung places, it’s always to London that I return, to renew and re-anchor myself.” 

The award winning author, Tash Aw.  He is known for his books The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and The Five Star Billionaire. 

“This is a house of light and shadows, not far from where I live, in the East End. I come here to be with friends – we chat and drink tea and exchange ideas about work. As a novelist I can work anywhere in the world, and though I often find myself writing in far-flung places, it’s always to London that I return, to renew and re-anchor myself.” 

Angela Hijjas and Hijjas Kasturi, founders of the private arts centre Rimbun Dahan in Malaysia.

American-born Thai businessman, William Ellwood Heinecke, is a self-made billionaire. He is the CEO and Chairman of Minor Corporation, Minor International and Chairman of Minor Food Group.

Julia Peyton Jones OBE  is co-director of the Serpentine Gallery, London together with Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

Stephen Webster, a contemperory British jewellery designer, founder of Stephen Webster Ltd and a Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard since 2008.

Steve Lazarides, curator and gallery owner, opened his first gallery in Greek Street in 2006, in London’s Soho, to show “graffiti” or “urban” art including the work of the anonymous street painter Banksy.

Alistair Spalding, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler's Wells Theatre since 2004.

Sir Paul Smith jr, RDI, the famed English fashion designer, whose business and reputation is founded upon his menswear.

Staff at the prestigious tailors for bespoke suits at Anderson & Sheppards. London, UK.

Anda Rowland, director of Anderson & Sheppard. Alexander McQueen first trained here at Anderson & Sheppard when he was 16. Today Rowland is the only female principal on Savile Row, and she is transforming her family’s prestigious firm into a 21st-century luxury-goods operation. 

Ai Weiwei, in his courtyard at his studio. He is a leading Chinese artist, curator, architectural designer, cultural and social commentator and activist.

A coal mine boss in Shaanxi Province, China.

Sumeth Laomoraphorn, CEO of C.P Trading Group and C.P. Intertrade Ltd. Their production of rice is one of the most advanced and best.

Travel writer, Richard Doring, started Sita Garden bungalows 12 years ago. After the tsunami in 26 Dec 2004, he rebuilt Sita Garden through the support of personal loans and donors, people who were sympathetic to the victims who suffered enormous loss from this catastrophic natural disaster. He is also responsible for co-founding the non-profit Khao Lak Museum and Tsunami Exhibition.

Levi Palmer, 3rd year student on the BA(Hons) Fashion course at St. Martins College.

Lionel Shriver, author of many well received books including About Kevin. 

Nicolas Atwater, owner of the Pacific Social Club in Hackney, London.

Paulo Pong, owner of Altaya Wines ltd, Bordeaux etc, Champagne etc. 

The artist Shao Fan at his studio in his home in Beijing.

Iain Sinclair, a British writer and film maker whose work is rooted largely in London, most recently within the influences of psychogeography.

 

The award winning author, Tash Aw.  He is known for his books The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and The Five Star Billionaire. 

“This is a house of light and shadows, not far from where I live, in the East End. I come here to be with friends – we chat and drink tea and exchange ideas about work. As a novelist I can work anywhere in the world, and though I often find myself writing in far-flung places, it’s always to London that I return, to renew and re-anchor myself.” 

 Angela Hijjas and Hijjas Kasturi, founders of the private arts centre Rimbun Dahan in Malaysia.
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IAN TEH-REMY-343 copy.jpg
IAN TEH-REMY-758 copy.jpg
 American-born Thai businessman, William Ellwood Heinecke, is a self-made billionaire. He is the CEO and Chairman of Minor Corporation, Minor International and Chairman of Minor Food Group.
 Julia Peyton Jones OBE  is co-director of the Serpentine Gallery, London together with Hans-Ulrich Obrist.
 Stephen Webster, a contemperory British jewellery designer, founder of Stephen Webster Ltd and a Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard since 2008.
 Steve Lazarides, curator and gallery owner, opened his first gallery in Greek Street in 2006, in London’s Soho, to show “graffiti” or “urban” art including the work of the anonymous street painter Banksy.
 Alistair Spalding, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler's Wells Theatre since 2004.
 Sir Paul Smith jr, RDI, the famed English fashion designer, whose business and reputation is founded upon his menswear.
 Staff at the prestigious tailors for bespoke suits at Anderson & Sheppards. London, UK.
 Anda Rowland, director of Anderson & Sheppard. Alexander McQueen first trained here at Anderson & Sheppard when he was 16. Today Rowland is the only female principal on Savile Row, and she is transforming her family’s prestigious firm into a 21st-century luxury-goods operation. 
 Ai Weiwei, in his courtyard at his studio. He is a leading Chinese artist, curator, architectural designer, cultural and social commentator and activist.
 A coal mine boss in Shaanxi Province, China.
 Sumeth Laomoraphorn, CEO of C.P Trading Group and C.P. Intertrade Ltd. Their production of rice is one of the most advanced and best.
 Travel writer, Richard Doring, started Sita Garden bungalows 12 years ago. After the tsunami in 26 Dec 2004, he rebuilt Sita Garden through the support of personal loans and donors, people who were sympathetic to the victims who suffered enormous loss from this catastrophic natural disaster. He is also responsible for co-founding the non-profit Khao Lak Museum and Tsunami Exhibition.
 Levi Palmer, 3rd year student on the BA(Hons) Fashion course at St. Martins College.
 Lionel Shriver, author of many well received books including About Kevin. 
 Nicolas Atwater, owner of the Pacific Social Club in Hackney, London.
 Paulo Pong, owner of Altaya Wines ltd, Bordeaux etc, Champagne etc. 
 The artist Shao Fan at his studio in his home in Beijing.
 Iain Sinclair, a British writer and film maker whose work is rooted largely in London, most recently within the influences of psychogeography.   
 The award winning author, Tash Aw.  He is known for his books The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and The Five Star Billionaire.   “This is a house of light and shadows, not far from where I live, in the East End. I come here to be with friends – we chat and drink tea and exchange ideas about work. As a novelist I can work anywhere in the world, and though I often find myself writing in far-flung places, it’s always to London that I return, to renew and re-anchor myself.”