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  • Women in a Mission Women in a Mission

    Women on a Mission

    Multi-tasking mother of four Christine Amour-Levar (CAL), investment banker turned photographer Karine Moge (KM) and adventurer Valerie Boffy (VB) combined their love for adventure with a worthy cause – to raise funds and awareness for women victims of violence. The founding members of Women on a Mission, a Singapore-based non-profit entity, talk about what drives them.

    Compiled by: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Women on a Mission

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    Trudy Gilbert

    Modern day cupid and author of 49 Secrets of an Elite Matchmaker Trudy Gilbert divulges what it takes to be a matchmaker to the well-heeled.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan

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    Ken Yang

    Paris-based Malaysian artist Ken Yang talks about his love for creating art and the burgeoning Asian art scene.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan

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  • George Calombaris George Calombaris

    George Calombaris

    MasterChef Australia judge, restaurateur and cookbook author – George Calombaris wears many hats! The chef, who was only 24 when he won ‘Young Chef of the Year’ in The Age Good Food Guide, continues to win accolades for his creative cuisine. Here, Calombaris spills the beans on what makes a top chef and tells travel 3Sixty° who wears the chef’s whites at home.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Lifetime

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  • Mary Hutton-Free the Bears Fund Mary Hutton-Free the Bears Fund

    Mary Hutton

    A TV programme on the mistreatment of bears drove Mary Hutton to get off her couch and make a difference, which eventually led to the establishment of Free the Bears Fund, an organisation that has rescued over 800 bears from abuse and slaughter. Hutton tells travel 3Sixty° how she went from suburban grandmother to saviour of bears.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan  Images: Free The Bears/Peter Yuen

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  • Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan by Hazhen Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan by Hazhen


    Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder as a toddler, Hanzhen learnt to recognise words by illustrating everyday objects with the help of his architect parents. It wasn’t long before his parents discovered that their son was able to sketch whatever he saw in incredible detail. The 16-year-old autistic savant* from Malaysia has since won an award and several commissions for his work. Hanzhen shares his aspirations and passion for art with travel 3sixty°.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan

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    Sarika Gupta

    Using only her iPhone, Australian medic Sarika Gupta captured moving portraits of the people she encountered during voluntary clinical placements in India, Myanmar and Papua New Guinea. The Sydney native shares her love of medicine and art with travel 3Sixty° and talks to us about her first solo exhibition.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Sarika Gupta

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