Written In The Stars
THERE WERE TOO MANY UNCANNY SIGNS IN THE LIFE OF 8ILLIONAIRE PHILANTHROPIST YURI MILNER FOR HIM TO IGNORE A CHILDHOOD CALLING. SEAN FITZPATRICK TRAVELS TO SILICON VALLEY TO MEET HIM AND HIS WIFE, JULIA, AND FIND OUT A8OUT THEIR QUEST TO SOLVE THE QUESTION:ARE WE ALONE?
Stepping into his father’s shoes as the executive chairman of Malayan United Industries is a monumental task, but Andrew Khoo is taking the challenge in his stride.
No Keeping Mum
While infertility and conception issues have been around for ages, it has remained a topic that society keeps hush-hush and to a certain extent, treats as taboo. Three brave and inspiring mothers have come together in a tell-all with Kathlyn D’Souza, about how they initially struggled to conceive and eventually resorted to In Vitro Fertilisation.
Miniature Works Of Art
These watches do more than tell time. They also showcase Blancpain’s savoir-faire in decorative art through the use of ancient techniques.
Samantha Lim discovers how Eric Olmedo, principal research fellow at the Institute of Ethnic Studies (KITA), is establishing The Ulam School to create a new culture of eating.
Ong Chin Huat gets to talking with Aina Syahirah and Julie Anne Kang, who are co-founders of home-grown shoe brand Kulet, and discovers why blending in is more important to them than standing out.
From Dawn To Dusk
A little insight and some not-to-be-missed dishes to enjoy during Ramadan.
In conjunction with Malaysia Tatler’s 30th anniversary, we caught up with past Tatler awardees to find out how they fared on their path to success. They share with us their thoughts on sustainability in the areas of leadership, their industry and work in general
Defying The Odds
Two go-getters who broke boundaries and went against all odds to inspire and motivate others
A Moveable Feast
Mixing business with pleasure, food writer Samantha Lim attends the third Food & Society Conference in Paris organised by the Asia Pacific Food Studies Network
A Sweet Escape
Tucked away within the Unesco World Geopark lies the Four Seasons Langkawi, an award-winning Malaysian beach resort designed to restore health and harmony
Crack The Code
Audemars Piguet launches an all-new collection, Code 11.59
One For The Books
The Magic Bus programme helps underprivileged children in India break out of the poverty cycle. Founder Matthew Spacie tells Terence Lim why education is the most powerful tool in this operation.
Rolls Royce Cullinan, The Ultimate Choice For Comfort and Spaciousness
Rolls-Royce marks its foray into the super luxury sports utility vehicle territory with the Cullinan, a family car that embodies the British marques commitment to the highest echelon of luxury. Chong Seow Wei reports from Beijing.
Farah Ann Hadis record as one of the countrys top sportspersons stands her in good stead as the first female athlete to be appointed a Friend of Corum in Southeast Asia.
Blancpain finds a home in Suria KLCC around the same time IWC inaugurates a new production plant in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Samantha Lim checks out both physical spaces.
Not Just Juice
Rachel Ng gets the juicy bits on how mum-preneur Annabelle Co-Martinent juggles her many hats, being the driving force behind her many enterprises.
Two Is Better Than One
DESPITE THE ODDS STACKED AGAINST THEM, IZREE KAI HAFFIZ AND MOHD HAFIZI RADZI WOO FROM FIZIWOO PROVE THAT ALL YOU NEED TO THRIVE IN HARD TIMES IS PURE GRIT, HARD WORK AND THE COURAGE TO TAKE RISKS, WRITES LILY ONG
Ride On Time
In its patronage of two of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events—one in Britain, the other in the US—Rolex continues a six-decade tradition of supporting competitive riding, writes Christian Barker
Driven To Perform
The Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 4MATIC serves well as a small family SUV, but its masculine aesthetics and sporty nature will probably see dad reach for the car more often than mom.
The founder and managing director of the Ocean Recovery Alliance, Douglas Woodring—who was awarded the Prince’s Prize for Innovative Philanthropy this year by Prince Albert II of Monaco—talks to Steven Crane about the need for much greater global intervention to turn the tide of plastic pollution.
Shirley Fung hopes that readers will realise that there is justice in gender equality through her book Second Chinese Daughter, which she discusses about with Kathlyn D’Souza.
Going Crazy For Crazy Rich Asians
The city’s most powerful are all talking about the film adaptation of Crazy Rich Asians—and whether they inspired any of the characters.
Executive Director of Royal Selangor International Yong Yoon Li believes in keeping true to what they do best—making and preserving pewter to be relevant for the past, present, as well as future.
The New Dawn
Political powerhouses NURUL IZZAH ANWAR and HANNAH YEOH join forces again for a particularly patriotic discussion with KATHLYN D’SOUZA, on the victory that changed Malaysia, and their thoughts plus plans for the future of the nation.
Eco-Warriors, On The Watch
Amid alarming reports that we are at the cusp of irreversible global warming, four passionate environmental activists refuse to give up hope. They share their personal and professional agenda to fight climate change with Lily Ong
Chopard is a role model in the art and business of luxury with a conscience. The brand’s co-president Caroline Scheufele shares on its journey so far in this exclusive with Brian Cheong
Of Legacy And Community Care
As Hilton Hotels celebrates its 100th year, Fiona Kee reached out to Jamie Mead, the brand’s regional general manager, to talk about how the hotel gives back
With over a century of history, Harley-Davidson is more than just a brand, it has become a lifestyle. Fiona Kee discovers what makes these rides so special
Chef 's Nostalgia
Nadodi, a South Indian and Sri Lankan fine dining establishment in Kampung Baru, meets demands despite mounting pressures, notes Samantha Lim