Welcome to our weekly roundup!

Highlighting the different posts we had this week and previewing what’s to come next week.



Daily Dose with Arthur Huang

What will it take for us to finally move beyond simply recycling, to actually upcycling?
It’s a tough question to answer. Especially amidst Covid, when hygenic, single-use products
are often seen as safer. Can we do it? Hear more from Arthur Huang from MINIWIZ in
our latest Daily Dose.

Watch Part 1 here and Part 2 here of our full episode with Arthur Huang.


Sneak peek of our newest series – The Business of MMA

Combat sports is big business. From live events, to millions of gym memberships, we take
an inside look at the economics of Asia’s MMA industry. Check out a sneak peek here with
Shumei Lam, co-founder of Neue Fit – and catch the full episode – coming soon!


Quote of the Day

We all agree students need to read and write before they leave school. But it’s ok for some students
to “not be good at math”. If all the (best) jobs of the future will be in STEM, what happens then?
Find out more in our latest episode  – The Business of STEM Education – coming January 8.



Happy New Year

Fun fact: According to MIT the average toilet paper roll contains around 1,000 sheets. Or roughly 3/day
over a year (if you’re rationing). Something that would have seemed unimaginable just a year ago.

Here’s to a better year ahead! Happy New Year!