This is my first post, and I'm not gonna lie, I'm nervous.
Recently, I've been thinking about going to Singapore. My friend Nick says the toilets are really clean and the shopping is phenomenal. But I wasn't sure about the work. I don't speak Mandarin or Malay, but there's just something I love about Asian culture that I have never been able to put into words until now: Jureeporn Thaidumrong.
Founder of Jeh United in Bangkok (I know that's not Singapore, but regardless...), Thaidumrong is an inspiration for women everywhere. She's won countless awards, opened her own shop and has managed to rise to the top of the advertising food chain in a part of the world where women get very little recognition. Her work is touching and inspiring and she makes me want to pack my bags and go work for her. She can pay me in Pocky candy sticks if she wants.
If you haven't gotten a chance to check out her work and her awesomeness, I suggest you do so immediately. You don't know what you're missing.
Point being, there's some very cool stuff coming out of Asia and more of it than you think is by women. Singapore Air and your wonderful hot towels, here I come.