HEARTS AND MINDS
Leaders in art, fashion and sport, plus great mums, feature in our regional editions this month
Senator Loren Legarda graces the cover for a fifth time. The arts patron discusses The Spectre of Comparison, the Philippine Pavilion’s exhibition at the Venice Biennale, which showcases the contrasting works of Lani Maestro and Manuel Ocampo. Elsewhere, the late painter Fernando Zóbel “returns” to Venice with a commemorative exhibition, and recent graduates of the International School Manila talk about their hopes and dreams.
TAIWAN TATLER GETTING FIT
As a remarkable athlete, Janet Jia was chosen for the cover of the Sports Issue. The founder of CH Wedding last year became the first Asian woman to complete the Enduroman Arch to Arc, an ultra-distance triathlon between London and Paris considered to be one of the world’s toughest sporting challenges. Elsewhere, society people such as Grace Sun (pictured) reveal their training programmes and partners.
SINGAPORE TATLER GAME CHANGERS
Marking the launch of the second edition of Generation T, this issue profiles five of Singapore’s brightest talents: V-key’s Benjamin Mah (who is on the cover), Homage’s Gillian Tee, Surbana Jurong’s Tan Szue Hann (pictured), Jigger & Pony’s Gan Guo Yi and Handshakes’ Daryl Neo.
SHANGLIU TATLER FASHION INFLUENCER
Fashion blogger Gogoboi, known for his outspoken, bold approach to style and entertainment, is on the cover. The influencer, with more than seven million followers on Weibo, shares his thoughts on the latest fashion trends and opens up about his personal life.
THAILAND TATLER MUM’S THE WORD
As Thais celebrate Mother’s Day this month, the issue is dedicated to motherdaughter relationships. Single mum and Thaibev corporate communication manager Radeethep Devakula appears on the cover with her daughters, Kamonphorn and Supipa, and five other mother-daughter duos also share their stories.
MALAYSIA TATLER DEEP DIVE
This issue gets up close and personal with diver Pandelela Rinong, the first female Malaysian athlete to win an Olympic bronze medal. The national treasure talks about how she balances her sports career and private life ahead of the Southeast Asian Games, which take place in Kuala Lumpur this month.