Most of us have a list of goals we are determined to achieve this new year. We ask four enterprising individuals for theirs
Jade Kua “Last year, I developed my first app, Dare, to teach community CPR, and authored my first children’s book, How We Save A Heart. In 2019, I will continue developing child and infant CPR education locally. Also, I’m always telling my kids to dream big, so it’s my wish to bring my CPR programme onto an international platform one day.” Kimihisa Abe “This year, I have a few things I hope to achieve. I want to climb to the top of Mount Fuji in Japan; lower my golf handicap to below 10; invest in a food business, which is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while; and continue to live happily with my wife, Kyoko.” Marilyn Lum “I’m looking forward to another year of research studies and getting one step closer to completing my doctorate in education. As the vice president of the Singapore Island Country Club, I can’t wait to continue leading our May Day Charity event and supporting our beneficiaries, which include the Society for the Aged Sick.” Pek Lay Peng “This year, I hope to realise the dream that I have for my fashion business, Societya. I want to venture outside of Singapore with it and launch at least two off-site spaces, like a popup at a fashion week, for instance, so I can showcase the works of the talented Asian designers we work with to the region and beyond.