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Malaysia Tatler March 2019

Malaysia Tatler covers the exclusive & stylish showcases of the very best in life, from smart parties to fine dining, international fashion, luxury travel, world’s most glamorous people, exotic travels & desirable objects.

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Malaysia
Taal:
English
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Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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12 Edities

IN DEZE EDITIE

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around asia

Angela Cheng-Matsuzawa, Yolanda Choy-Tang, Emily Lam-Ho and Tansy Lau-Tom from EcoDrive, a female-fronted NGO that fights single-use plastic, were among the industry leaders who attended the inaugural Asia Tatler Sustainability Forum at Soneva Kiri. Seven brilliant young creatives—Christian Soeseno Boenarso, Adinda Kuntadi, Jovita Widjaja-Roesli, Ramadhania Bakrie, Vannya Istarinda, Arsyah Rasyid and Maudy Ayunda—share the secrets of their success and tales of getting there. On the cover are Bo Yi Hou, chairman of Universal Cement Corporation, together with his sons Jack and Johnson, who are now helping him run the family business. They talk about how they keep team spirit up and their vision for the future. One of the region’s most successful movie stars, Tony Leung, graces the cover in celebration of being the recipient of the inaugural Chaplin Award for Asia. Kiera…

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highlights

SOCIETY Couple Spotlight Glamorous couple Ung Yiu Lin and Azlan Iskandar have come a long way from what started as a three-year long distance relationship to their beautiful family of five today. TRAVEL Bangkok Treasures We sit down with Tishti Sumitra, general manager of Thai Airways International for Malaysia and Brunei, to get his list of essential places to visit in Bangkok, plus other travel tips. ARTS The Swee Lee Life Our interview with the animated, young CEO of Swee Lee Music, Kuok Meng Ru, at the brand’s chic new Lot 10 store, has us in good spirits; he talks of his unwavering passion for music and keeping musicians united in this fast-paced digital age. VIDEO Into the Kitchen Cookbook author, mum and all-round food lover Danielle Peita Graham invites the Tatler team into her kitchen to share her best loved…

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sisterhood of women

SHE HAS a voice that can rise and fall in melodious overtures, a beauty that is ageless, and a vital spirit that speaks of pluck and determination. We have the honour of having Datuk Syafinaz Selamat to front our Women’s Issue. And yes, do we have a stellar lineup of interesting women to read about this month, as we highlight their accomplishments and their contributions to society. It is a common societal belief that once women are married, they will put aside their careers to focus on their responsibilities on the home front. But the question is, why is that a given? After Margot Robbie tied the knot with her beau Tom Ackerley, the first question she was asked in almost every interview was about babies. She was outright outraged, saying,…

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it’s showtime!

IT’S SAFE TO say that Datuk Syafinaz Selamat is a passionate workaholic—she exuded this exact vibe as soon as she entered the studio on a sunny Wednesday. In fact, we may argue that she worked too hard, considering her jam-packed schedule and her feeling under the weather during our shoot. Despite that, she offered a bright and dazzling smile and an enthusiastic “Hello all!” and put everybody at ease… most of the time anyway, if they weren’t so star-struck. “I still listen to your Ingin Bersamamu album!” confessed our makeup artist, half-singing and half-putting Syafinaz’s makeup on. Syafinaz conveyed her gratitude and proved that just like her music, this beauty remained just as timeless, modern and relevant throughout the years. Once her face, hair and outfit were ready, we busied ourselves with…

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contributors

KIM MUN The KL-based photographer plays with foggy and cinematic lighting in our cover story If you could get away with one crime what would it be? With my kind of looks, I doubt I can get away with anything. What’s the weirdest compliment you’ve ever received? Someone once asked me whether I am gay. Which I’m not, but I do take it as a compliment because gay men tend to have better taste in everything. What’s your most successful chat-up line? “You look like a model, do I know you?” What’s your worst habit? I can’t resist a good cup of coffee every time I smell the aroma of it. HAIDA YUSOF The fashion stylist lends her expertise in prepping our cover star in Behind the Curtain What is the best piece of advice you’ve received? Just be true to yourself. What is…

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playing their cards right

AS THE CROWD gathered at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur’s Jade Room, much discussion took place over the exciting launch of the new United Overseas Bank (UOB) credit card. Unlike any other card, the UOB Visa Infinite credit card is crafted using an uncommon material—bronze, and is definitely a talking point for being the first of its kind in Malaysia. After having light refreshments at the foyer, guests were then ushered into the conference room in which Ronnie Lim, managing director and country head of UOB Malaysia; Sue Wong, executive director and head of cards and payment products of UOB Malaysia; as well as Ng Kong Boon, the director of business development for Visa, were ready to present UOB’s latest offering. The all-new by-invite-only UOB Visa Infinite metal card targets the bank’s existing…

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