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Tatler Malaysia June 2020

THE essential guide to the very best in life, Tatler Malaysia runs the gamut of high-end living, from cool parties to fine dining, from international fashion to luxury travel. Tatler Malaysia has unparalleled access to the world’s most glamorous people, the exotic places they frequent and the desirable objects they own. The magazine showcases all this via exclusive features that are insightful, entertaining and presented with style. Distinguished by wit and savoir faire, Tatler Malaysia has been an indispensable part of life for the city’s sophisticates for over 30 years. Our well-heeled readership shape opinions and trends in Malaysia and across the region. This affluent and influential group is almost impossible to reach - except through the pages of Tatler Malaysia.

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around asia

TATLER HONG KONG Josie Ho—the actress, singer and founder of music label Drill 162 and film company 852 Films—is a force to be reckoned with. In her latest indie film, Habit, which is due to be released later this year, Ho stars as a wild party girl who becomes involved in criminal activities. hk.asiatatler.com SHANGLIU TATLER Mixed martial artist Zhang Weili, who stars on Shangliu Tatler’s cover, has won a total of 21 fights, losing only one throughout her entire MMA career. She has since become the first Chinese UFC World Champion after defeating the former reigning champion, Brazilian fighter Jessica Andrade. shangliutatler.com TATLER INDONESIA Veronika Linardi, Veronica Colondam, Imelda Harsono and Wulan Tilaar star on the cover of Tatler Indonesia’s June issue. All four women have sprung into action since the start of the…

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making strides

“There’s never been a better time to be a woman,” said Oprah Winfrey, and we agree. Worldwide, in these past decades, women have been steadfastly gaining prominence on the world stage in all spheres. One such shining example is our cover star Shila Amzah. Who could have known that a non-Chinese woman would win over the pop culture populace in China? In our exclusive interview with her, she tells us about how she has managed to change public misconceptions about hijabs and even boosted the confidence levels of those already wearing them. Becoming a mother has made her even more determined to give her best, not only to her baby son but also her family, friends and fans as well. Also in this issue are profiles on strong, admirable and capable women…

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SARAH SAW A versatile stylist who wears many hats, Sarah has been venturing into video directing and producing lately. She showcases her 13 years of styling experience in our cover feature of singing sensation Shila Amzah in this issue (p.168) TAK SUGITA As a child, Tak Sugita’s first love was drawing, which over the years developed into a passion for all art and, eventually, to a career in photography shooting fashion and portraits for magazines and brands including Levi’s, Shiseido and Shu Uemura. This month, Tak photographed the fashion shoot Into the Wild (p.66) HAYLENA KRISHNAMOORTHY Haylena is driven by alternative narratives through cultures and communities, human rights, conservation of the environment and wildlife. An independent journalist with a wide range of media exposure, she previously worked as a television and radio news presenter while…

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heart to heart

Five children from low-income families who suffered from life-threatening heart defects received financial aid in the Heart to Heart Charity dinner at Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur. Hosted by a duo long dedicated towards humanitarian causes, Dato’ Rosemarie Wee and Florence Fang, the charity’s initial target of supporting the four children as well as their families, saw the philanthropic efforts of those who contributed ultimately saving a fifth child. Guests who bought tables that evening included Lee Jim Leng, Datin Alissa Fitri, Datin Usha Nair, Dato’ Kevin Yong, Dato’ Sri Rozita Ramelan, Shirieene Hajamaideen, Meera Sen as well as Catherine Mah. And although not being able to attend, altruistic souls such as Vincent Tan of Getha Bedding, Dato’ Azmall Jamaluddin, Datuk Kelvin Tan, Dato’ Jaime Chan Abdullah, Datin YM Ding, Mariam Teh…

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fierce and fabulous

With the words, “It’s Me, Me, Mina!” cheekily written on the invitation, guests arrived at Datin Mina Cheah’s birthday party at Rama V, Kuala Lumpur. Some dressed to the nines, while others wore hiking gear to emulate Datin Mina’s adventurous spirit—like her eldest son, Daryl Foong, who had worn the exact same outfit during a trek up Mount Kilimanjaro with his mum. As guests tucked into a delicious spread of Thai cuisine, a few took their turns to share stories about the birthday girl. And true to her fun-loving nature, Datin Mina later prompted her friends to a spirited karaoke session, ending with dancing to the greatest hits of the ’80s.…

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dream big, fly high

FUTURE WELLNESS EVANGELIST young lady was a and school athlete, representing her school in numerous inter-school championships. She loved to perform, known for playing the guitar and co-choreographing the senior class graduation dance performance. Today she’s the founder and CEO of a wellness lifestyle brand. FUTURE F&B ENTREPRENEUR A keen member of the drama society with a soft spot for Shakespeare dramas. As a school girl, she was an avid runner and sportswoman. Her competitive edge and creative flair have put her in good stead. As a serial entrepreneur, today you’ll find her hitting a home run in the F&B field. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADER An enviable all-round A student, this girl has been driven to strive for excellence her whole life. A Gold Level Duke of Edinburgh awardee, Prefect and House Captain. She was also…