Founder

Yong Chuen is a food aficionado who doesn’t just love to eat but also appreciates the heart and process of food preparation. He can’t stop recommending great aspiring chefs out there even though he is not outspoken like an extrovert.

There is so much more to learn and experience in every single moment. As one of the ex main founders in AsiaStyleAsia, he has contributed in his ways from scratch – from photography (which was extremely challenging as an amateur who doesn’t own any camera) to connecting people and co-organising a hands-on workshop.

Building long term relationships and friendships is what he believes in – for the right purpose. Beyond that, he is also someone who appreciates artwork, fashion scene, and he loves travelling. Being able to contribute to the community both locally and globally in the future is what he wants to achieve too.

Editor In Chief

Born and raised in New York, American-Taiwanese writer Yvonne Liang is currently residing in Singapore after 5 years in Bangkok where she worked as a lifestyle correspondent for several local and international publications.

She graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a degree in Communication Arts.

Contributing Editor

Patwant Singh, Managing Director (PWS Media)

Patwant has 20 years of experience in TV and media spanning news, entertainment and documentaries.

He started his TV career working on some of the most successful local English television productions like Gotcha!, ShowBuzz and Hey! Singapore. In journalism Patwant was the face of local sports actively involved in the coverage of all the major sporting events in Singapore including the inaugural 2008 Singapore F1 Race where he was the one of the first reporters to do a Live Cross for Channel NewsAsia on the opening night of the world’s first night F1 race. He was instrumental in the news broadcast coverage of the first Youth Olympics and trained many junior reporters over the years. As a veteran journalist, Patwant covered other news beats from politics to major disasters and was one of the first reporters on the ground reporting live on the Little India Riots. Patwant also proved his versatility as he reported for MediaCorp radio, the Today Newspaper and Channel NewsAsia’s online platform. Being a sports media expert, he was  also a regular co-host on 938Live’s Sports Talkshow, SportsZone.

Patwant’s sports media personality status resulted in him being selected to be a Torch Bearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and it was even more special as he was the only media representative from Singapore to run in the historic event.

Patwant is now an adjunct lecturer at Ngee Ann Poly and runs his own media training agency serving clients across schools, tertiary institutions and corporations. He grooms adults, students and other professionals who want to make an impact through TV or other broadcast platforms. Skills that Patwant impart include public speaking, presentation and TV interview techniques. He has been invited to speak as an expert and motivator at various events from Youth Seminars, Career Talks and Ministry of Education run education talks.

Contributing Editor

Sunnie Quynh Le

Dalat, the capital of Lâm Đồng Province in Vietnam is where Sunnie is originated from and she spent her growing up days in Ho Chi Minh City. She is currently based in Tapei while previously she has actually been living in Singapore for the past 6 years and has graduated from Edinburgh Napier University (UK) with a Master of Science in International Business Management. Besides having experience in the media industry in both MC on a TV show and other entertainment, She is also an entrepreneur.

On a not so serious mode, Sunnie deems herself as just a dreamer. She enjoys traveling, art and is truly passionate about lifestyle, cooking, fashion and many happy living tricks. She also likes to create her own travel diary. Beyond everything, she likes to make you feel excited, happy and positive.