Suraya is an independent communications consultant specialising in online content creation and management and the blogger behind personal finance blog Ringgit Oh Ringgit. She is also the VP of Access Blockchain Association Malaysia and co-founder of Suna Productions, a new theater production company.
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Food Blogging 101
BY SOYA YANAGAWA
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Soya Yanagawa joined Indonesian Food Blogger (IFB) community in 2013. For his Pecha Kucha presentation, he shared the do's and don'ts, as well as the inspirations for food blogging. As a community, IFB has been invited to support various culinary events and featured in several media. At the moment there's 11,702 members of Indonesian Food Blogger all over the world.
BY TESIA SMITH
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 20, 2015
Using food as a way to learn more about culture, while living in Aomori City, Japan for 5 years, Tesia Smith took on her own challenge, eating her favorite restuarant's entire menu. Finding new favorite sushi and challenging unpleasant sushi, she created a blog her sushi journey.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 6, 2015.
Street Fashion Blogging
BY CAMERON ADAMS
@ VOL 28
ON FEB 21, 2016
Cameron Adams, Vol. 18 alumni, is back to update us on street fashion blogging here in Atlanta. Most Atlanta-iens will know Cameron and his ninja-like ability to snap his fashion photos. Now, listen as Cameron describes his start in street fashion blogging, his inspiration, what he looks for, and how he makes his photographs!
Eating, Drinking and Anonymous Blogging in Vientiane
BY LILANI GOONESENA
@ VOL 4
ON SEP 15, 2016
Lilani Goonesena is the blogger behind Eat Drink Laos, who is also a freelance writer and web designer. She is the nosy person who asks endless questions and shamelessly snaps photos in restaurants and at street food stalls around Vientiane. Lilani gives us a peek into the scrumptious world of food blogging in Vientiane.
What can we learn from M-pesa: The global leader in mobile money
BY WANJIKU GITHEGI
@ VOL 33
ON MAY 22, 2017
How can technology empower people? Wanjiku Githegi believes that financial sector development and financial inclusion can empower individuals. She talks about M-pesa in Kenya, which empowers each Kenyan irrespective of social class, gender or educational background.
Does money make you mean?
BY PAUL SMEETS
@ VOL 34
ON JAN 30, 2018
What do you think, does money make you mean? Paul Smeets, Associate Professor in Finance at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, investigated the influence of money on prosocial behaviour over the last few years.
Traditionally finance researchers have only focused on how to behave
to earn more money. Paul flipped this question around and asked: Does having more money influence your behaviour?
Drop the F Bomb on Money
BY CHARLOTTE STEGGALL
@ VOL 20
ON MAY 15, 2019
When Charlotte Steggall talks to young people about the schools programme Take Your Place, helping young people with little or no experience of university explore the world of higher education, the topic that always comes up is money. The barriers that stop people talking about money, the stigmas and judgements, are things that Charlotte is helping to get rid of. Encouraging young people to be open about money helps them to be more confident about making financial decisions and explore their options.