How a lazy student who caught and sold spiders transformed himself into a successful founder

Eugene Cheng, along with Kai Xin, runs a visual story telling startup, which counts among its clients the likes of Mastercard, Nike and Oracle 

How the son of a humble watch repairer became the owner of a multi-million dollar realty tech startup

His startup iMyanmarHouse, with over 550 developers, 2,200 agents and 300K listings, recently hit US$320M in total transaction value 

How Terra aims to get people to use its price-stable cryptocurrency

With leading e-commerce companies in the region, such as Qoo10 and Carousell, the startup formed a partnership called the Terra Alliance 

Unfazed by 3 failures, this 20-year-old is building a new startup, with some big names backing it

Success stories mean nothing and it’s just an indication that there’s a chance to succeed; behind it is a huge chance of failing, says Andy Chan 

How Meeber aims to help Indonesian F&B businesses provide better customer experience

Meet MeeberLite and Meeberian, two integrated apps complementing and connecting F&B business owners with its customers in Indonesia 

How GOWES plan to introduce bike-sharing to the Indonesian market

GOWES is currently working with DKI Jakarta provincial government to test out its bike-sharing concept in Monumen Nasional area 

Twitch Co-Founder Kevin Lin returns to Taiwan as free agent after Amazon Buyout

Game-streaming platform Twitch did so well that Amazon bought the startup for US$970 million in 2014 

How Carro co-founder Aaron Tan raised US$78M by thinking beyond the classifieds model

Aaron also originally envisioned Carro as an automotive marketplace that would replace dealers, but found out that that was the wrong approach 

Meet the VC: Click Ventures' Carman Chan on the most exciting changes in Hong Kong startup scene today

Founder and Managing Partner of Click Ventures, Carman Chan, also reveals how the Greater Bay Area initiative can benefit local startups 

How UrbanAce aims to modernise the way property agents do their business

UrbanAce believes that in property marketing, the role of agents remain irreplaceable. Here is how they aims to adjust it to the digital era