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Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Tsen-Waye Tay

Tsen-Waye Tay

Co-founder

By asking how word, image and sound can provoke people to act, Waye aims to tell stories that expand and deepen perspectives, propelling the changes needed to build a kinder and more inclusive world.

Tsen-Waye Tay

Tsen-Waye Tay

Co-founder

By asking how word, image and sound can provoke people to act, Waye aims to tell stories that expand and deepen perspectives, propelling the changes needed to build a kinder and more inclusive world.

Tsen-Waye Tay

Tsen-Waye Tay

Co-founder

By asking how word, image and sound can provoke people to act, Waye aims to tell stories that expand and deepen perspectives, propelling the changes needed to build a kinder and more inclusive world.

See also

Jean Hew

Jean Hew

Head of Research
Charmaine Poh

Charmaine Poh

Co-founder | Head of Visual Culture and Media
Faris Joraimi

Faris Joraimi

History Editor
Corrie Tan

Corrie Tan

Arts Editor

Pradeep Krishnan

St. Gallen, Switzerland
Abhishek Mehrotra

Abhishek Mehrotra

Head of Content

Dan Koh

Singapore

Teo You Yenn

Singapore
Nicholas Fang

Nicholas Fang

Media Strategist

Liting Tan

Taipei

Marissa Lee

Singapore

Haolie Jiang

Singapore

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