Introducing The Honourees From Across Asia On The Gen.T List 2021
We have now unveiled all 300 honourees on the Gen.T List 2021.
We released all the names from one country or territory every few days, revealing the honourees from Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Mainland China, Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan over a two-week period.
The 300 young leaders from across Asia selected for the Gen.T List 2021 represent the future. They are the successful entrepreneurs, professionals and creatives we believe are the Leaders of Tomorrow. Click the button below to see who they are and read their profiles.
See The Gen.T List 2021 here
Over the past two weeks, we've also been publishing stories on the work and impact of the newest members of our community. Read them here.
Gen.T honouree Anne-Marie “Harmony” Ilunga is breaking barriers one model at a time with her inclusive modelling agency, Harmony HK
Women should be able to express their sexual desire without being labelled a "slut", says Claudia Chanhoi. The artist uses illustrations to normalise sexual conversations in Hong Kong
Singapore alternative protein startup TurtleTree is one of the world’s first companies to use a cell-based method to make milk. It's co-founder Fengru Lin talks about the impact of traditional milk farming on the planet—and how her product can help
These young leaders in Singapore are driving social change through their chosen platforms, from virtual reality to art
Malaysian Artist Red Hong Yi shares her experience of creating her first NFT art piece—and the potential the medium holds for digital artists everywhere
Meet five young leaders in Malaysia who are driving change through their impactful startups
Ron Baetiong, CEO and founder of Podcast Network Asia, on why every young creative should launch a podcast.
Meet six young leaders in the Philippines who are breaking new ground with their businesses
Ivy Wong is trying to make workplace diversity the most important driver of positive change for LGBTQ people in mainland China
Vivi Lin, the founder of Little Red Hood, is addressing menstrual stigma and the period poverty that can accompany it, through education and providing menstrual products to girls who struggle to access them
A youthful veteran of emergency medicine, Debryna Dewi Lumanauw wants to use her skills to bridge Indonesia's urban-rural healthcare gap
Chonladet ‘Nuek’ Khemarattana's company Robowealth has launched Thailand's first robo-advisory investment product. He explains how his company is disrupting the fintech industry for the better
After you've finished browsing through the list, why not Meet The Tribe and learn more about the panel of industry experts who nominated and helped vet candidates for the list. You can also browse through the Gen.T List 2021 In Numbers to discover the gender ratio, the total amount of funding raised by this year's honourees, and much more. Finally, if you have ambitions of being a future Leader of Tomorrow, check out our explainer on how to get on the Gen.T List.
See all honourees on the Gen.T List 2021.