Based in Australia, Sandip – who is also a photographer – enjoys travelling. He has visited over 65 countries, across five continents. His travel tales are also published in newspapers and magazines in Australia, Singapore, Dubai and India.
Amantha is a journalist and a foreign correspondent currently based in Melbourne.
|Dr. Sanjiva Wijesinha
Dr. Sanjiva Wijesinha MBBS (Ceylon), MSc (Oxford), FRCS (Edin.) and FRACGP is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne.
Pallavi holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from St. Stephen’s College, one of India’s premier educational institutions. After working with companies like IBM and McKinsey & Co., she founded her own communications firm in New Delhi. Pallavi is a travel enthusiast and a self-confessed bookworm. She has lived in India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Thailand and Malaysia. Pallavi now resides in Indonesia.
An accountant by profession, Priyan has worked mainly in the corporate sector. He was a Finance Director of two public companies in Sri Lanka, and he runs an accountancy practice in Auckland serving SMEs.
Jennifer, an Australian Chinese chef and writer based in Singapore, shares her life journey and experiences around the globe through her passions – food history and cooking.
The author of Winds Behind the Willows, Ranjan pens the sports column in Living. In 2017, he was named Author of the Year at the SLT Silk Sports Awards.
An avid car enthusiast, Mat is an architect who shuttles between Singapore and Australia on work.
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Gloria is a research enthusiast dabbling in various topics including development, sustainability, business management, technology, ICT, education, gender and communications. She lives in Dubai and has worked as a Research Associate at the Institute of South Asian Studies – National University of Singapore.
The writer is an investment banker based in New York and holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management (you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org).
A journalist and former diplomat, Rajika is experienced in international strategic communications, and media relations and advocacy.
|Dr. Jan Prins
Dr. Jan Prins has been involved with the Exercise Sciences for the past 35 years. He is currently on the faculty at the University of Hawaii, where he teaches Biomechanics and Anatomical Kinesiology, and is the Director of the Aquatic Research Laboratory. He is the head swimming coach at the University of Hawaii and was an Olympic coach for Sri Lanka in 1984.
Saashya is an educator and researcher in Special Education. She holds a BSc in Education, and an MEd in Multiple and Severe Disabilities from Georgia State University, Atlanta. Apart from writing for LMD and Living, she is also an artist and avid traveller, and enjoys playing several musical instruments.
|Bill and Rich Sones
Bill Sones (left) is a career journalist who writes primarily on science and math. His publication credits include Gulf News (UAE), South China Morning Post, Miami Herald, Chicago Sun-Times, Cleveland Plain Dealer and many others. Rich Sones (right) is an industrial physicist who specialises in optics and image processing.