“Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Asia” (2016)

comprises seven thoughtful essays written by graduate students from Harvard University, MIT Sloan School of Management and Stanford University who participated in two Asia Leadership Treks in 2015, an intensive, experiential learning and public service program which took them across Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, the Philippines, and Thailand. The Trekkers’ essays offer a much-needed window into the complex story of contemporary Asia from their travels around the continents and meetings with both the current leaders and the next generation of leaders in business, government, and social enterprise.


“Redefining Success: Learning to Lead for Change” (2016)

is a compilation of essays from 16 delegates of the 2015 Executive Leadership School featuring stories, reflections and lessons on personal leadership, communication and confidence building, which emphasises that exercising leadership is not about being the one in charge or on the top of the hierarchy; rather it is about taking up the challenge to pursue something greater, in turning downsides into upsides, and in contributing to make our world a better place.


“Finding the Leaders in Us: New Goals for Success” (2016)

is a compilation of 13 leadership lessons. Compelling and heart-warming, insightful and informative, the chapters are penned by participants of the 2015 Trilateral Leadership Summit organized in Sendai, Japan, and delegates from the Asia Leadership Youth Camp held in Sunway International School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The stories are a testament that there is always something the youth can teach us on what it means to be the future leaders of Asia in the 21st century.


“Experiencing Asia: New Perspectives” (2014)

collection of nine personal essays written by graduate students from Harvard University, MIT Sloan School of Management and Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy who embarked on the Asia Leadership Trek in 2014. The Trek, a month-long socioeconomic, political, cultural study tour and public service program, saw the students travelling to China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Korea to learn about leadership, education, and entrepreneurship in Asia.