Rebecca Eu, whose family owns traditional Chinese medicine company Eu Yan Sang, has always been told that her best asset is her brain. She tells us, “Our minds are our most valuable possessions. The core of our humanity depends on the way our minds shift and change opinions.” Determined to be a changemaker, Rebecca set up social enterprise Love, Mei, which retails handmade apparel and accessories, with all net profits channelled towards providing survivors of human trafficking in the Philippines with skills training and employment. Rebecca, who made her international society debut at the 2013 Bal des Débutantes in Paris, says, “I believe that through employment and support for people who lack opportunity, we can make a difference in the community.”
The Gen.T 2016 List
50 of the brightest connectors, creative visionaries, influential innovators and disruptive talents in Singapore.