Startup investor and advisor
Singapore

I’m a lawyer turned full-time investor. I invest in early stage startups in the payments and services marketplace verticals. I also invest in publicly-listed companies that offer products or services which are highly addictive. I am also crazy about yoga and coffee.
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Steven Liew on Exploring Kyushu like a localStartup investor and advisorSome time ago
I lived in Fukuoka, Japan for 2 years to launch my own business there. I also had plenty of fun while I was there. Here’s an insider look of Fukuoka if you are thinking about traveling to Japan after the restrictions are lifted - https://www.anywhr.co/insights/fukuoka-kyushu-hidden-gems-with-expert-steven-liew
Live Like a Local in Japan: Exploring Fukuoka’s Hidden Gems with Steven Liew — Anywhr | Plan & Book Incredible Trips Hassle-Free
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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Oh I miss Japan so much! Haven't visited Fukuoka yet, but certainly willing to as you inspired a lot! My dream is to spend few years living in this surreal and magnificent country 🖤🇯🇵
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Steven Liew on How to invest your money?Startup investor and advisorSome time ago
The second worst excuse for not actively investing your money is “I dont know how.” And the worst? “I don’t have time.” Why would any sane person not spend a bit of time to learn about investing? All of us want a passive income! All of us want to retire early! But to really live the YOLO lifestyle, you need to have some money at your disposal. Depending on your tolerance for risks, there are plenty of things in which to invest - from unit trusts, equities to real estates or cryptocurrencies. Key is to start small, fail fast, learn fast and continue investing.

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