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Pearl Tan is the Arts & Culture sector winner of the 2020 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards.
Lyma Nguyen was the overall winner and professions sector winner of the 2020 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards.
While laboratories still endeavour to create a vaccine to eradicate COVID-19, the annual Asian-Australian Leadership Summit (AALS) actively addressed the most stigmatising repercussion of the pandemic: racism.
Philip Le Liu was the Public Sector & Government Category Winner of the 2019 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards.
Benjamin Law was the Arts, Culture & Sport Category Winner of the 2019 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards.
Astrid Haban-Beer pursued her career as a Barrister at the Victorian Bar in pursuit of a passionate belief in every person’s right to have access to justice.
Growing up in a multi-ethnic and multi-religious family in Adelaide, Dr Imran Lum experienced racism first-hand as a Chinese/Malay in the 1990's and discrimination post September-11 as a Muslim.
With a deep interest in understanding infectious diseases and how to fight them, Dr. Meru Sheel completed undergraduate studies in Biotechnology in India. This burning focus saw her later migrate to Australia on a full scholarship to undertake her PhD in Life Sciences at Queensland University of Technology.
Khunapong Khunaraksa is a Water Innovator, Asia Pacific Expert and International Storyteller.
When Pakistani born Dr Muneera Bano finished school, she was staring at a future like most Pashtun women before her. One that regarded education for women a privilege, unlike the basic right that was afforded her four elder brothers and all men in her country.