(image: Erwin Tan)
The founder of Green Is The New Black and The Wedge Asia, Stephanie Dickson is a third-culture kid of Scottish parents.
Growing up in SG and Tokyo, she studied in Melbourne before moving back to SG in 2010. Stephanie organises monthly The Wedge Asia events and festivals like the Green Is The New Black – The Conscious Festival, which comprises impressive guest speakers and a marketplace filled with feel-good goods each October.
She adores her Karst Stone Paper notebook that’s waterproof, tear-resistant and made from recycled stone. “The paper doesn’t use trees, water or nasty chemicals to produce,” she claims. “It’s awesome.”
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“I love going for walks! Being with nature tops me up and grounds me,” shares Stephanie, whose favourite is the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. “You can do everything from a nice stroll to more up-and-down terrain.”
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By Hazel Vincent De Paul, The Finder Issue 290, January 2018
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