ince I was born, I have lived in different worlds. I was born in France and had Cambodian, Vietnamese and Chinese roots. I speak and write in English and French and can understand and speak Cambodian.

It is a natural …

Learnability at the Heart of a Shifting Journey

“Learning agility is a mind-set and corresponding collection of practices that allow leaders to continually develop, grow and utilize new strategies that will equip them for the increasingly complex problems they face

rotana ty curiosity learning innovation sketch gapinvoid

Source: visual created by @gapinvoid. “Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence”.

“Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last.”
– William Samuel Johnson

“One of our beliefs is that curiosity is an essential human quality.

Having a beginner’s mind – why, ways and which to be in motion

“Empty mind, ready for anything, open to everything; beginner’s mind many possibilities, experts few.” — Shunryu Suzuki

Our world is in constant change. On technological, societal, …

n exhibition is an interactive experience cultivating my curiosity through emotions, artefacts, photos and words in a connected world. “An exhibition is an argument, but conveyed differently, through objects and with much less text. It’s a very different endeavor, and

Connectedness Era

Divergence is as important as convergence.

New ways of working and health are related and interesting. Topics such as remote work, sitting and standing desks, walkability, wearable technologies and connected life spaces caught my attention. Deep-tech …

Wander: how can we do so with creative generalists in our networked society?

On Generalists

“Not all those who wander are lost.” — J.R.R. Tolkien

“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.”- E.B. White

Many people advocate …

Emergence

I am keen to continuously add value around shared interests for learning in each meaningful conversation and project. For any event, movement, relationship, feeling, or thinking I experience, I want to see what stands out and emerges — or