Optionstheedge.com is the digital counterpart of the award-winning lifestyle pullout of The Edge Malaysia, the country’s premier business and investment weekly publication. Bringing you compelling stories on the people who helm companies and enterprising Malaysians with creative businesses, to fascinating travel destinations, luxury fashion, motoring, dining and what’s happening in the local visual art and performing arts scene, Options celebrates the good life of the modern executive.
Thought-provoking, reliable and definitively stylish, Options strives to be the most helpful resource for all aspiring as well as inspiring leaders to stay ahead. Options is brought to you by a stable of discerning writers and contributors who are not only intellectually curious and socially aware, but also mean business.
Executive Editor/Editor of Options and Haven
Living in wonder and to wander best describes Diana Khoo's philosophy on life. Curious as a cat, she loves everything with a tail (and a tale to tell) and lives to delight, amuse and annoy her patient-as-a-saint husband and two children. Home for her is incomplete without her cocker spaniel Guillaume, schnoodle Ip Man and two much-loved guinea pigs, Char Siew and Siew Yoke.
If Hokkien is her first language, then kindness must be her second. This wiser-than-Gandalf-The-Grey-wise dame doesn’t tolerate bad English, but at least she tells (or emails) you about it nicely. In the words of one of the best sub-editors to grace the desk, "All one needs to get around are two fingers and a good pair of reading glasses." That’s what she said.
Senior Digital Writer
Schooled by the streets, Wai Yeng has befriended many kopitiam owners to bring untold stories to light. She is usually out discovering quirky, old neighbourhoods and partaking in their charms through the camera shutter. A loyal ally of books and brews, she starts her day with a strict diet of flat white, kaya toast and AO Scott humour. The rest can wait.
Born and raised in ever-buzzing KL, Emily's ideal form of escapism usually involves being near a body of water or surrounded by trees – experiences she appreciates even more after living in Sarawak for three years. She enjoys learning about stories that drive humanity forward and the pleasures in life that make living worthwhile.
To quote from Bon Jovi’s It’s My Life, she just wants to live while she is alive. Her quiet demeanour can be loud, as loud as her passion for fashion. She believes one always has something to learn from another and thinks reading an autobiography is a less creepy way to peek into somebody’s life. And sometimes, all she needs are a glass of ice cubes to munch on and a hug to call a day perfect.