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Hong Kong Dispatch: Ryanne Lai Is Democratizing Legal Services

The Hong Kong native tells us about her pursuit of entrepreneurship, her plans to use tech to transform Asia’s legal industry and what it’s like being a female entrepreneur in this global business capital.

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Hollaback!, a women-run nonprofit, empowers people who have been subjected to harassment, whether in the street or on the internet, by letting them steer the conversation and drive change.

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Singapore Dispatch: Pocket Sun Is Knocking Down Doors

The 25-year-old Chinese founder of online community SoGal and fund SoGal Ventures tells us about starting up in Singapore, and offers candid advice to other women looking to start businesses.

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A Lawyer Aids Immigrants’ American Dreams

Rosanna Berardi, founder of Berardi Immigration Law, helps people enter the U.S. legally — a challenging undertaking in today’s “tumultuous” political climate, she says.

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An Indian Startup Takes ‘Ugly’ Farm Food To Market

Since 2013, DesiVDesi has sold low-cost solar dryers to farmers in India and beyond, reducing food waste and raising farmer incomes. Now, it aims to take those dried fruits and veggies to the masses, co-founder Nidhi Pant tells us.

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