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Title Leap: Journey of a Young Global Leader from Singapore  
ISBN 9789814634007
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Yap Kwong Weng
 
Specifications 130 x 198mm / 176pp / paperback
 
Publication Date May-2016
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 21.00 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

In Leap, Singaporean Yap Kwong Weng shares the story of how he escaped death to create a future of his own. He takes us on a journey from his childhood of ‘spider-catching’, to facing the rigours of US Navy SEAL training and trekking 100km across the Taklamakan Desert in China, and finally to the present reality of doing business in Myanmar. Whether recalling ‘Dignity moments’ with children in Cambodia or introducing us to his life philosophy that enables him to survive and thrive during tough times, Leap presents a refreshing account of one man’s search for purpose in an uncertain world.

What motivates him in challenging circumstances and lonely times? What does it mean to be a Singaporean and a world citizen today? Discover how he triumphed over obstacles and disappointments in this riveting autobiography.

“Clear, insightful and engaging. Yap gave it his all and held Singapore’s flag up high.”
—Kaj Larsen, Former US Navy Seal & CNN Correspondent

About the Author

Yap Kwong Weng is the founder and CEO of Leap (SEA). He was formerly COO of Parami Energy Group in Myanmar. In his military career, he trained as a Commando Officer and US Navy SEAL. As a non-profit leader, he is the country chair of Global Dignity Cambodia. He is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and a Rotary Peace Fellow. He holds a PhD in Crisis Management from the University of Glasgow and a Master of Public Administration from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
   
 
  
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