• Michael Musashi

    Has been living and working in Asia for the past 20 years. Currently resides in Kuala Lumpur, but prior to that Tokyo for 12 years and Guam for 3 years. Enjoys the many different cultures, cuisines, and landscapes that the continent has to offer. Experience as a financial services representative, FX sales trader, and hedge fund director of business development has given him an insider's perspective on the markets and the industry. Investor and "serial entrepreneur" who thoroughly enjoys business and finance, and also a bit of an adventure sports fanatic who loves to try new sports, hobbies, and adventures.
  • Peter Espinosa

    Has been living and working in Asia—primarily Japan, Thailand, and China—for over a decade. During this time, he has worked in finance, website development, and education. When not working, he makes it a point to stay active, especially by trekking throughout China's too-numerous-to-name mountainous regions. An avid cyclist, reader, and visual artist, he is currently based in China's Jiangsu Province.
  • Rick Sharp

    Has lived in Japan since 2000. Experience in sports and recreation management, executive recruitment, and business education. Always in the mood to go hiking, travel, or cook. Tends to get obsessive about the Boston Red Sox.
  • Henry Cooper

    Has worked and traveled extensively throughout Asia since '95, with Tokyo being home and heart since 2000. 10+ years in investor relations as well as active in real estate development. Tends be overly enthusiastic about history, travel, finance, and film.
  • Alan Giebel

    Has lived and worked in Asia for over 20 years. A graduate of Thunderbird School of Global Management, he has held a number of senior business development roles across various industries and is currently a Director at ALSANJ PTE LTD, a company that offers business development services to companies looking to enter and grow in Asia. Based in Singapore, he enjoys travel and is an avid reader.
  • Stevie Kleinhans

    I am a traveler by heart. In 2013, I quit my job for a life of traveling, adventures, and uncertainty. I chose to live beyond my wildest dreams. Before I quit I was living a satisfying life. But I decided: “Satisfying is not enough for me anymore, I want to life a live that makes me 100% happy." My biggest passions are traveling, sports, and adventures.
  • Tommy Walker

    Hails from Northern England and is a freelance writer who travel blogs regularly for a number of publications. Lives in Melbourne, Australia, but considers Bangkok to be his "traveling home." Since 2012, has traveled extensively throughout Asia, South America, and Oceania.