This week, the Buro 24/7 international teams give us a sneak peek at Google’s Asia Pacific office in Singapore, an interview with an Arabian princess and more
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Buro 24/7 Middle East: Sheikha Hend Al Qassemi is not your typical Arabian princess. The architect graduate is the editor-in-chief of Velvet and author of The Black Book of Arabia, which tells the stories of her country's womenfolk. Who says Arab women are weak? She discusses her book in this interview.
Buro 24/7 Singapore: With 24-hour gym access and the coolest working space around, this is why Google Singapore is the office of our dreams. Take a look at the colourful aesthetics and interaction rooms here and try not to turn green like us.
Buro 24/7 Malaysia: Columnist Shireen Zainudin talks about the women's march that happened recently following President Trump's rise to office. Signs on girl power, love, education, climate change, immigration and more were seen on the streets, as captured by her friend in New York. Have a look.
Buro 24/7 Australia: It seems we're exposed to more and more processed food today, so it pays to be aware of the nasty ingredients you should avoid. Nutritionist Louise Cavanough has the lowdown, read more here.
Buro 24/7 Malaysia: Our guess is that many will be heading to the city of love this month. To help you out with your planning, here is a quick guide on where to stay, the sights to see and the best places to eat in Paris.