Justin Chan


Location icon Singapore

I was an intern at CNBC Asia Pacific from Jan 2016 to July 2016. I am currently pursuing my third year at Nanyang Technological University.

Feud for thought: When family business empires implode

Families that work together may not necessarily stay together. Thanks to a culture that places a high emphasis on familial bonds and ties, it is no surprise that Asia is home to some of the largest family-run businesses in the world.

The UOB scion who chose bars over banking, and made it work

It's not easy creating your own legacy when you're the heir to a banking empire. But Wee Teng Wen has managed to carve out his own niche, outside his family's connection to Singapore's UOB Group, by co-founding The Lo & Behold Group, which is now arguably one of the city-state's most successful lifestyle businesses.

Brexit vote unlikely to ease the NHS's funding challenges

The U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union (EU) is unlikely to ease the funding challenges already faced by the National Health Service (NHS), a healthcare expert told CNBC. Rhenu Bhuller, Senior Vice President of Healthcare APAC at Frost & Sullivan told CNBC on Thursday that funding for the NHS is unlikely to be increased following Brexit, and that the NHS already has other existing difficulties to face.