Wan Phing Lim

Freelance Editor

Editor and writer with 10 years' experience writing for print, radio and digital.
Former Editor of Asian Geographic Magazine and Online Editor of AsiaRooms.com



RobbReport Malaysia

The Confrérie du Sabre d'Or welcomes Penang's The View into its global family | RobbReport Malaysia

Men in emerald robes march slowly into the room, sabres in hand. Curious onlookers gather, camera phones ready. The gold ornaments that hang over their necks catch the light,...

Miss A® | Charity Meets™ Style.

Books That Will Inspire You To Travel

There is something special about a good book that will transport you from a cozy sofa at home to a tropical rain forest in South America or to one of the tallest peaks in the...

The Travel Blog by LateRooms.com

50 Things Making Singapore Awesome in its 50th year

Celebrating 50 years as an independent state, 2015 is a massive year for Singapore. So in honour of its 50th anniversary, we asked our friends over at AsiaRooms.com to tell us...

Lifeline - National University Hospital Singapore

My Life - Profile

Page 3 profile piece on a 24-year-old medical officer from National University Centre for Organ Transplantation (NUCOT)

Asian Geographic Magazines

A Totem of Her Generation

Identifying herself as a Franco-Belgian photographer of Chinese origin from Malaysia, Diana's transient life between three different continents has informed most of the...

Asian Geographic Magazines

The War for Wildlife

Ivan Carter calls himself a wildlife detective, which means he investigates the root problems of animal poaching and hunting today. From saving elephants from ivory poachers in...

Asian Geographic Magazines

The Allure of Paint

When the boundaries between art and photography are blurred and reality and imagination mixed, the results are seen in the paintings of Adrian Ho, a Malaysian artist who rose to...

MUSO Classical Music Magazine

Collision Course

Finnish cello-rock band Apocalyptica tells Wan Phing Lim why both classical buffs and metal heads enjoy their music

The Uxbridge Gazette

New Year Honours

One woman's work to promote peace and harmony through the airwaves from India

Manchester Evening News

Banned, the musicians told: You can't play for notes...

Students not allowed to perform for money