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NextGen Talks – Season 3 Episode 1 | Social Change and Innovation – In Conversation with Seng Choon Koh

In the first episode of Season 3 of our NextGen Talks podcast series, we were delighted to speak to Seng Choon Koh, founder of Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise that aims to restore dignity to the differently-abled and disadvantaged through culinary training and vocation with passion. Dignity Kitchen currently operates in Hong Kong and Singapore. In this podcast, Seng Choon:

· describes the inspirational mission of Dignity Kitchen;

· explains how his diverse background led him to start a social enterprise;

· reflects on how to overcome challenges both in our professional and non-professional lives;

· offers thoughts as to how the NextGen community can give back through volunteering; and

· talks about his exciting future plans for Dignity Kitchen.


About Seng Choon Koh
Before starting Dignity Kitchen in 2010, Seng Choon worked in engineering and consultancy roles, spending many years abroad in the UK, India and China. Seng Choon was most recently awarded a Champion of Change Award as part of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022 programme.

About NextGen Talks
Mayer Brown’s NextGen Talks podcast explores key themes and issues, such as the future of work, next generation leadership, sustainability, well-being and more, with special guests from various industries and sectors.

Podcast speakers:
Seng Choon Koh, Founder of Dignity Kitchen
Wei Na Sim, Counsel, Mayer Brown
James Ford, Senior Associate, Mayer Brown
Jason Leung, Senior Associate, Mayer Brown