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Denise Ho Wan-see, the Cantonese singer-turned-activist, is among the pioneering female leaders featured by the Nikkei Asian Review. (Illustration by Chuan Ming Ong)
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International Women's Day: Meet 11 of Asia's trailblazers

From leading Netflix's India ambitions to funding the next unicorn, these are the names to know

Nikkei staff writers | East Asia

Despite progress over the past few decades, women in Asia still face significant, structural barriers to success. Ahead of International Women’s Day 2020, Nikkei Asian Review has selected 11 inspiring female leaders in business, politics, activism and the arts -- pathbreaking women who are driving change.
 

DENISE HO WAN-SEE, HONG KONG
Singer and activist

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