Articles Posted in the Portrait Category

  • Ajai Vir Sing

    A Passion for Fashion

    When you sit across from Ajai Vir Sing, it’s quickly clear – when he talks style and fabric and collections, and once you notice that he’s much better dressed than your average Y chromosome club…

  • Asanga Seneviratne

    No government front!

    Asanga Seneviratne is impatient to build as many hotels and as quickly as possible along the islands East coast where he has secured some of the most spectacular real-estate during and immediately after the war.…

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    How MillenniumIT helped pull LSE back from the brink

    Rarely, if ever, does a Sri Lankan firm play in the world of high finance. Small companies here lacking exciting products and management that don’t have globalist visions can’t succeed internationally. But occasionally there will…

  • In a country that sourly lacks chief executives with star power Otara stands tall.

    The Magic and Paradox of Otara

    In love, letting go is sometimes the only way to hold on to what’s important. Be too possessive, and it risks throttling the magic. Letting go too soon resonates a promiscuous passion sapping abandon. Entrepreneurship…

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    The Last Brown Sahib

      It was the Chinese that started it,” says Herman, cigarette stuck in his mouth, striding lankily along the gravel path. “The Chinese emperors, about 5,000 years ago, got young virgins to snip tea buds…