Asian Geographic Celebrates Outstanding Brands in Asia
The crane is a mystical creature that is believed to live for a thousand years. As a result, in Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures, the crane represents good fortune and longevity, and is commonly referred to as the “bird of happiness”. Traditionally, it was believed that if one folded a thousand origami cranes, one’s wish would come true.
With this symbolism of paper cranes folded together to build a flock, Asian Geographic Magazines commemorates its 20th anniversary by extending out the celebrations to the brands and causes that we have grown with, and vice versa. For the last two decades, we have been honouring Asia’s diversity and vastness, and still continue important discussions in the continent, ranging from environmental issues to science, exploration, travel and of course, the different heritage, art and cultures that pulsate through the continent and reinforce our vision to bring Asia to the World.
On achieving this milestone, we will be celebrating the richness, allure, and expanse of the various brands, efforts, and causes that have been in line with our publication’s themes and overall outlook for the past 20 years.
We will be looking at renowned airlines, the busiest airports and most visited cities by number, critically endangered animals, camera as well as fashion brands, food and beverage companies, island- and geo-tourism, heritage landmarks, five-star hotels, captivating literature, and many other categories, all catering to Asia and beyond.
Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come:
We are excited to bring Asia to the world with these causes, efforts, and brands, and we look forward to bringing this issue out to you!
Check out this issue, Asian Geographic No.138 Issue 5/2019 coming to newsstands and your online devices in October!