Earth Heir helps local artisans weave a living creating luxury Malaysian goods


Sasibai Kimis started social enterprise Earth Heir so that she could make a difference in the lives of others. Photo: All Is Amazing

In conjunction with International Women's Day, StarLifestyle highlights three female entrepreneurs who are also driven by a purposeful plan and ambition to do good.

Sasibai Kimis started Earth Heir to promote local artisans, and Amy Blair set up Batik Boutique to market batik. Law Hong Mei created natural skincare brand The Olive Tree for those with dermatology issues.

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