Malaysian mother-of-two finds emotional calling in selling beautiful jewellery


Nicole Chia, seen here with her daughter Nikita, has channelled her positive view of life into her thriving jewellery business.

Nicole Chia’s work means more than just a job to her. Having founded her own jewellery business, she is passionate about making a difference in other people’s lives through personal ornaments.

“They can carry messages of emotion. I love small things with big meaning. That is what jewellery means to me, ” the 31-year-old states.

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