SINGAPORE (Dec 3): Krip Rojanastien does not look much like a hard-charging corporate executive these days, but he actually spent 20 years of his working life at Bangkok Bank, at one point overseeing its cards business. As he approached the age of 50, he realised that the corporate lifestyle was taking a toll on him and that he needed to do something about it. “I was in my late 40s, and I was like this,” he says, gesturing with his hands to indicate that he had a generous waistline.

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