The Well-Being Era is Here.
Join me and let us co-create
our future together.

– Chavalit Frederick Tsao

Chavalit Frederick Tsao

Meet Chavalit Tsao

Chavalit Frederick Tsao is the fourth-generation steward of TPC (Tsao Pao Chee), formally known as IMC Pan Asia Alliance. Anchoring on the family legacy that evolves to serve each era, Chavalit is currently transforming his family business from a multinational business serving trade globalisation, to a business that serves the well-being of Life. He is building a new business culture that expresses love and care by integrating philanthropy as a way of doing business, to positively impact society and life.

The Man Behind the Name, Chavalit

Discover the different facets of Chavalit Frederick Tsao,
evolving through the eras of hippie to yuppie to greedy and finally to happy.

A Fourth Generation Steward

A Fourth Generation Steward

As Chairman of TPC, a Purpose-led Profit family business, Chavalit is committed to stewarding the business to add value for the flourishing of Life.
Committed to Business Reform

Committed to Business Reform

As an entrepreneur, Chavalit became conscious about the urgency of business reform, to reignite love & care needed to direct business action for impact.
Believer of a Well-Being Economy

Believer of a Well-Being Economy

Chavalit founded OCTAVE, a living ecosystem that serves Life, where he believes Quantum Leadership is the path to a Purposeful Life, Mindfully Lived.
Building the East West Bridge

Building the East West Bridge

Chavalit is culturally attuned, with roots in the East and education from the West, which provides him with insights into our global sustainability challenges.

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It’s not enough to change our business model. Family businesses & businesses must be the stewards of change and reform the market economy, starting with themselves.

– Chavalit Frederick Tsao

Consciousness is the mother of Capital
and the solution to all challenges.

– Chavalit Frederick Tsao

We need one common worldview, one common ground, for us to have common sense, so we put together common effort to resolve our common challenges.

– Chavalit Frederick Tsao