The Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) will hold the 7th Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Conference (MCEC 2017) at Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) on 25 November 2017. This conference aims to provide a business matching platform for entrepreneurs. The business matching focuses on 7 core areas of property and construction, agriculture, technology, services (education and logistics), manufacturing, halal products and healthcare. It will be a session with diversity and efficiency, including a one-to-one matching, networking, and product exhibitions. By then, overseas units such as China, Japan and Hong Kong entrepreneurs will also participate in the business matching.
Date : 25.11.2017 Venue : Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC), Ground floor Business matching time: 15:30 - 17:30
Business matching programme 15:30: Introduction of 7 Industries by Moderators 15:40: Introduction of Malaysia Industries by Malaysian Entrepreneurs 15:50: Introduction of China Industries by China Delegates 16:00: Roundtable Discussion (by Industries) 16:40: One-to-one matching 17:10: Networking Session 17:30: End of Programme *remark: The committee reserves the right to amend the above programme.
The event organizers hereby invite entrepreneurs and investors from all parties to attend the business matching session. Interested parties please fill in the registration form and return it to the secretariat by 13 November 2017. We look forward to your participation!
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 03-9223 1188
Attachment 1: Registration form The MCEC registration form and business matching form are available for downloading:
a) Option 1 (download both forms): goo.gl/1Rufre
b) Option 2 (download forms separately from MCCC website): -- MCEC Registration Form: goo.gl/ZboSBt -- Business Matching Form: goo.gl/WL1tWE Online Registration：bit.ly/2yKWDE7 (PROMO CODE: MCEC2017)
7 core areas for business matching: agriculture, technology, services (education and logistics), manufacturing, halal products and healthcare
i. Property and construction: developer, agent, banker, building material, concrete product, steel, piling work, precast concrete, interior design, consultancy service, interior designer, safety engineering, coating, moulding, modelling, heat treatment system/solar system integrated, lighting supply, marine life aquarium & theme park, water cooler, commercial air-conditioning
ii. Halal products: food & beverage, beauty products, healthcare products
iii. Manufacturing: oil palm plantation, food processing, natural skin care products, trucking, candy, chemical, pumps, plastic, commercial air-conditioning, coating, moulding, precast concrete, water cooler, truck body builder, textile, industrial raw material, basic chemical raw materials, lifting appliance, Traditional Chinese Medicine Patent Prescription, chemical active pharmaceutical ingredients and its preparations, antibiotic raw materials and its preparation, biochemical pharmaceuticals, cosmetic raw material, Biomass, waterproof material manufacturers
iv. Agriculture: oil palm plantation, palm oil biomass, biomass power generation, gardening supplier, natural rubber, farm equipment, Agro-Culture & agriculture, bio fertilizer, land leasing, cultivation, pepper, bio-bacterial
v. Technology: safety engineering, palm oil biomass, biomass power generation, one stop digital services provider, electronic product, e-commerce, computer technology, auto & engineering parts supply, machines distributor, green energy, chemical (food), LED, battery, science technology, preclinical CRO, biomedicine
vi. Healthcare: TCM, healthcare products, bird nest, food processing
vii. Services (education and logistics): Pre-school & International education, Logistics, Unit Trust, bank, hotel, food export, trading in machinery& hardware, importer/exporter auto spare parts, legal, finance, human resource, lighting supply & design, marine engineering, tourism, household products, printing service, import & export trading, grocery wholesale, retail, auditor, training & consultancy, import and export cargo pier, healthcare provider, dealer in art, sculpture and ceramic, consultation management, interior design, safety engineering, investment, food management, fast food franchise, media, white wine, air purifier, water purifier, coating material
In addition to abundance of business opportunities, Guangdong is also a good place to enjoy food, shopping and traveling. With the support of Tourism Administration Of Guangdong Province, Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) has been formally appointed as Promotion Center of Guangdong Tourism since October 2014. In 2016 and 2017, MCCC continues to be entrusted to carry out promotional activities in Malaysia.
Through the various channels, including travel agencies recommended by MCCC and its 9 branches, MCCC has attracted many tourists to visit Guangdong. For businesses or individuals that are interested in traveling to Guangdong, please contact the following travel agencies:
Representative Travel Agency in Each State:
1. Pearl Holiday (M) Travel & Tour Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Loo Kok Seong Telephone : +603 8924 9850 Fax : +609 8924 9928 Email : email@example.com Address : No.1, Jalan KP 1/3, Taman Kajang Prima, Off Jalan Semenyih, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia.
2. Travelsight(M) Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Tai Chin Peow Telephone : +603 2148 8255 Fax : +603 2142 0645 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Address : Lot 823, 8th Floor, Sun Complex, Jalan Bukit Bintang，55100 Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
3. Hello Holidays Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Tai Poh Kim Telephone : +603 9222 2228 Fax : +603 9222 2298 Email : email@example.com Address : No.6-4, Jalan Metro Pudu, Fraser Business Park, 55100 Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
1. Ka Sin Travel & Tours (M) Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Then Yeong Kong Mobile : +6012-612 9500 Telephone : +606-336 9501 / 9502 Fax : +606-335 9500 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Address : No. 5, Jalan MP3, Taman Merdeka Permai, Batu Berendam, 75350 Melaka, Malaysia.
1. Parlo Tours Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Eleen Yee Mobile: +6012 503 8859 Telephone : +605 255 9566 Fax : +605 255 8848 Email : email@example.com Website : www.parlotours.com.my / www.islandgetaways.com.my Address : No.3, Jalan Sultan Abdul Jalil, 30300 Ipoh, Perak Malaysia.
1. Sri America Travel Corp.(J) Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Kathryn H.C. Lee Telephone : +6012 720 9595 Telephone : +607-331 1966 Fax : +607-335 2801 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Address : 67, JalanKuning, Taman Pelangi,80400 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.
2. Priority Holiday Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd Contact Person : Kelvin Ang Kwee Loy Telephone : +6016-721 1399 Telephone : +607-336 4665 WeChat/WhatsApp ： +6016-774 2297 Fax : +607-335 2368 Email : email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org Website : http://www.toptravelcenter.com
1. Hwa Yik Tour & Travel(PG) Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Alex Teh Tat Beng Telephone : +6012 466 0990； （中国）+0086 130 2390 1622 Telephone :+604 262 2333 Fax :+604 262 2580 QQ号 ：1846713175 Email :email@example.com
1. Nanhai Holidays Contact Person : Dato’See Meng Geok Mobile : +6017 760 3023 Telephone : +609 631 8818 Fax : +609 622 0116 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Address : 5032,1st floor, Jalan Sultan Zainal Abidin,20000 Kuala Terengganu.
1. Airworld Travel and Tours Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Mr. Jacky Liaw Mobile : +6088-242 996 Fax : +6088-230 998 Email : email@example.com Address : Ground Floor, Lot 11, Block 2, Lorong ApiApi 2, Kota Kinabalu, 88000, Sabah, Malaysia.
2. Borneo Airworld Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Mr. Jacky Liaw Telephone : +6088-231899 Fax : +6088-538299 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Address :1st Floor, Lot 11, Block 2, Lorong ApiApi 2,Kota Kinabalu, 88000, Sabah, Malaysia.
1. Metropolitan Travel Service Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Wong Ngee Khih Mobile : +60 168917082 Telephone : +60 84313155 Fax : +60 84345486 Email : email@example.com Address :72-74 Market Road, 96000 Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia.
1. Jasa Teratai Holidays Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person : Tan Chia Ying Mobile : +6012-949 7088 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone : +609-766 7998 / 766 7999 / +609-766 7990（direct line） Fax : +609-766 7997 Address : 1st Floor,3089C C, Simpang 4 PasirHor, Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra, 15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan DarulNaim，Malaysia.
1. Agensi Pelancongan Bintang Rajin Sdn. Bhd. （BRTOUR） Contact Person : Dato’ Lee Yong Wei Mobile : +6012 225 1092 Telephone : +609 514 2922 Fax : +609 514 3922 Email : email@example.com
Invitation to Participate in “2017 Guangdong 21st Century Maritime Silk Road International Expo”
In order to implement the national development strategy of “One Belt and One Road” and setting up a new platform for cooperation in Guangdong Province and countries (regions) along the maritime silk road, Guangdong Province is hosting the “2017 Guangdong 21st Century Maritime Silk Road International Expo” at Guangdong Modern Exhibition Center in Dongguan from 21st to 24th September 2017.
Invitation to attend the “CMEC, Your Partner for Success” Branding Promotion
Warmest greetings from the Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC)!
We are pleased to inform that the Branding Promotion event- “CMEC, Your partner for success” would be held from 27th October 2017 at the Grand Ballroom, Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur, MCCC is the supporting organization for this event.
Invitation to the 97th China Food & Drinks Fair-Malaysia Pavilion
Warmest greetings from the Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC)!
We are pleased to announce that the97th China Food & Drinks Fair will be held in Chongqing, China from 12th-21stOct 2017.
This fair is the largest and most influential exhibition. It is known as ‘the best exhibition in the world’. The Malaysia Pavilion will provide you with a broad and convenient channel into the China market and the rest of the world.
The 2017 China Processing Trade Products Fair will be held from April 20th to 23rd in Dongguan, Guangdong Modern International Exhibition Center. It is open to professional purchasers from 21st to 23rd, and to the public on April 24th.
KUALA LUMPUR: In conjunction with the benefits brought by the formation of the cross-border economic zone under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) will continue to assist Hong Kong to become the business hub by providing professional and pragmatic business-friendliness service for the enterprises in Hong Kong, China and overseas.
Over the next five to ten years, InvestHK aims to create top ten key industries, namely Transport and Industrial, Tourism and Hospitality, Financial Services (asset management), Maritime, Innovation and Technology, Business and Professional Services, FinTech and Smart City, and then leads Hong Kong to continue its glory and create new business opportunities.
“Hong Kong as the most competitive and number one commercial city in Asia, has become the best place for China enterprises to expand their business to Asia Pacific and overseas. Hong Kong has 35% of start-up companies. Those companies are founded by people from China, Asia, Europe and other places. We can see that Hong Kong is a strong advocate for free trade and open markets,” Director General (DG) of InvestHK, Stephen Phillips said this when he led a delegation to visit the Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) yesterday. At present, the Malaysian companies that have set up in Hong Kong are PappaRich, Plaza Premium Lounge, Star Cruises, TM and etc.
“Doing business in Hong Kong has diversified advantages, including abundant international capital, high level of enterprise governance and supervision, conducive in listed companies’ fund raising, simple, transparent and stable tax regime, probity law, open and transparent system, free circulation of information, strong talent pool, sharp market sense, familiar with Chinese mainland business and international business and etc.” Phillips pointed out.
“Hong Kong is the fourth largest destination in the world for foreign direct investment (FDI), attracting a total investment of USD 108 billion last year. We have world-class intellectual property protection system. In recent years, Hong Kong is committed to R&D innovation and knowledge-intensive industries. Next, it will be followed by stem cells, regenerative medicine, intelligent wearable equipment, robots and other advanced technologies, to complete the re-industrialization of Hong Kong,” Phillips added.
At the same time, in order to break through geographical restrictions, Hong Kong is still actively building a new economic circle, including utilizing the Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong Express Rail Link to connect to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
In the BRI, Hong Kong Former Chief Executive, Leung Chun-ying pointed out that Hong Kong is expected to become a strong connection and global market bridge for mainland China and other participating countries of the BRI. In addition, Hong Kong can assist China enterprises to invest in other countries and also bring in investment, techniques and talents to China by providing professional services.
“The logistics industry in Malaysia will flourish with the emerging e-commerce industry,” Phillips said optimistically.
"Moreover, Malaysia's education has attracted well-known universities such as Xiamen University and etc. Malaysia’s competitive healthcare industry is also well known to foreigners. The healthcare, tourism and other services industries have promising future," Phillips added.
Tan Yew Sing, President of the MCCC, who received the delegation, hoped that InvestHK will participate in the 7th Malaysian Entrepreneurs Conference (MCEC 2017) which will be held on 25 November at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC).
“We believed that Malaysian businessmen are interested to invest in Hong Kong and we suggest InvestHK to set up an exclusive session at MCEC 2017 so that there could be face to face interaction and business matching to achieve better result,” Tan said.
In addition, Phillips is also interested in the ‘Malaysia-China Trade and Investment Guide’ which will be published by MCCC soon. The Guide is to assist Malaysia and China businessmen and investors to understand Malaysia-China laws and regulations, taxation system, financial system and investment opportunities.
Group photo: Loo Kok Seong (nine from right) presenting the world famous twin towers wood carving to Mayor of Liyang City, Xu Huaqin (ten from right). (R-L) President of China Entrepreneurs Association in Malaysia, Dato’ Keith Li; MCCC National Council Members, Ricky Tan, Alice Lee, Dato’ Jeffrey Ng; President of the Kelantan Branch, Datuk Tan Choon Hwa;Secretary-General, Kevin Siah; Vice President, Sung Siew Thong and Dato’ Joseph Lim.
Kuala Lumpur – Liyang City, ranked 36th in the China's top 100 cities, with its excellent comprehensive competitive strength, hoping to attract more Malaysian entrepreneurs to visit and invest.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ever-changing innovation and technology will change the future of social technologies and occupations (skills), Malaysia and China need to seek more in-depth exchanges, interactions and cooperation in vocational and technical education in order to promote students’ and employees' technical capabilities, thus, speeding up the economic restructuring in Malaysia and moving towards the goal of being a high-income country.
The Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) Vice President, Dato’ Joseph Lim, received a delegation led by Associate Professor, Xue Eryong, Dean of the Institute of Education Policy, Beijing Normal University (China) proposed that Malaysia’s and China’s technical and vocational education could be achieved via three levels of cooperation.
“First, to promote the exchange of overseas students between the two countries in the form of scholarships. Second, to promote the cooperation between think tanks and institutes of the universities in both countries under the Belt and Road Initiative. Third, to set up a platform for the technical educators to conduct joint research.”
Dato’ Joseph said that he looked forward to the cooperation between the educators in the follow-up work of localizing technical education programmes, curriculum contents and teaching materials so as to avoid being eliminated.
"For the past two to three years' budget in Malaysia, we can see that the government has greatly increased their funding for technical and vocational education. The various education blueprints have placed great emphasis on the effectiveness of vocational and technical education and training," Dato’ Joseph added.
Various international economic surveys predict that more than half of the jobs will be replaced by artificial intelligence in the next 20 years. This shows the challenges and opportunities for technical education and employee retraining in today's globalized wave of technological revolution.
“At present, China is transforming into a country focusing on manufacturing and human resources. This can only be achieved through a systematic development of vocational and technical education. Even in recent years, China's high-speed rail policy has placed great emphasis on technology transfer, education and technology transfer to local people, not just the transfer of goods," Xue Eryong pointed out.
At present, the Ministry of Education of China is working on the ‘Education 2030: Modernization of Education in China’. Vocational education, as an important part of education modernization, its future development scale and trend will affect the realization of the vision of China's education modernization.
In addition, Dato’ Joseph also called for more cooperation between Chinese educational institutions and Malaysian Chinese communities to jointly safeguard and support the Chinese education in Malaysia, which has a history of more than a hundred years of struggle, in the hope of a sustainable development.
“Even though our backgrounds are different, I believe China has similar direction as the Chinese communities in Malaysia in protecting the Chinese culture and education," Dato’ Joseph added. The participating organizations include Ye Shengtao Research Association of China (Chinese), Coalition on Plan of Action for Malaysia, MCA National Youth Education Bureau, The Association Of Graduate Universities And Colleges In China, Malaysia, Fom Era Vocational Academy, Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre, SMJK Council, MCA Belt and Road Centre (MBRACE), Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Faculty of Accountancy and Management and City University College of Science And Technology.
KUALA LUMPUR: YB Datuk Chua Tee Yong, Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) said that China will import goods worth USD 2 trillion from the countries and regions along the Belt and Road (China International Import Expo).
The upcoming MCEC 2017 will be held on November 25th (Saturday) at the Putrajaya International Convention Center (PICC).
“The uniqueness of the Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Conference 2017 (MCEC 2017) is that this Conference is about Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). It will be conducted bilingually and have many business matching sessions,” YB Datuk Chua commented.
This year’s conference also lined up another two themed seminars, one of them is themed ‘Togetherness’ on the Belt and Road initiative and the other seminar for young entrepreneurs themed ‘Creation’. The ‘Togetherness’ seminar will invite business representatives from Malaysia and China to share business idea on mutual trade, mutual creation and mutual benefit while ‘Creation’ seminar as a pioneering youth forum will invite professionals and youth to share on innovation and entrepreneurship.
MCEC 2017 business matching sessions are divided into one-to-one business matching and networking style business matching to meet the different needs of participating enterprises. The Conference focuses on 7 industries at MCEC 2017, namely real estate and construction, agriculture, science, technology, manufacturing, services, health care and Halal products.
"We need the ‘new four’, namely ‘new industries, new targets, new tools, and new thinking’,” MCCC President Tan Yew Sing said.
“Let’s look at the ‘new industries’. Malaysian entrepreneurs should discover how to cooperate with China's emerging industries and play their part in cross-border cooperation. The ‘new targets’ are non-Mandarin-speaking businessmen and local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which have cooperation potential with the China enterprises,” Tan pointed out.
“From the four ancient inventions to the ‘new four inventions’, namely mobile payment, bicycle sharing, high-speed rail and e-commerce, the four ‘new tools’ mark that China has moved from physical invention to virtual invention,” Tan added.
At present, China is gradually moving towards ‘cashless society’.
“Technology has changed the way people travel; bicycle sharing is a typical case. China has several bike sharing companies. With Global Positioning System (GPS) and QR code, the bike sharing companies make biking easier,” Tan said.
In addition, China had put 2,595 high-speed trains into operation by the end of 2016, accounting for 60 percent of global high-speed trains. It had surpassed 20,000 kilometers of high-speed rail lines with a target of adding another 10,000 kilometers by 2020 and surpassing 45,000 kilometers by 2030.
“We are targeting 1000 Malaysian participants and 500 overseas participants for this event, mainly from China and other countries in Asia,” MCEC 2017 Organizing Chairman, Bryan Chong said.
“One of our confirmed participants is Yang Zhi Jiang Medical which is one of the leading manufacturers of Generic Medicine in China with the aim of expanding their business in Malaysia. Apart from that, we are pending confirmation from a few GLCs and enterprises from China who have expressed their great interest to participate in MCEC 2017, in particular joining the property and construction sector business matching,” Bryan added.
Bryan urged all Malaysian enterprises and young entrepreneurs to grab this opportunity, to submit early registration for MCEC 2017 as opportunities are in abundance. The seats for ‘one-to-one’ business matching are limited and thus he hoped that the interested parties can register as soon as possible to get the early-bird discount.
“We have tentatively decided to organize business visits to Melaka Gateway and Port Klang Free Zone,” Bryan said.
The upcoming MCEC 2017 is still open to public participants, to join us in building the ‘Belt and Road’, and creating new opportunities. For Malaysian participants, a full-day conference (including registration fee, one-to-one business matching + networking style business matching, and networking dinner) is RM500 before August 31, 2017; and RM700 after August 31, 2017.
For any enquiries, please contact the Secretariat of the conference at 03-92231188, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) urged the local entrepreneurs and businessmen to understand China's investment condition, market condition, tax policy, administrative procedures, law and regulations and etc in order to do business with ease in China.
At the same time, the MCCC will send well-known lecturers from Malaysia to China in September this year to conduct a workshop on ‘Investment in Malaysia’ to provide tips in doing business in Malaysia.
“I encourage the local enterprises to take advantage of the China's rise and the Malaysia-China friendly relations to interact with the private sectors and people,” MCCC President, Tan Yew Sing, speaking at the first ‘Investment in China’ Mandarin workshop jointly organized with Aisino and Guangxi University of Finance and Economics.
“Besides the ‘Investment in Malaysia’ workshop to be held in Beijing in September, we also plan to organize an English workshop on ‘Investment in China’ in October in Kuala Lumpur. The highlight of the English workshop is that it will benefit all races in Malaysia as it will be conducted in English,” Tan said.
The two-day workshop (19-20 August) managed to attract about 50 local businessmen to sign up. The two lecturers are Aisino distinguished lecturer, Wang Zuoqing and Guangxi University of Finance and Economics Human Resources lecturer cum lawyer, Chen Yuhang respectively. The workshop covers the structure of the China government agencies, the establishment of enterprises, business tax system and legal knowledge.
Participants of the workshop were awarded a certificate by the ‘Guangxi University of Finance and Economics China-ASEAN Finance and Taxation Talent Training Center’ approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China.
“In order to further deepening the economic and trade exchanges with China, we must overcome the language barrier and re-learn to deal with the new business environment. We must unlearn and relearn. We should also be humble, patient, sincere and prepared so that we could take the lead in the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ (BRI),” Tan said.
“Although Malaysian Chinese and China Chinese are of the same kind, both grow up in different environment and both countries have their own tax policy and legal system. In order to avoid unnecessary disputes and misunderstandings, such introductory courses are mandatory for local businessmen who are interested in exploring the economic and trade investment in China,” Tan added. In addition, the Aisino Coordinator, Liu Zhongzhen, foresees that there will be more mutual cooperation with the deepening of friendship between Malaysia and China under the BRI. Malaysia has more than a hundred years of cooperation with China. Malaysia has become an indispensable partner for China in many industries. Aisino hoped to strengthen cooperation with MCCC through long-term cooperation and win-win situation.
For more enquiries, please contact the MCCC Vice Executive Secretary, Mr Chong Yen Yoon at 03-9223 1188 or email to email@example.com.
Vice Mayor, Yang Jie (second from left) presenting Taizhou City commemorative stamp set to Loo Kok Seong (middle). (R-L) MCCC National Council Member, Alice Lee and MCCC Secretary-General, Kevin Siah.
Kuala Lumpur – Jiangsu Province, Taizhou City is committed in building China's leading, world-renowned biomedical and high-performance medical device industry by actively looking for Malaysia's high-end medical devices to be brought to Taizhou City.
Represent: Loo Kok Seong, MCCC First Vice President (second from right) representing Malaysia to attend the fourth Beijing International Conference of Friendly Chambers of Commerce.
Beijing: The Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) is optimistic that the China's advanced and developed Internet of Things and ‘Internet +’ technology is able to help the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia to transform.
MCCC’s Belt and Road Conference was organized by the Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce. From left is Suresh Kumar, MCCC’s Honorary Advisor; Dato’ Bong Hon Liong, MCCC’s Life Honorary President; Josephine Lee Mei Li, panel discussion moderator; Dr Zhang Miao, speaker; Datuk M. Supperamaniam, speaker; Ngan Teng Ye, Belt and Road Conference organising chairman cum MCCC’s Vice President; Datuk Chua Tee Yong, Guest of Honour; Tan Yew Sing, MCCC’s President; Tan Sri Lim Gait Tong, MCCC’s Honorary President; Dr Yan Lijin, speaker and Dr. Nirwan bin Noh, deputy undersecretary (MARKO) fiscal and economics division, Ministry of Finance.
Tan Yew Sing, MCCC President (fourth from right) presenting a momento to Uzaidi Udanis, MTC President (fourth from left).
KUALA LUMPUR: With the increasing number of tourists from China, Malaysian officials have identified some problems and are actively working on them. The problems are insufficient of Chinese-speaking tour guides and souvenir packaging.
Momento: Tan Yew Sing, MCCC President (sixth from left) presenting a momento to Liu Dongyuan, Chinese Embassy Consular Affairs Counselor. (L-R) Hew Kit Kong, MCCC Deputy Secretary-General; Thay Peng Hong, MCCC Treasurer; Kevin Siah, MCCC Secretary-General; Kerk Loong Sing, MCCC Vice President; Wang Zhimin, First Secretary of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Malaysia; Loo Kok Seong, MCCC First Vice President; Tan Kee Hock, MCCC Vice President; Ma Linlin, Second Secretary of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Malaysia; Lee Chee Hian, MCCC Vice President; Yong Cher Vee, MCCC Deputy Treasurer; and Chiew Mui Kheng, MCCC Chief Executive Secretary.