Posted: 15 Sep 2011 07:58 PM PDT
Posted on September 16, 2011, Friday
KUCHING: Borneo Real Estate Sdn Bhd (Borneo Real Estate), in partnership with Big Ben, a wholly family owned and managed UK company with representative offices in China and Malaysia, are hosting talks on UK properties in Kuching today and in Sibu tomorrow.
Big Ben is headed by Chai Kian Khiong, a professionally qualified accountant with a commercial and residential property portfolio and over 10 years of experience in buying opportunities, whether ongoing or closed down businesses of different sizes.
London is the financial centre of the world and has some of the most expensive properties. A very cosmopolitan city with many attractions, it is made up of peoples from different cultures.
In terms of properties, the two companies can help property investors find both commercial and residential properties to suit all levels of investment and based on investors' specific needs.
Properties can be bought individually or as a portfolio to suit varying budgets, including off-market and some below market value properties.
Besides offering access to properties and business opportunities, they have access and assistance to opening of bank accounts, setting up trading entities, immigration and visa issues, accounting and tax issues, educational matters and employment opportunities.
The UK is suitable as Malaysia is a country already steaming ahead from the worldwide recession and it is one of the most vibrant economies in South East Asia with a growing 'new rich' society with high asset value. Affluent Malaysians have high aspirations and the ability to access a different lifestyle, ability to have their children educated abroad (mainly) in the UK and the ability to open access to a high consuming market ideal for businesses intending to use London as its gateway to Europe.
This is a market that Borneo Real Estate and Big Ben are very familiar with, knowing its values and beliefs with similar democracy, law and order structure and a rich British historical past.
The talk on UK properties will be in Kuching at 7.30pm this evening at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel and in Sibu, it will be at the RH Hotel at 2pm tomorrow.
For more information, please call or SMS to 013-8141100 seat reservations or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: 15 Sep 2011 07:08 PM PDT
Aussie riders including Amber Wing will be joining wakeboarders from 20 countries for the 31st IWWF World Cup Stop to be held in Kuching on the exotic island of Borneo.
The IWWF World Cup Series was established to bring the very best Waterski and Wakeboard athletes to important high population centres around the world. To date these have included London, Paris, Alexandria, Moscow, Beijing, Singapore, Doha, Liuzhou, Chuncheon, Putrajaya, and many others. Following this Kuching Wakeboard World Cup Stop, it will move on to Linyi in China.
This Stop will include Wakeboard and the Stars of Florida, a spectacular Show Ski Team from Florida, USA. They will join the Malaysia Day Celebrations in a water parade on the Sarawak River on the night of September 16th which will culminate with riverside fireworks displays.
Not only has this Kuching World Cup Stop been scheduled to coincide with the Malaysia Day celebrations, it will also form part of the birthday celebrations of the Governor TYT Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak. For the first time it will also be staged in conjunction with the historic 2011 Sarawak Regatta right in the centre of Kuching City. Dating back to 1872, the Regatta attracts an enormous variety of colourful boats including Dragon Boats, Long Boats, etc. During the four days involved, over 100,000 spectators are expected, plus 400 boats 6,000 paddlers – and of course the very best World Cup Wakeboard Riders from 20 countries. The unique combination promises to make this one of the most spectacular World Cup Stops to date.
The special MasterCraft X2 Wakeboard competition boat has already arrived in the Port of Kuching and will play its vital part throughout the World Cup Stop on the Sarawak River.
For those not fortunate enough to be able to attend the 2011 celebrations in Kuching, they will nevertheless be able to enjoy both a FREE STREAM live Webcast from the waterfront and also replays after the event. The time zone is GMT + 8 hours. The Webcast Links are as follows :
You can check out the action live here
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