Press Releases
Olympic spirit revered in art
Jul 01, 2011
Source : The Star

THE Malaysia-China Cultural and Arts Association (PKKMC) is calling all Malaysian artists to submit their applications for selection to participate in the “Olympic Fine Arts 2012 (London)” by July 8.

The event is organised by the China Society for the promotion of culture and art development to support the integration between art and sports.

Hai-O Pre-tax Profit Falls To RM41m
Jun 27, 2011
Source : Bernama
Hai-O Enterprise Bhd’s pre-tax distinction for financial year finished April 30, 2011 fell to RM41.38 million from RM95.62 million in the same time final year.

Revenue forsaken to RM223.15 million from RM511.06 million previously.
Cultural ties with China feted
Jun 23, 2011
Source : NSTP
KUALA LUMPUR:THE swearing-in ceremony of the Malaysia-China Cultural and Arts Association (PKKMC) at KLPac in Sentul was witnessed by 500 people recently.
PKKMC was formed to create a society where arts and technology develop together.
Ministry ready to present itemised bill if MCA asks for it
Jun 20, 2011
Source : The Star
GENTING HIGHLANDS: The Tourism Ministry is prepared to present an itemised bill for the RM1.8mil budget for its social media advertising campaign if MCA requests it.

Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said: “He (party president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek) did not mention about the itemised bill to me yet. But if he does request it, I have no problem (presenting it).”
TS Solar To Distribute Himin Products, Solutions
May 12, 2011
Source : BERNAMA
KUALA LUMPUR — TS Solar Energy Sdn Bhd has signed an agreement with China’s largest solar enterprise, Himin Solar Corp ltd, to distribute its products and solutions.
Wen Jiabao meets representatives of Chinese communities
Apr 28, 2011
Source : BERNAMA
KUALA LUMPUR: Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao today spent about half an hour meeting with representatives of the Chinese community from China living in Malaysia, as well as those from the Malaysian Chinese community.
Held at a hotel here, the gathering was attended by more than 400 people.

The group included Chinese embassy staff and their family members, investors, businessmen and students.