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Why Listing on 1Exchange (1X)?

Why Listing on 1Exchange (1X)?

Why Listing on 1Exchange (1X)?

1X’s strategic shareholder is SGX. 1X is widely regarded as 3rd Board and 1st MAS-regulated and cost-effective Private Securities Exchange in Singapore to design for private companies to enable them to trade on private share and provide ESOS and liquidity for their investors and employees, respectively.


Yes, you may be eligible! if your company has revenue of at least SGD 2 million with at least 2 years operating history, and the listing process only takes about 2-3 months. 

您公司有考虑在 1Exchange (1X) 上市?


  • 营业额:至少新加坡2百万新币。
  • 经营历史:至少2年,需提供审计过的财务报表。
  • 最低可流通股份:至少占股份的10%,且价值至少新加坡2百万新币。


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Mandatory Sustainability Reporting

Mandatory Sustainability Reporting


a. Bursa Malaysia Sustainability Reporting Requirement

Enhanced Sustainability Reporting Requirements
Timeline (Main Market)
Timeline (Ace Market)
  • 9 common sustainability matters and indicators
    Common sustainability indicators data and targets (at least three financial years)*
  • Statement of Assurance (internal or independent)
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2023
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2025
  • 9 + 2 common sustainability matters and indicators (waste and emissions management)
  • Transition plan disclosures (only for Ace Market Registrants)
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2024
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2026
  • Prescribed sustainability information
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2024
TCFD-aligned climate-related disclosures
  • Cover all recommended disclosures under the four TCFD pillars i.e., Governance, Strategy, Risk Management, and Metrics and Targets for the FYE on or after 31 December 2025 onwards.

    An incremental approach introduced for ‘specified elements’4, where PLCs may disclose their progress or status towards meeting the full disclosure of the specified elements for a period of two years.
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2025
  • Full TCFD-aligned disclosures to be achieved for the FYE on or after 31 December 2027
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2027

b. Singapore Stock Exchange Sustainability Reporting Requirement

Scoped Entities
ESG Funds (required by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) per Circular No. CFC 02/2022)
Effectivity date 1 January 2023
All listed issuers to issue a complete sustainability report
For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2017
All listed issuers to include TCFD recommendations on their sustainability reports:
  • Climate reporting is mandatory for all issuers on a ‘comply or explain’ basis.
  • Climate reporting is mandatory for issuers in (a) financial industry; (b) agriculture, food and forest products industry; and (c) energy industry. For other issuers, climate reporting on a ‘comply or explain’ basis.
  • Climate reporting is mandatory for issuers in (a) financial industry; (b) agriculture, food and forest products industry; (c) energy industry; (d) materials and buildings industry; and (e) transportation industry.

    For other issuers, climate reporting on a ‘comply or explain’ basis.
  • For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2022
  • For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2023
  • For financial year ending on or after December 31, 2024


More and more stock exchanges recognised the important of Sustainability Reporting and require all the listed companies to disclose their ESG performance as non-financial performance reporting to satisfy the greater demand of transparency from stakeholders.

Our ESG experts at ShineWing TY TEOH can work with you on the following sustainability programs:

  1. Training and Education
    Train your Board, Management, and Employees about the ins and outs of ESG reporting globally and within your region. We provide
    education coverage on these key matters:
    1. Introduction to ESG
    2. ESG and Sustainability Reporting
      1. Existing and Upcoming Regulations
      2. Corporate Governance
      3. The Role of the Board of Directors, Management, and Operating Departments
      4. Establishing and Communicating Policies
      5. Benefits and Remuneration Disclosures
      6. ESG Preparedness
      7. Dealing with GHG emissions
      8. Your Value Chain and their impact
      9. Employee and Customer Considerations
    3. Accounting and Reporting ESG-related assets and transactions
    4. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  2. ESG Risk and Opportunities Assessment
    Revisit existing process, procedures, and controls to identify risks and opportunities to help management address risks and seize opportunities aligned with emerging market trends particularly on environment, health & safety.
  3. Policy advisory and creation
    In compliance with sustainability regulations, identify needs on policies to establish and assist management in preparing and executing the relates policies and controls.
  4. Stakeholder engagement
    Identify, plan, develop and implement required engagement mechanisms with your stakeholders.
  5. Sustainability reporting and disclosure
    Prepare regulatory compliant sustainability reports that meets stakeholder needs and expectations.
  6. Accounting and reporting ESG-related assets and transactions
    Account and report ESG related transactions including Carbon Credits, Renewable Energy Credits, Carbon Offsets, Investments on ESG-linked funds/securities, etc.
  7. Report assurance
    Provide assurance on your sustainability transactions and reports.
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Why Considering Outsourcing as You Have Bigger Fish to Fry

Why Considering Outsourcing as You Have Bigger Fish to Fry

Why You Should Consider Staff Placement Services

Why considering staff placement services? Today the business is dynamic, you might want to fully redeploy your human resources towards a more important business task to achieve your strategic goals and objectives, by leveraging our highly skills and experienced human resources to assist your organisation’s statutory compliance, you can focus on your operation in more efficient and effective way.

We have pool of professional staff with knowledge, experience and expertise to assist your internal fuction (i.e accounting, administrations, human resources etc.). We are able to assign our professional staffs to your office for a certain period as per your business needs. Our staff placement services will help you in the following situations:-

  • You need temporary replacement after your staff has resigned;
  • You need professional and experience staff to clear accounting backlogs and get your accounts updated;
    • unidentified and unmatched trade spend and goods return
    • long outstanding and accumulated suspense, clearing, other debtors and creditors account balances,
    • bank statement reconciliation or monthly/annual accounts.
  • You are facing peak period which is temporary in nature (e.g annual budgeting, rapid expansion etc) and need extra hands to expedite the process;
  • Your existing staff participate in special projects (such as restructuring, merger, acquisition, listing exercise, system migration etc) and require temporary helping hands to focus on routine functions;
  • Your existing staff are on long leave due to illness, personal reasons or temporary re-assignment;
  • You need highly skills, experience professional and reliable staff that will always ensure your organisation are in full compliance with regulatory requirement in an accurate and timely mannerly;
  • You are at early stage companies and rarely require full-time accounting employees for accounting task as the worload is small.

What Benefits Our Staff Placement Services to Your Business

  • Redeploy your valuation human resources to a more important business task to achieve your business strategic goals and objectives;
  • Minimum re-training costs on the changes of GST/VAT, Accounting Standards and other relevant regulation and acts;
  • Lower your fixed costs on maintaining a pool of compliance teams; and
  • Lower recruitment costs on hiring your compliance team;

What We Do

  • Accounting Services and Function
  • Payroll Services and Human Resource Administration
  • Outsourcing CFO Functions
  • Compilation of Unaudited Financial Statement
  • Preparation of filing XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language)
  • Provision of Treasury Functions
  • Executive Recruitment and Search

Why ShineWing TY TEOH

  • Our staff strength combine Singapore, Malaysia, UK, and Australia Chartered Accountants;
  • More than 150 experienced accounting professionals who bring the different set of technical skills and expertise and with different industry experiences;
  • Strong track records, e.g. delivered more than 10,000 financial report;
  • Experienced in handling BPO in different countries’ governing law and jurisdiction.
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Why Labuan Foundation is Best Choice in Asia as Private Wealth Management Vehicle?

Why Labuan Foundation is Best Choice in Asia as Private Wealth Management Vehicle?

Labuan Foundation is probably one of the Best Choices in Asia as your wealth management vehicle. While there are 21 jurisdictions worldwide which have Foundation Acts to govern wealth management activities, Labuan which is governed by the Labuan Foundation Act 2010, remains the ONLY jurisdiction in Asia. As such, your assets are protected under its own jurisdiction from the local or foreign claims and cannot be liquidated forcefully.


Labuan Foundation has other Silent Features as private wealth management vehicle as below:

Labuan Company Carrying on a Labuan Business Activity
  • A corporate body with a separate legal entity
  • Provided by the Labuan Foundations Act 2010
  • Established to manage its own property for any lawful purpose, be it for charitable or non-charitable purposes
Structure (Example)
Why Labuan Foundation-Structure


Founder has extensive control.


End beneficiaries is anonymous.

Capital Transfer

No capital requirements. Minimum endowment of USD1.00 as an initial asset at time of establishment.


No requirement for founder/councillor.

Appeal Against Transfer By Creditors

Only within the first two years of registration.

Appeal Against Inheritance Provisions

No appeal possible because of foreign laws.

Foreign Claim Or Judgment


Rights And Powers Of A Founder

Enshrined via the charters.

Holding Of Malaysian Assets For Non-charitable Foundations

May hold with Labuan FSA’s approval.

Involvement Of Corporate Body

Allowed to be appointed as :

  • Founder
  • Council (Can be natural person or a corporation)
  • Officer (Can be natural person or a corporation)
  • Beneficiary


Fixed or perpetual.


Assets returned to designated party.

Ownership Of Foundation’s Asset

Beneficiary has no legal or beneficiary ownership over the foundation’s asset.

Taxation On Income

Under Income Tax Act 1967 if include Malaysian property.
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International Pre IPO and IPO (Initial Public Offering) Advisory


global standard of sustainability

Why You Should Go Public Listed Abroad?

  • Better valuation and liquidity
  • Gateway to Mainland China
  • Leveraging Mainland China’s growth
  • Well-established legal system
  • Various acceptable accounting standards
  • Sound regulatory framework
  • Free flow of capital and information
  • Advanced clearing and trading infrastructure

Pros and Cons of going On PUBLIC Listing


  • Opportunity for capital growth and new financing
  • Enlargement of shareholder base
  • Increase of shares marketability
  • Realisation of capital gains
  • Diversification of personal portfolios
  • Enhancement of corporate profile
  • Increase of corporate transparency
  • Improvement of employee incentive and commitment
  • Increase of directors’ fiduciary responsibility


  • Decrease in controlling power over the company and the need to share success with public shareholders
  • Loss of privacy of company and management
  • Time cost and initial IPO expenses during listing
  • Continuing obligations after listing
  • The need to meet shareholders’ expectation (including public minority shareholders)
  • Increase of directors’ fiduciary responsibility

Preparatory Work for ipo (initial Public Offering) Listing

Before Listing During Listing
Determine the proposed listing business or scope of the entity.
Form an internal team responsible for listing.
Plan for restructuring of the listing group.
Appoint external professional parties.
Introduce strategic investors.
Prepare and submit listing documents.
Decide to go listed or seek other forms of fund raising.
Respond to questions raised by SEHK regarding the listing documents.
Estimate the amount of funds raised through listing.
Attend listing hearings and get the approval for listing from the Listing Committee.
Determine the proposed listing business or scope of the entity.
Form an internal team responsible for listing.
Plan for restructuring of the listing group.
Appoint external professional parties.
Arrange press conference and roadshow.
Issue prospectus.

IPO Listing Process

How Has Business Registration Changed-1
Global Standard of Sustainability Reporting

Parties Involved in Listing

  • Sponsors
  • Company’s legal advisors as to Hong Kong law
  • Company’s legal advisors as to law of place of registered office
  • Legal advisors as to law of place of registered office
  • Legal advisors of sponsors and brokers as to Hong Kong law
  • Legal advisors of sponsors and brokers as to law of place of registered office
  • Reporting Accountants
  • Tax advisors
  • Valuers
  • Internal control consultants
  • Third-party industry experts
  • Printers (including Chinese and English translation)
  • Public relations firms
  • Share registrars
  • Receiving banks

Major Component of IPO Listing Expenses

  • Lawyers’ fees (including sponsors’ legal advisors, company’s legal advisors as to Hong Kong law and law of place of registered office)
  • Underwriting commission
  • Sponsors’ fees
  • Reporting Accountants’ fees
  • Internal control consultant fees
  • Public relations and roadshow fees
  • Printing fees
  • Valuer’s fees
  • Application fees to HKEX
  • Others
Set Up Payment Roll For Your New Business-1

Key Areas that Management Have to Consider before going public

Guide to Incorporating a Company-2
  • What due diligence procedures are needed?
  • How long does the listing process take?
  • What are the impacts of a private company turning into a listed company?
  • The commitments and responsibilities of the senior management?
  • Does management have sufficient knowledge and experience to manage a listed company (e.g. comply with the requirements of corporate governance and internal controls)?
  • Is it necessary to increase internal resources to cope with the listing process?
  • What is the optimal capital structure?

Common Problems During IPO Listing

Corporate Structure or Business Issues

  • Determination of the assets, businesses or entities to be included in the listing group
  • Restructuring of the human resources, management, finance and information technology systems
  • Handling of competing businesses
  • Handling of related party transactions
  • Assets valuation
  • Handling of the minority shareholders’ interests

Taxation Issues

  • Review of tax compliance
  • Feasibility of tax planning
  • Handling of the tax of employees’ warrants
  • Contact with tax authorities to confirm corporate tax status and resolve tax disputes
  • Review of the adequacy of the group’s tax reserves, e.g. land appreciation tax, corporate income tax in the business domicile, value added tax, deferred income tax, profits tax in Hong Kong, etc.

Accounting Issues

  • Revenue recognition
  • Cut-off problem of sales and purchases
  • Consolidation of financial statements of listing entities
  • Retirement benefits of employees
  • Depreciation and impairment of fixed assets
  • Capitalisation of interests
  • Valuation and amortisation of intangible assets
  • Bad debts of accounts receivables and other receivables
  • Existence and completeness of inventory records
  • Accounting for financial instruments
  • External guarantee
  • Accounting for leasing contracts
  • Accounting for government grants and subsidies
  • Qualified opinions in track record period statutory audit reports
  • Unrecorded liabilities
  • Accounting for listing expenses

Legal Issues

  • Restructuring of the listing group
  • Treatment and disclosure of legal issues and non-compliance issues for the listing group in track record Period
  • Legal titles of assets
  • Litigation and related compensations

Continuing Obligations after Listing

Upon listed, the listed company must strictly comply with the Securities and futures Ordinance and the Listing Rules to provide the public with accurate information on timely basis. The major requirements include:
signing a cheque
  • Disclosure of Inside Information
  • Financial Disclosure
  • Notices, Announcements and Circulars
  • Notifiable Transactions
  • Assets valuation
  • Connected Transactions
  • Corporate Governance Report
  • Environmental, Social and Governance Report

Corporate Teams after IPO Listing

  • Compliance Advisor
  • Company Secretary
  • Qualified Accountant
  • Authorised Representatives
  • Remuneration Committee
  • Audit Committee
  • Authorised Representatives
representing clients in meeting

Our IPO Professional Services

Pre-ipo listing

  • Assess whether the company meets the listing requirements and discuss the potential listing problems
  • Discuss the financial and accounting matters regarding the company’s restructuring
  • Discuss the financial and accounting matters regarding the company’s fund raising strategies and channels
  • Discuss the regulatory requirements and the listing process of IPO
  • Discuss the company’s basic accounting policies, preparation of financial statements, consolidation process, etc.
  • Discuss the company’s financial budget mechanism and guide based on its business development strategy
  • Disclosure of related parties transactions
  • Discuss pre-IPO capital restructuring or dividend distribution to realise the optimal composition of assets and liabilities
  • Provide internal control review services, review and assist in establishing internal control procedures on financial reporting processes
  • Provide corporate training and recommendations on improving internal control environment and procedures
  • Provide recommandations on compliance processes
  • Provide tax services and recommendations, including tax audits, tax restructuring, tax planning, etc.

DURING ipo listing

  • Prepare Accountants’ Report of the track record period, in accordance with IFRS or HKFRS and the Listing Rules of HKEX
  • Provide general assistance to the company’s sponsors, legal advisors and underwriters in the role of reporting accountants regarding the preparation of prospectus (including attending the meetings for drafting and planning, helping to review, submitting the required information and handling other matters as instructed)
  • Review the unaudited pro forma financial information
  • Review the statement of indebtedness prepared by the company
  • Review the profit and cashflow forecast prepared by the company
  • Assist the sponsors in solving queries from the regulatory authorities
  • Review the accounting policies and calculation methods adopted by the company in profit forecast
  • Comment on internal control review and corporate governance

post ipo listing

  • Act as an auditor and provide audit services
  • Review the company’s transactions in capital market such as rights issues and major acquisitions and act as reporting accountants for mergers and acquisitions or other projects
  • Review on the disclosure of the company’s financial results regularly
  • Advice on the latest updates on Listing Rules, accounting standards, financial reporting, corporate governance and other regulatory matters
  • Review the company’s internal controls and corporate governance regularly, and provide recommendations for improvement
  • Assist in the preparation of environmental, social and governance report


Note: For the Listing Criteria and Requirements on Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Singapore Stock Exchange, NYSE, NASDAQ, OTC, Australia Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, Borse Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Taiwan Stock Exchange, please refer to PDF.
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Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions

M&A Advisory Services

In the fast-changing global business environment, corporates nowadays face more formidable challenges than before in mergers or acquisitions. ShineWing focuses on the needs of corporates and helps clients to effectively navigate complexities throughout the transaction lifecycle, so as to achieve your objectives of overseas market development and business expansion.

ShineWing provides M&A advisory services for international clients in domestic and cross-border transactions. We offer comprehensive one-stop service at every stage of the transaction, tailored to the specific needs of different types of clients.

Transaction Process

1. Transaction Planning Stage

At the early stage of the transaction, we can provide our clients with timely and comprehensive recommendations and devise the best and effective solutions customised for you, helping you to capitalise on opportunities. Our professional services include, but are not limited to:

  • Identify M&A target or joint venture partner both locally and internationally
  • Conduct thorough investigation of the target
  • Develop the plan for market entry and evaluate project feasibility
  • Formulate M&A strategies

2. Transaction Execution Stage

Regardless of the size and complexity of the transaction, ShineWing can provide all-round advice on transaction negotiation and execution, helping clients to realise the best value. Our professional services include, but are not limited to:

(i) Financial and Tax Due Diligence

To minimise the risks associated with the accounting and tax issues of the transactions, ShineWing performs in-depth due diligence.


Financial Position

  • Understand shareholding structure
  • Analyse the structure and trends of profitability and costs
  • Analyse assets and liabilities in detail
  • Assess drivers behind profits and cash flows
  • Conduct an integrated analysis of the target’s financial condition, capital structure, business performance and potential


Tax Position

  • Identify financial and tax issues, and provide recommendations on mitigation
  • Advise on M&A tax structuring


Risk Control

  • Perform sensitivity analysis of revenue projections
  • Highlight key success factors and risk factors
  • Analyse the solutions to the related risks

(ii) Valuation

  • Carry out comprehensive valuation of businesses and assets of the target
  • Adjust purchase price based on the valuation result
  • Review the target’s financial model
  • Assess the rationale of the assumptions
  • Apply appropriate methodologies based on the nature of the deal
  • Provide independent and objective views on valuation

(iii) Deal Advisory

  • Act as the financial advisor to the buy side or sell side
  • Formulate deal negotiation strategy and manage the transaction process
  • Organise meetings and support deal negotiations
  • Devise and build efficient transaction structures
  • Coordinate with different professional services providers on due diligence
  • Assist in seeking government authority approval
  • Assist in the preparation of Sales and Purchase Agreement and develop the financial and commercial terms for the transaction

(iv) Commercial Due Diligence

Commercial due diligence focuses on conducting extensive and in-depth analysis of the target and collecting opinions from industry experts.


Market and Regulatory Environment

  • Evaluate market size and growth drivers
  • Analyse demand, supply and the elasticity of price change
  • Review government regulations and industry policies
  • Review regulatory risks and recommend risk mitigation strategies


Suppliers and Customers

  • Review the target’s supplier selection criteria
  • Evaluate the quality of the target’s customer base and growth potential
  • Assess the value proposition to customers and identify any unmet needs



  • Define the competitive environment in which the target operates and the competitive intensity
  • Analyse the market share of the competitors



  • Assess the business plan and growth strategy of the target
  • Evaluate management capability

3. Post-Transaction Stage

ShineWing can also help clients with the post-merger integration and optimisation. We provide various kinds of follow-on services and help you to build sound and effective management systems according to your needs. Our professional services include, but are not limited to:
  1. Corporate Structure
    Review the corporate structure and develop an effective strategy for integration or restructuring.
  2. Risk Management and Internal Control System
    Devise risk management and internal control policies for the parent company and the new entity, and set up consistent and transparent systems.
  3. Accounting Systems and Financial Reports
    Establish standardised accounting systems and apply unified accounting policies and procedures to the financial reports.
  4. Information System
    Integrate information management systems, with emphasis on management effectiveness of smooth operation.
  5. Human Resources
    Develop proper human resources solutions for the newly merged company, such as employee retention plan, performance and pay structure and human resources integration programme.
  6. Subsidiaries Management
    Establish effective management framework for subsidiaries, with emphasis on the enterprise management system and financial system of the subsidiaries.

Our Credentials in M&A Advisory Services

Over the years, our professional teams have accumulated a wealth of experience in different industries. We can provide all-round support throughout the transaction for clients spanning a range of sectors all over the world, focusing on the unique characteristics and needs of each industry.


The areas where ShineWing has been involved in cross-border M&A deals:


North America

  • A Hong Kong listed company acquired a resort in Canada
  • One of the global largest independent investment management firms invested in an environment technology company in the United States


South America

  • A chemical engineering company in Chile acquired a supplier in China



  • A leading digital map provider in China acquired a provider of automotive navigation services in Holland
  • The largest footwear manufacturing group in Germany sought partnerships in China
  • An electronics group in Sichuan, China intended to acquire a consumer electronics distributor in 11 European countries
  • A large automotive company in China intended to acquire an engineering company in Europe
  • One of the largest providers of fuel retailing solutions in Europe intended to acquire a fuel equipment supplier in China



  • A China and Africa investment fund invested in a logistics company in Africa

Strengths of ShineWing

1. International Network

ShineWing has over 7,000 professionals worldwide. Leveraging the resources of our member firms, our professional teams have in-depth M&A knowledge, with a good understanding of different local markets as well as global vision, offering genuinely international services to our clients.

2. Global Experience

ShineWing has extensive experience in transnational and cross-border transactions. We have successfully assisted our clients in different industries to complete several hundreds of international M&A and investment projects, covering Asia, Australia, Europe, Americas, Africa, etc.

3. Leading Position

ShineWing was named as one of the Top 20 global accounting networks and had been awarded the Rising Star Network by the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB). ShineWing is also widely recognised by statutory and professional institutions. We have offices in at least 24 major cities in China. ShineWing is the leading professional services provider in Asia Pacific.

4. Praxity Global Alliance

ShineWing is a member of Praxity, which has participating firms in over 100 countries operating out of over 690 offices globally. We work closely with Praxity to provide comprehensive international M&A advisory services. We can cater to the needs of clients at different stages, ranging from searching for M&A targets to providing due diligence and tax advisory services.

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Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme

Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme

Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) 马来西亚第二家园

Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme is a special programme promoted by the Government of Malaysia to allow foreigners to obtain a five (5) years (renewable) social visit pass to stay in Malaysia.


我的马来西亚第二家园计划是㇐项由马来西亚政府大力推动与 支持的㇐项特别计划,让符合特定条件的外籍人士获得有效期 限为 5 年 (并可更新)的多次入境社交签证,以便长期居留在 马来西亚。

Why MM2H 为什么选择马来西亚第二家园计划?

  • Open to citizens of all countries recognised by Malaysia regardless of race, religion, gender or age;
  • Principal applicants are allowed to bring their spouses, unmarried children below the age of 21 and the parents above the age of 60 as dependants;
  • No residence requirements (no minimum days required to stay in Malaysia);
  • Over 42,000 applicants from around the world.
  • 开放给所有受马来西亚承认的国家公民,且不受种族、宗 教、性别或年龄限制;
  • 申请者被允许携带其配偶及21岁以下未婚子女以及60岁以 上的父母入境;
  • 没有居留期要求(无移民监);
  • 超过 42,000 来自世界各国的马来西亚第二家园计划参与 者。 `

Why Malaysia 为什么选择马来西亚?

  • World-class healthcare standard with a large number of professional training in world-renowned institutions;
  • International school with international syllabus and well connected with universities around the world;
  • Multicultural living environment;
  • Chinese is also widely used other than English;
  • Tropicana climate with no natural disasters and stable politic and economic;
  • Participant allow to purchase real estate;
  • High quality of living environment with low cost of living.
  • 世界级医疗设备及拥有数量众多在世界知名机构专业培训 的医护人员;
  • 拥有与国际大学衔接的国际学校;
  • 多元文化的生活环境;
  • 除了英语和华语也是普遍使用
  • 气候稳定无天灾和政治经济稳定;
  • 计划参与者可以购买不动产;
  • 高品质生活环境及低廉的生活消费。
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