Events

Colours for a bright future
(From right) Goh, Nippon Paint
South East Asia (NIPSEA) Holdings
International director Eric Tan,
NIPSEA management company
COO Fujita Tetsuro, Nippon Paint
Malaysia managing director Yaw
Seng Heng, NIPSEA management
company group CEO Wee Siew Kim
and Nippon Paint Holdings Co Ltd
vice-president Kanji Nishijima with representatives from the three homes at the exhibition’s launch.  

Fundraising art exhibition held with aim to ease transition to adulthood for orphans By KITTY LIM WHEN we were little, we had wished to fast forward time to become independent young adults. Some of us had also taken for granted the care and support we received living with family members. However, the story is different…

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Kwasa Land project gets 8 bids
 

Ahmad Zaki among those eyeing Sungai Buloh bumiputra residential development PETALING JAYA: Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd has received eight tender submissions from eight companies for its inaugural bumiputra residential project dubbed “Project R3-2” near Sungai Buloh, Selangor. It said the companies were Ahmad Zaki Sdn Bhd, ARK Resources Bhd, Impiana Land & Development Sdn Bhd,…

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Nippon Paint Trend Beyond Colours 2015/16
Nippon Paint group general manager Gladys Goh pouring the final colour on the Nippon Paint Trend Toast display.  

NIPPON Paint Malaysia introduced its Trend Beyond Colours initiative with the unveiling of nine colours that are set to trend in 2015 and 2016. These trending colours were established by some of Asia’s leading interior designers and architects at the Asia-Pacific Chromazone Colour Forecasting Workshop held in Kuala Lumpur earlier this March. The occasion marked…

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Alphine Return bullish about project
(From left) UMLand director Dennis Ng, Symphony Life chairman Tan Sri Azman Yahya, Tourism and Culture Ministry secretary-general Datuk Dr Ong Hong Peng, Samsung C&T president & CEO Chi Hun Choi and Samsung C&T Malaysia MD Thomas Chung at the recent signing ceremony & exchange of documents between Alpine Return and Samsung C&T on the construction of Star Development.  

By DALJIT DHESI  ALPINE Return Sdn Bhd is unfazed by the rising competition in property development taking place in the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). Judging by the response to its Star Development project, one can assess its strong showing for the project which is scheduled for completion in 2019. Chief operating officer…

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Year’s biggest property fair
The Setia booth at Starproperty.my Fair 2014 in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.  

40 exhibitors pull in the crowds during three-day showcase VISITORS to The StarProperty.my Fair 2014 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre were treated to a dazzling array of property displays from some of the top developers in the country, recently. This was the biggest StarProperty.my Fair of the year and it saw more than 40 exhibitors…

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‘Property good to buy even after GST’
Team effort: Putrajaya Holdings marketing and Sales Department’s head Sabariah Ramli (fourth from left) and her team coming after a successful interview session at the second day of the fair.  

With tax in place it will create buyers’ market, says expert KUALA LUMPUR: The post-GST period will be a good time to buy properties, says IQI Holdings Sdn Bhd’s Alexander Woo, the first speaker at the StarProperty.my Fair 2014. “When GST comes into place, a lot of buyers would want to let go of their…

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Buyers spoilt for choice at fair
Booming market: Abdul Rahman being briefed by Mah Sing CEO Ng Chai Yong (centre) while Wong looks on during the property fair at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.  

Property showcase attracts the young seeking to make good investments BY DESIREE TRESA GASPER desiree@thestar.com.my KUALA LUMPUR: A large selection of vibrant properties which include those at prime locations are up for grabs at the last edition of this year’s StarProperty.my Fair. The three-day fair which started yesterday was abuzz with many young buyers looking…

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Star-studded expo a big draw
Good start: It was a hive of activity on the opening day of the fair at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.  

Visitors flock to booths of 43 top developers KUALA LUMPUR: There was a big turnout of visitors to the StarProperty.my Fair 2014 which has been a platform for both developers and buyers to connect. With a star-studded list of 43 exhibitors, the visitors can expect the search for a property to be brought to new…

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The biggest property fair is on
Preparation underway: Workers setting up booths for the fair at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.  

Three-day event features top projects in the country KUALA LUMPUR: Property buyers and investors are in for a treat as the popular and biggest StarProperty.my Fair of the year is finally here. The three-day event will see top developers showcasing their property. More than 40 developers are participating, including Mah Sing Group Bhd, Eco World…

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Property fair opens at KLCC
A file picture showing visitors at the StarProperty.my Fair in Tropicana City Mall on Oct 17 this year.  

THE StarProperty.my Fair 2014 will launch its final edition for this year at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Envisioned as an ideal venue for developers to showcase their latest projects, the much-anticipated event will give prospective buyers and visitors the chance to view the newest property offerings in the market. Since its 2009 debut in Kuala Lumpur, the fair has been growing from strength to strength….

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