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A Delegation of TusHoldings Visited MalaysiaPrint

Post Time:2017-06-26

A few days ago, a delegation led by Hebert Chen, COOof TusHoldings, and Zhang Jinsheng, vice president of TusHoldings, visited Malaysia. The delegation reached a consensus after deep discussion with Brunsfield International Group, a partner of TusHoldings in Malaysia, concerning joint construction of incubator and building of innovation and entrepreneurship cooperation platforms. This visit is significant for implementation of the cooperation agreement between the two parties, and indicates another important step of TusHoldings  in the development of the strategic layout of “Belt and Road”. 


The delegation visited Technology Park Malaysia

During the visit, the delegation successively visited leaders, enterprisers and experts from government departments, science parks and enterprises in the science parks, famous universities and their research institutes such as Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation, Technology Park Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation, and Malaysian Institute of Microelectronic Systems. After discussion with them, the delegation had better knowledge on the overall innovation and entrepreneurship environment and the resource foundations of Malaysia. During the visit, the delegation deeply felt the eagerness of Malaysian government and  all sectors of societyfor communication and cooperation with China in innovation and entrepreneurship to jointly promote exchange and commercialization of research findings. 
 

The delegation investigated the future premises of TusStar (Kuala Lumpur)

The delegation also made detailed discussion with Brunsfield International Group on the joint construction mode of TusStar (Kuala Lumpur), work flows and schedules, and work breakdown, and investigated the future premises of TusStar (Kuala Lumpur) and its surroundings. 

Lin Jian, international cooperation director of TusHoldings, and some in-charge persons of TusHoldings Research Institute for Innovation and TusStar went along with the delegation.