(KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 MCI ) — China Entrepreneurs Association in Malaysia (PUCM) will host the China Smart Industrial Exhibition later on 14-15th December this year to showcase Chinese companies’ smart technology and products.
The exhibition will take place at Mid valley in December and will feature leading ICT companies such as China Mobile International, China Telecom, China Commservice, UBTech, GCI, and Vivo Technology among others, said PUCM president Datuk Keith Li after the interview with Bernama today.
Li showed the operation of Alpha Ebot to Bernama Chairman Datuk Azman Ujang who was deeply impressed together with MCI Chief Editor Mr. Cheng Khee Chien.
Through this exhibition, Li said PUCM will enable Malaysian government , smart industry trade players and others to learn more about China’s smart technology and product services, better promote exchanges and interactions with the local community, introduce more advanced Chinese products and technologies to Malaysia, and assist the country’s economic development.
Li felt blessed that Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahattir gave PUCM a congratulatory message to show his support and recognition on China AI and Smart technology and products. Li also showed his thanks to the government bodies, agencies and local supporting partners such as Ministry of Tourism , Arts and Culture, Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau ( MYCEB), Malaysian Investment Development Authority ( MIDA), State Government of Perlis, The National ICT Association of Malaysia ( PIKOM),Malay Businessmen and Industrialists Association in Malaysia ( PERDASAMA), The SME Association of Malaysia (SME) and Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce ( MCCC), which shows that from Prime Minister to government bodies and trade players’ strong interest and high expectations on China AI and smart Technologies.
Li pointed out that when Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was in China in April, he visited Huawei and Sensetime, and expressed an interest in bringing their technology and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to Malaysia. Tun Mahathir also recently stressed that Malaysia is open to extensively using Huawei technology. Li said this is an affirmation of the Malaysian government’s positive view of AI and other advanced technologies Chinese companies can provide.
PUCM was established in 2015 and currently has 124 members. It is the most active and locally recognised China association in Malaysia. PUCM members have invested in a variety of business sectors such as information technology, construction, mining, oil & gas, telecommunications, energy, retail, manufacturing, education, healthcare, media and tourism, and have been making a significant contribution to Malaysia’s economic development, the President Datuk Keith Li said.
He added that PUCM has been actively promoting Chinese companies and communicating with the local community through such creative methods as holding trade exhibition, shooting Chinese New Year and Hari Raya video clips, holding seminars and forums, interacting with the Bumiputera community and holding charity events. PUCM also interacts regularly with local and international medias.