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CHANGSHA, CHINA – Media OutReach – 19 August 2020
Changsha IFS proudly launched
Sneaker Factory exhibition in August. During the exhibition, CSIFS collaborated
with five world-renowned artists including HelloJason, Rudy Lim, Digiway, Zhijun
Wang and Zhang Baqian to showcase the limited edition art pieces. With over 250
pairs limited edition sneakers were displayed which attract sports lovers and
youth.

Changsha IFS unveiled the "Sneaker Factory" Exhibition in Central China

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Sneaker
Factory kick off event on 8.5


Invited DJ
Wordy, the most influential champion DJ in China, won the DMC champion in three
consecutive years, staged with pop performance. Artist HelloJason gave the guests
a tour by having a sneaker talk themed “The Evolution of Sneakers”. He
introduced the journey of the sneaker development with its historical
background. Besides, endorsed by famous international brands Nike, Adidas and
Jordan, Lining, CSIFS presented a trendy and sophisticated fashion show to all
our guests. It showcased the latest fashion and sneakers. With the great
support of Mango V Foundation, CSIFS successfully organized a charity auction
of the limited sneakers. All the funding would be arranged to the high school
graduates for the university education examination and achieving their dreams.

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Changsha
IFS, a trendsetter, brings out the best in you


Sneakers are
no longer just a chic, but also a lifestyle.

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Korean artists Rudy Lim,
specializing in deconstructing sneakers, presented the anatomy of six signature
sneakers, including the popular and limited-edition OFF-WHITE x Air Force 1 Low
“Volt”.In the
meanwhile, this is also Lim’s first exhibition in Central China.

Digiway, who created “The Cháo
Dynasty” with the inspiration from the Chinese painting “Along the River during
the Qingming Festival”, brought another representative art piece to the
exhibition: “The Hype Supper” 1.0 and 3.0.

Sneaker mask artist Zhijun Wang,
recognized by well known celebrity collectors, including well — Murakami
Takashi and Edison Chen, presented his latest work, which is inspired by the
Jordan designer Tinker Hatfield’s Kobe 11 Muse Pack, to pay tribute to
basketball superstar Kobe Bryant.

Artist Zhang Baqian, famous of
creating the sneakers with mini blocks. Over 300 mini blocks made sneakers
including Air Jordan, Dunk Low and Yeezy 
were showcased in the exhibition. 

XH 55 Artist
HelloJason Showcased Unique Works at the Exhibition

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This summer,
HelloJason was in Changsha to present “The Future Is Coming” in order to
celebrate the 30th anniversary of Air Max 90. The most inspiring
ideas was using the sneakers as a tool brush to create the painting.

A key and
eye-catchy sneaker-shaped photo opportunity


Once you entered
into the exhibition, there is a giant sneaker-shaped installation to bring the
precious limited sneakers collections, but not limited to  Air Jordan 1 replicas and crossovers,  Nike Mag Back to the Future,  Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard ,  Mars Yard 2.0, Air Jordan x Travis Scott,
Off-white x Nike “The Ten” series, to the guests.

Take a shot Take a break


Spending with a designated amount
can enjoy the basketball shooting fun. Exclusive premiums and surprises will be
given out for those high score players! Practice makes perfect is always true!

ABOUT THE WHARF GROUP

The Wharf (Holdings) Limited was founded in 1886, with the mission of
“Building for Tomorrow”.


The Group’s business also includes property investment and
development, logistics, hotel, communication, media, entertainment, and public
communication.


Wharf is active in property development in mainland China. In addition
to the Times Square project in Chongqing, Dalian, Shanghai, and Wuhan,
International Finance Square (IFS) is becoming the flagship brand in mainland
China, representing the group’s vision of the commercial complex that will
excel in the future. IFS projects have been launched in the cities of Chengdu,
Chongqing, Changsha, Suzhou, and Wuxi. IFS is joining Harbour City and Times
Square to become one of the big names of the group with comparable importance,
positioning and scale.


ABOUT Changsha IFS

Wholly owned by The Wharf Group, Changsha IFS, occupying an area of around 74,000 m², is located in
Wuyi commercial district, the CBD of Changsha, adjacent to Huangxing Road and
Jiefang West Road. The project offers over 1 million m² of integrated
components, including a 250,000 m² world-class mall,
two Grade-A office towers and a five-star hotel. IFS mall features a wide range
of international fashion brands, lifestyle shops, fusion restaurants,
entertainment venues and more, energizing the city with a one-stop shopping,
dining and entertainment experience.

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Vivocom’s Group Game Changer – Multi-Billion Sand Project Secured

  • Initial contract worth RM3.79 billion for three years
  • Aspires to be a major industry player 'with exponential growth prospects'
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KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - Media OutReach - 26 February 2021 - In a filing to Bursa Malaysia this evening, Vivocom Intl Holdings Berhad ('Vivocom') announced that V Development Group via one of its subsidiaries has secured a 'massive win' worth approximately USD934.7 million or the equivalent of RM3.79 billion.

Rain International Sdn Bhd ('Rain International') is a 97% owned subsidiary under the V Development Group which was recently merged into the Vivocom Group. The Company's proposed acquisition of V Development Group had been recently approved by the relevant authorities.

Rain International is principally involved in the mineral trading and exportation business, supplying sand to its client mainly in Hong Kong and China for reclamation and construction works. The Company had recently signed a contract for the supply of marine sand for a minimum period of three years.

The contract is for the supply of sand to Zhen Hua Engineering Company Ltd-China Communications Construction Company Ltd-CCCC Dredging (Group) Company Ltd. (ZHEC-CCCC-CDC), a Joint Venture contractor appointed to undertake the main reclamation works for the Hong Kong International Airport Three Runway System Project.

Director Mr William Chan Ching-Kee said: "As the appointed agent for the ZHECC-CCCC-CDC Joint Venture, we are looking forward to the exportation of sand from Malaysia to our client in Hong Kong to commence without any further delay."

Dato Seri Chia is optimistic that the contract would be extended for another two to three years and could potentially generate revenue of up to RM6 billion.

"The sand business is a major boost because it gives us tremendous visibility. The potential revenue is huge, recurring and highly scalable," its jubilant CEO, Dato Seri Chia Kok Teong exclaimed.

"The potential for explosive growth in the sand business is real and tangible, and bodes well for the Group in the next few years."

"We are starting with 3 years but the contract can easily be increased to 5 years and beyond, with higher tonnage shipped every 6 months. The exportation of sand will increase sharply over time," he added.

Besides the reclamation works for the Hong Kong International Airport, the rapid pace of construction and reclamation works in China and Singapore also requires heavy demand for sand, which is a considerable boon to Malaysia.

"The market for sand export is extremely humongous and will fuel the Group's rapid growth for the next several years. The RM3.79 billion Win is the first of many more to come."

"I have in fact urged my team to secure up to RM10 billion worth of sand contracts by the end of 2021. This is part of our overall transformation strategy to become a multi billions conglomerate," declared Dato Seri Chia.

"It is our core strategy to strengthen and diversify the Group's revenues generation capabilities and capacities and not be too narrowly focussed."

"Presently, we are already in negotiations for another RM2 to RM3 billion sand contract. Once finalised, we will make the relevant announcement as per Bursa Malaysia's requirements," Dato Seri Chia elaborated.

The sand would be procured from an approved permit holder to export sand overseas, and sourced from concession areas in Sandakan and Sungai Beluran in Sabah and throughout Malaysia.

"Even with this massive sand contract already secured, we will not be complacent. I have earlier promised to transform Vivocom into a behemoth Conglomerate and I will work non-stop to deliver on the promise," Dato Seri assured.

Since Dato Seri Chia's entry into Vivocom in January 2020 when its price was at 15 cents, the share has climbed sharply and last closed at RM1.06 on Thursday, 25th February 2021.

"I am very optimistic that Vivocom shares will continue to grow strongly and be worth a lot more than presently over time. I'm proud to say that we are no longer a penny stock," he reflected.

"My team is totally committed to building Vivocom into a reputable and profitable public company, one with solid fundamentals, sustainable profits and healthy cashflows."

"As a priority, we will work towards getting the Group elevated to the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia and be a dividends-paying company soonest possible," quipped Dato Seri.

To show his commitment, Dato Seri Chia has undertaken a voluntary self--imposed moratorium (or SIM) in that he will not dispose his personal stakes in Vivocom for the next 3 years. This will ensure the company's long-term price stability and sustainability.

"We want a stable and strong share price so that the Company can use its shares with its high liquidity as a currency for M&A activities to fund and fast-track expansion and growth," he explained.

"A strong share with high liquidity is a most valuable and prized asset. We will use it to buy Companies with game-changing and disruptive strategies. To look for the Next Big Thing."

"The enormous followings in the Company are what is driving in tremendous liquidity and momentum giving our share price added impetus," Dato Seri proudly asserts.

"We aspire to emulate Berkshire Hathaway strategy started over 40 years ago by Mr Warren Buffet. Mr Masayoshi Son built SoftBank Group of Japan along the same philosophy and Alphabet in US adopted similar strategies."

"These three companies are presently amongst the most valuable and admired companies in the world. I have the same dream for Vivocom. I am determined to leave behind an enduring legacy for all our valued shareholders," concluded Dato Seri Chia.

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