Appointment a feather in the cap for company


  • Community
  • Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012

LBS Bina Group Bhd’s (LBS) managing director Datuk Lim Hock San is being appointed a committee member of the Zhuhai Municipal People’s Political Consultative Conference (Zhuhai CPPCC) in China. The appointment letter was recently presented by Zhuhai CPPCC vice-chairman Yan Jin Hua, in acknowledgement of LBS’ active involvement in the development of Zhuhai City.

Lim attended the eighth Zhuhai CPPCC appointment ceremony with other appointees from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. The committee members are appointed from among individuals who play a lead role in various industries, have a broad social base and a good reputation within the community of Zhuhai.

“I am very thankful to the community of Zhuhai for recognising LBS’ contribution towards the development of the city. My fellow appointees are well-respected members of the society and I am humbled to be given the opportunity to work with them to achieve the committee’s goals,” said Lim.

CPPCC was initiated in 1979. The committee members play an important role in forming strategies for Zhuhai City’s socio-economic development as well as contribute suggestions to further improving the quality of life for the Zhuhai community. The committee, which meets annually, carries out a range of duties which include reviewing the issues of the Chinese community and submitting proposals to relevant government departments, recommending views regarding various issues to the CPPCC leadership as well as executing decisions made by the leadership.

“LBS is committed to our vision of being an internationally recognised developer, building and inspiring delightful spaces that enhance community living. This recognition is proof of our vision and we hope to continuously contribute towards building quality homes and communities in Malaysia as well as globally,” said Lim.

LBS’ current developments in Zhuhai include the Zhuhai International Circuit (ZIC) which hosts numerous international race events, a 36-hole Golf Course, which has been voted as one of the best golf courses in China and 197 acres of developable land.

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