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Swiftlet Farming Seminar Tang Dynasty Hotel !!!

Swiftlet Farming Seminar Tang Dynasty Hotel !!!
Come and start your year 2018 with Pak Harry. By attending his seminar you will be adequately prepared to face the challenge to manage your BH. Those who are new will be able to learn about how to get their BH well located and designed. You will learn how to pull more birds into your BH in a very short period of time. You will have lots of ammunitions to fight with your neighbors. You will learn how to prepare those BH aromas. You will also be able to visit a BH with lots of nests. Set the two days for your to fly home with lots of knowledge. The one and only one who will share his invention with others.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

The Star Reported Another Article About Chinese Regulation !!!

Today Star reported about a comment made by Dato Chua on new guidelines for importation of swiftlet nests from countries with bird flu.

As far as I know only Indonesia is not being cleared as bird flu carrying country.

Those countries that are free from bird flu will not be affected.

Read this found at:

Stringent rules over bird’s nest

Chua said, however, the guideline would not affect local exporters as Malaysia was free of bird flu.
“We believe the move is targeted at other countries and not us. Local exporters should not be unduly worried but instead prepare to face competitors,” he said, after a dialogue with bird’s nest traders and farmers in the Bera MCA office here yesterday.
Chua said the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) requirements stipulated by Beijing were still applicable and negotiations were still ongoing.
He said Malaysia was prepared to send its officials to meet their counterparts in China and the ministry was waiting for a directive from the Cabinet.
In PUTRAJAYA, the Malaysian Federation of Bird’s Nest Merchant Association has sought Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s assistance to resolve China’s ban on bird’s nest imports from the country.
The federation felt that the Prime Minister’s cordial relationship with Chinese leaders could bring an end to the ban which was imposed in July last year.
The federation yesterday handed a memorandum on the matter to Najib. It was received by his political secretary Wong Nai Chee.
The delegation led by federation president Datuk Tok Teng Sai later had an hour-long dialogue with Wong.
Tok said the federation felt that it was unsuitable to install RFID tags as the bird’s nest would have to pass through many hands between the time it was harvested and when it reached the consumer.
In KOTA KINABALU Sabah Wildlife Depart-ment director Dr Laurentius Ambu said the requirement by China for RFID for bird’s nest export is likely to hit Sabah and Sarawak which harvest its nests from natural caves.
The two states, which have the largest number of natural caves in the country, are concerned about the requirement for RFID.

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