Underwear and Lingerie Market

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Memborong terus dari pembekal di China

Gandakan keuntungan anda dengan memborong terus dari pembekal pelbagai produk di China. Pakaian, cenderamata, permainan, elektronik dan banyak lagi.

Servis shipping door to door dari China - Malaysia

Mengapa bayar lebih?Tanya kami untuk shipping FCL/LCL dari China ke Malaysia. Terima barang terus di muka pintu kedai/rumah anda!

How to connect to Facebook in China

Read our experience on how to connect to Facebook and other banned website in China such as blogger,twitter and even Youtube.

Guangzhou Halal Guide

Halal food is essential for muslim traveler. So we try to compile the best halal restaurant in Guangzhou and Yiwu,China.

Thursday, November 12, 2015


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Furniture Wholesale Market in Foshan,Guanzghou

Good quality and good design. These two words describe my experience when traveling to Furniture Wholesale Market in Foshan Guangzhou

From the GZ city centre, you can now take metro Line 1 and change to Guangfo Line direction Foshan

There are several famous furniture market in Foshan namely

Foshan International Furniture Expo Mall
Address: Lanshi 1st Rd, Chancheng, Foshan, Guangdong, China

Address: China, 广东省佛山市顺德区325国道乐从路段

So why wait more. Furnish your house with the latest italian design furniture with a very affordable price!

China Visa Fee UPDATE : 2015

For Malaysian who wish to travel to China from Malaysia, please refer to the table for China Visa Fee Malaysia

The visa process is now stricter than before. hence pls make sure you have relevant document before you submit the application

1. Valid 6 months passport
2. Passport size photo x 1
3. Copy of front page passport
4. Copy of flight booking

The office for Visa service now is ia Wisma Hampshire Jalan Mayang Sari KL Level 5

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The top 50 wholesale market in China

China offer millions of products under the sun

China has more than hundreds top wholesale market all over the countries

Here is the top 50 wholesalemarket in China
1. Zhejiang Yiwu China Commodity City

2. Zhejiang China Light & Textile Industrial City

3 Wu Ai Commodity Market, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

4. Xiliu Clothing Wholesale Market, Haicheng, Liaoning Province

5 Linyi Wholesale City, Linyi, Shandong Province

6 Hanzhengjie Commodity Market, Wu Han, Hubei Provice

7. He Hua Chi Wholesale Market, Chengdu, Sichuan Province

8. Nansantiao Commodity Market, Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

9. Naochuan Clothing Market, Shangdong Province

10. China Oriental Silk Market, Wusi, Jiangsu Province

11. Shijiazhuang Xinhua Trade Center, Hebei Province

12 Xiaoshan Commercial City, Zhejiang Province

13. Changshu Merchandise Mall, Jiangsu Province

14 Huangyan Luqiao Commodity Market, Zhejiang Province

15. Jimo Clothing Wholesale Market, Shandong Province

16. Chongqing Chaotianmen Comprehensive Market

17. Cixi Zhouxiang Food Wholesale Market, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province

18. Shenyang, China Furniture City, Liaoning Province

19. Caiyun City, Yantai Development Zone, Shandong Province

20. Harbin Underground Commodity Market, Heilongjiang Province

21. Datang Textile Market , Zhuji, Zhejiang Province

22. Huanbei Commodity Market, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

23. Guangfu Road Market, Changchun, Jilin Province

24. Hangzhou Silk Market, Zhejiang Province

25. Zhoucun Textile World. Zibo, Shandong Province

26. Huzhou Silk City, Zhejiang Province

27. Evergreen Clothing Market, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

28. Jiangyin Food City, Jiangsu Province

29. Zhili Light & Textile & Embroidery Industry, Zhejiang Province

30. Honghe Sweater Market, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province

31. Hangzhou Light Textile Market, Zhejiang Province

32. Jiangyin Textile Market, Jiangsu Province

33. Qiaoxi Qingnian Street Market, Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

34. Yongjia Bridge Button Market, Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province

35. Taicang Light Textile Market, Jiangsu Province

36. Tongxiang Puyuan Wool Market, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province

37. Guanlin Commercial Plaza, Luoyang, Henan Province

38. Harbin Toulong Street Market, Heilongjiang Province

39. Eastern Wholesale Market, Lanzhou, Gansu Province

40. Qiaonan Industrial Goods Market, Changde, Hunan Province

41. China Shoes City, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

42. Guanghui Wholesale Market, Lanzhou, Gansu Province

43. Daxiangguo Temple Market, Kaifeng, Henan Province

44. Liusha Cloth &Fabric Market, Puning, Guangdong Province

45. Dongyuegong Market, Xingning, Guangdong Province

46. Guangzhou Baima Clothing Wholesale Market

47. Dongxing Market, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

48 Jiashan Mall, Zhejiang Province

49. Harbin Nanji Food Wholesale Market, Heilongjiang Province

50. Baigou Commodity Market, Hebei Province

Monday, October 19, 2015

Guangzhou Baiyun World Leather Market

Guangzhou Baiyun World Leather Market had expanded into 3 phases since the first day I visited the plaza in 2009. Nowadays the building has 3 blocks which host more than thousand bag,handbag,trolley bag and all kind of bags manufacturer,retailer and wholesaler

To explore the place here I include a map showing the location 

How to buy wholesale?

Buying wholesale means that you buy a product more than a unit. The price will be slightly different. Haggling and bargaining skills are required to get competitive price in Guangzhou Wholesale Market

Watch the video to learn more

Jika anda ingin memborong sendiri ke Guangzhou sila ikut itinerary yang saya tuliskan disini

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Canton Fair 2015

Canton Fair 2015 is the 118th series of the China's largest trade fair. Find the schedule here

Venue: China Import and Export Fair Complex
              (No. 380, Yuejiang Zhong Road, Guangzhou)

5 tips to source from China supplier

5 tips to source from China supplier

If you import product from China, there are five basic steps you should be taking to maximize your chance of receiving the right products at the right quality. A shipment of defective or dangerous products can almost never be returned to China and your supplier is not likely to re-do your products for “free” either. Taking these five steps will save you time and money.
1. Find a Suitable Supplier.
Many importers find a nice sample at a trade show, get a good quotation from the company believed to have manufactured the sample and then think their supplier search has ended. It is very risky to choose your supplier in this way. Online directories (e.g.Alibaba) and trade shows are only a starting point. Suppliers pay to be listed or to exhibit, and they are not rigorously screened.
If your contact claims to own a factory, you can run a background check on his company to confirm this claim. Then you should go and see the factory or order a capacity audit (around USD$1,000). Try to get some customer references and call them. Make sure the factory is familiar with your market’s regulatory standards.
If your orders are small, it is usually best to avoid very large manufacturers because they will probably quote high prices and not care about your orders. However, smaller factories usually need closer monitoring, especially on the first production run. Be forewarned: showing a nice factory and then subcontracting production to a smaller workshop is very common and the source of many quality problems. Your contract with your supplier should prohibit subcontracting. 
2. Clearly Define Your Expected Product.
Some buyers approve a pre-production sample and a pro forma invoice and then wire the deposit. This is not enough. What about your own country’s safety standards? What about your product’s labeling? Will the packaging be strong enough to protect your goods during freight? These are just some of the many things on which you and your supplier should reach written agreement before money changes hands.  
I recently worked with an American importer who had told its Chinese supplier that “the quality standard should be the same as that of your other US customers.” Of course when this American importer started experiencing problems, the Chinese supplier replied by claiming that “our other US customers never complain about this, so it is not a problem.”
The key is to write your product expectations into a detailed specification sheet that leaves no room to interpretation. Your methods for measuring and testing these specifications, along with the tolerances, should also be included in this document. And your contract should set forth specific dollar penalties if the specifications are not met.  
If you are developing a new product with a Chinese manufacturer, you should be sure to document the resulting product’s characteristics and production processes as you cannot count on your supplier to give you this information if you later choose to switch to another factory. 
3. Negotiate Reasonable Payment Terms.
The most common payment method is T/T (Bank Transfer). The standard terms are a 30% deposit before the components are purchased with the remaining 70% to be paid after the supplier faxes the bill of lading to the importer. It can get a bit more complex if a mold or special tooling is necessary during development.
Those vendors who insist on more favorable terms are usually seeking to trap you. I recently worked with a buyer who was so confident he would receive a good product he paid the full price before production. Needless to say, delivery came late and there were quality problems. He had nothing to use to leverage appropriate corrective action.
Another popular method is to pay by irrevocable L/C (Letter of Credit). Most serious exporters accept an L/C if you specify reasonable terms. You can send the draft to your supplier for approval before the letter is formally “opened” by your bank. Bank fees are higher than when you pay via T/T, but you are much better protected. I advise using an L/C for new suppliers or for very large orders.
4. Control Your Product Quality in the Factory.
How do you make sure your supplier met your product specifications? By going to the factory yourself and monitoring for this or by appointing a third party inspection firm to manage this process for you (for most shipments, third party quality control companies charge less than USD$300).
The most common type of quality control is a final random inspection of a statistically valid sample. This statistically valid sample gives professional inspectors enough to quickly and cost effectively draw conclusions about an entire production run.
In some cases, quality control should also take place earlier so as to catch problems before all production is complete. In these cases, an inspection should take place either before the components are embedded in the final goods or when the first finished products just get off the lines. In these cases, some samples can be picked up and sent for lab testing. 
To take full advantage of QC inspections you should first have defined the product spec sheet, (see section 2 above), which then becomes your inspector’s checklist. Second, your payments (see section 3 above) should be tied to quality approvals. If you pay by T/T, you should not wire wire the remainder of your payment until your product passes final inspection. If you pay by L/C, the documents required by your bank should include a certificate of quality control issued by your appointed QC firm.
5. Formalizing the Previous Steps
Most importers are not aware of two facts. First, it is possible for an importer to sue a Chinese supplier, but it only makes sense to do it in China — unless that supplier owns assets in another country. Second, your purchase orders will aid in your supplier’s defense; they almost certainly will not help you. 
To minimize your risks, you should buy your product pursuant to an OEM agreement (preferably one that is in Chinese). This contract will decrease your chances of problems and give you greater leverage should a problem occur.
My last bit of advice is that you be sure to put this entire system in place before you start negotiating with potential suppliers. Doing this will let them know that you are a professional importer and they will respect you for this. They will be more likely to agree to your requests because they will know that you can easily find another supplier. Perhaps most importantly, it will be much more difficult and much less effective if you start scrambling to put this system in place after you have already placed your order.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Car Accessories Market in Guangzhou

There are many car accessories market in Guangzhou. The famous one is Yong Fu Lu Car Market

Here you can find all type of car accesories ranging from GPS,roof rack,halogen lamp,exhaust and many more.

The address in Chinese is as follows

1. near the Yong Fu Lu area:

永福汽配城 地址: 永福路49号

福怡汽车配件用品市场 地址: 永福路49号

永福汽车配件专业街 地址: 永福路

2. near the Jiao Chang Xi Lu area (close to Metro station Lie Shi Ling Yuan on Line 1)

新较场摩托车配件城 地址: 较场西路6号

置地摩托车配件城 地址: 较场西路6号

3. near the Guang Yuan Xi Lu area (the old airport)

万里汽配城 地址: 广园中路59号

鸿运汽配广场 地址: 广园西路68号

广园汽车配件专业一条街 地址: 广园路

Friday, January 17, 2014

Plaza Borong Malaysia

Pengalaman berniaga di plaza borong terbesar di Jalan Tunku Abd Rahman iaitu Plaza TAR memberikan kami 1001 pengajaran berguna dalam dunia bisnes. Kami (Bezahra Trading) berniaga disana selama 2 tahun iaitu 2009-2011. Pada akhir 2011 kami ambil keputusan berpindah ke premis baru di Jln Genting Klang Setapak.

Menjadi pemborong sebenarnya memerlukan 4 perkara

- Modal yang sangat besar
- Masa yang sangat dedikasi
- Pengalaman berniaga secara runcitan
- Pekerja yang dedikasi

Sekiranya 4 perkara ini tiada, maka susah utk sustain dlm perniagaan borong ini.

Alhamdulillah, kini kami telah memasuki tahun ke-4 berniaga secara runcit dan borong. Masih banyak yg perlu dipelajari terutamanya dari segi pengurusan dan soal pekerja

Memborong di China memberikan kami access kepada jutaan barang yang possible utk dijual di Malaysia

Kami sudah menjual beg,aksesori wanita,quran digital,bahan kimia,alatulis,pam cuci kereta,mp3 player,aksesori 4wd dan aksesori kereta,pakaian kanak-kanak dan dewasa,kain ela dan bermacam2 lagi. Semuanya kami dapat dari China

Sertai Seminar Borong China 19 Januari ini untuk mengetahui dengan lebih lanjut. Masih ada 8 kekosongan. Terus call dan terus daftar 013 2779320

Trip Borong China kami pula akan diadakan pada cuti sekolah Mac nanti. Juga terhad kepada 15 org sahaja. Apa lagi..jom bertindak!

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