On November 3, 2023, Unilumin's Daya Bay Science & Technology Park was graced with the visit of the Vice Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Francisco Kalbuadi Lay, and the esteemed overseas Chinese community leader, Ted Sieong. The latter is the Honorary Chairman of the Municipal Overseas Chinese Federation and the Chairman of the United States-Indonesia International Daily News Group. They were warmly welcomed by Unilumin's senior management team, including Chairman Tiger Lin, General Manager of the International Sales of Unilumin Lighting Maria Wu, and other company executives.
Francisco Kalbuadi Lay, Deputy Prime Minister of Timor-Leste (3rd from left)
Tiger Lin, Chairman of Unilumin Group (3rd from right)
The visit was very significant, as Timor-Leste is a country that's part of the "Belt and Road" initiative, in which the economy is doing well. Vice Prime Minister Francisco Kalbuadi Lay and Ted Sieong's purpose was to learn more about Metasight technology and its advantages, as well as the practical applications of EMC energy-saving solutions. They also intended to explore potential opportunities for collaboration.
Deputy Prime Minister of East Timor, Francisco Kalbuadi Lay, exchanged gifts with Chairman Lin.
Accompanied by Chairman Tiger Lin, Vice Prime Minister Francisco Kalbuadi Lay and his team first visited Unilumin's showroom in Daya Bay, Shenzhen, where they got a detailed understanding of the Micro LED technology, creative LED displays, immersive CAVE spaces, and other solutions.
The Vice Prime Minister was impressed with Unilumin's strong product capability, production capacity, and global service. He expressed his hope that Unilumin could help Timor-Leste diversify its economy by intelligently improving street lighting and tourism with Metasight technology, which would benefit the local economy and society development.
Timor-Leste's participation in the "Belt and Road" initiative has created favorable market opportunities for foreign businesses and presents growth prospects for Unilumin. During the discussion, Chairman Tiger Lin announced that the Unilumin Public Welfare Foundation would donate 100 streetlights to Timor-Leste to brighten local villages and promote "Night-time Economy" development. Vice Prime Minister Francisco Kalbuadi Lay's visit to Unilumin strengthened the ties between Unilumin and Timor-Leste, strengthening the foundation for mutual communication and connection. Unilumin is committed to driving future growth through technological innovation and becoming a Chinese benchmark LED enterprise on the global stage.