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Australia | Youtuber Kimmy | Australian Sze Nai shares her job seeking experience 

Many people think that every aspect of their lives would change tremendously after they migrate overseas. Finding the first local job is a big challenge for countless people, especially when they do not have friends or someone they know there. In fact most of the time, people would need to try and accept changes in order to make their first step in their career. YouTuber Australian Sze Nai will share with you her job seeking experience in Melbourne, Australia, as well as her experience being a homestay host. Don’t forget to check out YouTuber channel 澳洲師奶多多事幹 to learn more!

Friends’ Job Seeking Experience

Australian Sze Nai shared the job seeking experience of two of her friends’ families:

  • A 3-man family migrated to Melbourne:

The wife worked in the finance industry back then in Hong Kong. She successfully found a job in a large local bank two weeks after migration. Even though her rank in occupation is not as high as her job in Hong Kong, the biggest difference is that her job bonuses significantly shrunk.

The husband found a job as an IT consultant, which was the same as his position in Hong Kong, after 18 months. While he was seeking a job, he worked as a full-time father, sometimes a uber driver, and performed forex trading. He got invited by head hunters twice to join new companies after working in his first job. Now his salary is considerable.

  • A 4-man family migrated to Sydney:

The wife worked in local bank back office, which was the same as her job in Hong Kong.

The husband worked as an ambulanceman back then in Hong Kong. Alas being an ambulanceman in Australia requires a corresponding degree. Soon he accepted his wife’s suggestion and successfully became a postman. The job does not give high salary, but employees are given a considerable amount of welfare. Employees work for 38 hours weekly, which is 8 hours daily on average. Those working overtime are offered additional salary and meal allowances. After working overtime for more than 3 hours, employees are given double salary. In addition, employees enjoy annual leave of 4 weeks and casual leave of 10 days.

Australian Sze Nai’s family

When Australian Sze Nai’s family first migrated to Melbourne, her husband ran an online business. The business was running smoothly, but he thought the Australian policy did not offer enough protection for sellers. The husband decided to move back to Hong Kong. Since then, Australian Sze Nai had to look after her kids on her own. She worked as a personal assistant back then in Hong Kong, and became a full-time housewife in Melbourne. Aside from looking after her kids, she helped out in a second-hand uniform store in a local school as voluntary work, in which she sold unwanted second-hand uniforms to needy families.

Homestay Host Experience

In addition to the voluntary work mentioned above, Australian Sze Nai has been a homestay host. She provided accommodation and meals to overseas students that came to Australia. She got the idea when she learned that some of her parent friends were doing this kind of work. Also, the former owner of her house is a homestay host as well, which enabled her house to run homestay business. Australian Sze Nai said that her target was male students when she first started the business. She thought male students would not use as much water as female students do. Also, she thought male students are not as picky as female students in terms of meals. She has accepted overseas students from different countries, including Mainland China, Japan, etc. She confessed that she felt slightly pressured while being a homestay host. This is because she had to prepare meals for the guests, as well as thinking of different dishes to make for meals. She did not want to be too casual when guests were present. On the other hand, Australian Sze Nai considered being a homestay host as an escape from worries when she was too concerned about her kids. Moreover, she thought it was a great opportunity for cultural exchange. Her kids got to learn a bit of different languages while the students themselves were able to learn more about Melbourne and Australian culture.

First Part-time Job in Australia

Australian Sze Nai has been a homestay host until 2018, when her husband decided to migrate to Melbourne and live with them. As her children grew older, she thought perhaps it was time to find a real job. As she wanted jobs that could have the same holidays as her kids, she decided to apply for school positions, but she did not receive any responses. Later, her friends told her the competition for school positions was intense since many parents shared similar thoughts with her. In addition, schools preferred applicants they knew when they chose applicants. She knew that she did not have anyone she knew working in schools. It was then when the school where Australian Sze Nai’s sister’s kids were studying was recruiting a principal assistant. Australian Sze Nai thought it would not hurt to try and apply for the position, especially when she had time at the moment. The position was a full-time one. At first, Australian Sze Nai wanted her husband to help her look after the kids. However, her husband changed his mind again and decided to stay in Hong Kong, which meant Australian Sze Nai could not find full-time positions. She had declined the school’s second round interview offer. Fortunately, the school was very considerate that they gave Australian Sze Nai a part-time position offer, as well as accepting her special requirement in working hours. Although the job did not have a high salary, the position name made her feel proud. Also, it was the first time she found a job in Australia. She just wanted to acquire work experience. So Australian Sze Nai accepted the offer. After one year of work, the school wanted Australian Sze Nai to switch to full-time employment. Australian Sze Nai could not do so due to time constraints. She left the position. Since then, she began her career as a YouTuber.

Australian Sze Nai mentioned in her video that, immigrants should try different industries and positions, regardless of the work type, when they seek jobs overseas. Local employers value local work experience more. Having someone you know is indeed one of the important factors. She also shared her experience as a homestay host, which gave immigrants an inspiration. Hong Kong people who are interested in migrating to Melbourne should definitely check out the video themselves for more details.

澳洲師奶多多事幹 information

The channel was created by a Sze Nai that migrated to Melbourne from Hong Kong. YouTuber Australian Sze Nai would like to share her experience and usual life in Australia.

澳洲師奶多多事幹 will share with you some clips on how to integrate into the local Australian culture, and continue to carry forward the spirit of Hong Kong people in different places, knowing how to drink, eat and play. Due to the limited power of one’s own efforts, netizens are also welcome to provide information that can help other Hong Kong people integrate into Australian culture.

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Singapore | Laurel Yang | Laurel Introduces Her Dream Home in Singapore

As a global financial center, Singapore is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Its HDI value was 0.938 in 2019, demonstrating the rapid growth of the already advanced country. One might imagine life in Singapore to be extremely intense without any chance to rest or catch your breath, but YouTuber Laurel Yang says otherwise. After settling down in her new apartment in Singapore with her husband S, Laurel finally reveals her home! Keep an eye on her YouTube channel Laurel Yang, where she illustrates how relaxing life could be in Singapore! We will focus on the studio and guest room, bedroom, household shelter, and two bathrooms of her apartment in this article.

Studio and Guest Room and Bathroom

This room is located in the hallway between the living room and kitchen. It is not only the studio, but also acts as the guest room when there are guests in Laurel’s apartment. The sofa in the studio can be transformed into a two-meter bed for guests to sleep in. Next to the sofa sits a table that is designed to make things convenient for both Laurel and her husband, who usually have different working hours. Laurel really appreciates the work area because she spends a lot of time editing videos at home. On the other hand, the guest bathroom is located across the hallway, and it has a simple design with only a shower, a toilet, a washbasin, and some toiletries since it’s only used when there are guests.

Bedroom and Bathroom

Laurel’s bedroom has a bed, a wardrobe, two nightstands, and an air purifier. While the wardrobe is customly designed to save space in her bedroom, she also installed a projector above the bed and a projector screen in front of the wardrobe for movie nights. The table on her side of the bed is a place for her to put makeup on, and the table on the other side of the bed is for her husband to store things or charge his phone. Finally, there is another bathroom in the bedroom. Although the natural lighting in this bathroom is dimmer compared to the other one, it contains more things as Laurel mainly uses this bathroom.

Household Shelter

Every HDB in Singapore has a household shelter, which is a safe space for people to hide in during emergencies. The building materials surrounding each household shelter are strong, so the residents of newer buildings are not allowed to change or remove the household shelter. Laurel uses this space as a storage room when there are no emergencies.

Choice of Furniture

In the beginning of the house tour, Laurel states that she attempts to keep her furniture movable and avoids purchasing intractable furniture, such as cabinets on the wall. As a result, it is easier for her to change the positioning of furniture. This allows her to utilize the space more efficiently. For example, she installed most of the cabinets on both sides of the kitchen to store things and create more space in other rooms. Impressively, most of her furniture is well-designed and multi-functional without losing their simplicity and taking up too much space.

  • Laurel hopes to maintain a simple design. 
  • Laurel uses the sofa and carpet in the living room as a spot to rest, read, watch movies, and hang out with friends.
  • There aren’t many buildings blocking the sunlight, so the lighting in the apartment is perfect. Laurel loves the natural light and makes good use of it. She not only air-dries her clothes, but also grows more plants for passion and to fit the style of the apartment.
  • There is a cabinet behind every mirror in the apartment for Laurel to store more things, including toiletries and utilities

Laurel’s Success in Building Her Ideal Home in Singapore 

Laurel acknowledges that her apartment is not the biggest in size, but she learnt to use every inch of the space wisely. She builds her home based on the style she likes and chooses fitting furniture to fill the apartment, paying attention to both their design and functions. Similarly, you can certainly build your ideal home and lifestyle if you are willing to devote more time and effort to choosing and designing your house. 

Information about Laurel Yang

Laurel is a Taiwanese girl who lives and works in Singapore. The content she posts on her YouTube channel Laurel Yang is prominently her personal life, such as hanging out with friends or her relationship with her husband S. She also posted videos about deeper topics like analyzing potential development of the educational industry or comparing the differences between Taiwan and Singapore.

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Singapore | KongWife| Kindergarten Chapter Singapore 7 tips You must know

As a Southeast Asia country, Singapore’s financial and cultural environment are very similar to Hong Kong, so Singapore gradually becoming another choice for Hong Kong immigrants. Also, YouTuber KongWife emigrate to Singapore! Remember to pay attention to the YouTube channel KongWife, which shares about Singapore’s daily life, views on Singapore and immigration. This time, we are going to explain Singapore’s education system.

Singapore’s education system

Most Hong Kong people will immigrate their whole family to Singapore, or form a family after emigrating, and may also have children. They will inevitably care about kindergarten education. YouTuber KongWife pointed out that the teacher-student ratio of K1 in Singapore, that is, K2 in Hong Kong, is about 1:20; while K2 in Singapore, the teacher-student ratio is about 1:25, which is smaller than that in Hong Kong. Teachers can take care of every child more comprehensively. In addition, she also pointed out that Singapore is a multicultural country. The teaching languages are mainly English and Chinese, and the teaching time ratio in Chinese and English is equal. Chinese is Chinese, and simplified Chinese are also mainly taught. The second international school is also mainly in French, German, and even all English.

Teacher situation and field inspection

According to YouTuber KongWife, government kindergarten teachers can become kindergarten teachers after at least eight months of on-the-job training. Private kindergarten teachers need at least to obtain a diploma or degree in early childhood education, plus first aid courses to prevent emergencies for children.

YouTuber KongWife suggested that there is no need to rush the on-site inspection of kindergartens. First, the location where immigrants live, then look for nearby kindergartens, and collect some less data. If affected by the epidemic, video inspection is also a good choice. She pointed out that the degree of enrollment in kindergarten is relatively easy. Basically, there are new students enrolled every month, so there is no need to worry too much.

Kindergarten fee

YouTuber KongWife pointed out that in the government MOE kindergarten, only 3 to 6 years old, PR or citizen students, Citizen charges $160 per month, while PR charges $320 per month, and there is also an additional charge, about Kcare charges up to $$ per month. 395, and the school will start in January.

At ChildrenCare Centre, students from 18 months to 6 years old are accepted, and some schools provide baby care services. In addition to accepting PR or citizen admissions, international students are also accepted. The monthly fee is about $1,400-$2,200.

In international schools, from 3 to 6 years old, only international students are accepted, and citizen students are not allowed to attend. The monthly fee is about $1,600-$3,000, and the school will start in August.

Singapore and Hong Kong admissions are different

YouTuber KongWife pointed out that if you apply for admission in Singapore, as long as the kindergarten still has a degree, you will accept registration, and then pay for it, you can successfully study. You can cut classes at any time without worry too much. Moreover, it is free for children under the age of seven to travel any means of transportation in Singapore, which is convenient for schoolchildren to go to school.

Summarize

KongWife said in the clip that there is no need to worry about trusting Singapore’s education system. The teacher and education system is also better than that of Hong Kong and very reliable. It is recommended that Hong Kong people who are interested in emigrating to Singapore remember to watch the video for more detailed information.

KongWife Information

The name of the ‘KongWife’ channel means that Hong Kong people’s wives are in Singapore, integrated into Singaporean culture and life, and share the drabs of Hong Kong families living in Singapore through the channel, so that more Hong Kong people who want to immigrate to Singapore can deepen their understanding of Singapore.

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Singapore | KongWife | Singapore Preschool

As a Southeast Asian country, Singapore is becoming an alternative to Hong Kong as it is very similar to Hong Kong in terms of economic and cultural conditions. Be sure to check out the YouTube channel KongWife, which shares information about daily life in Singapore, views on Singapore and immigration. This time, we will talk about the education system in Singapore.

Kindergarten Structure in Singapore

YouTuber KongWife points out that kindergartens in Singapore are divided into local schools and private schools. Local schools are government subsidized schools and they are only half-day and not full-day. Private schools are international schools or Childcare Center, which have full-day and half-day. If you have to work during the day and don’t have time to take care of your child, you can choose a private school that is full-day.

Singapore vs Hong Kong Grade Level Descriptions

The grade descriptions in Singapore are different from those in Hong Kong. For example, Class N in Singapore is equivalent to K1 in Hong Kong, and YouTuber KongWife recommends providing the year of birth of your child to the school before enrolling to see what grade he/she belongs to. In Singapore, school starts in January.

SingaporeHong Kong
NK1
K1K2
K2K3

7 Key Considerations for Choosing a Kindergarten in Singapore

  1. Local vs Private School
  2. Full Day vs Half Day
  3. School hours and transportation
  4. Teacher-student ratio
  5. Language of instruction
  6. Teacher qualifications
  7. Kindergarten field trip (video call available)

Conclusion

In terms of school hours, working parents may need to choose 7am-7pm (Childcare first, public holidays only). Full-time parents need to choose the time according to their child’s ability to adapt (half-day/full-day). For transportation, please note that some kindergartens do not provide school bus service.

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KongWife features two wives from Hong Kong who came to Singapore at different times and hit it off when they first met at the spa.

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International Immigration & Property Expo 2022

Immigration has become one of the most extensively discussed topics in Hong Kong. If you still have not realized it yet, the third International Immigration & Property Expo was held in Wan Chai on the 11 and 12th of June 2022. Here, we will be providing you with an overview of what happened during the exhibition.

The International Immigration & Property Expo aims to provide a more convenient one-stop immigration information platform for the public who are interested in understanding or preparing for immigration. It also provides a platform for exhibitors to interact with potential customers.

In the past, the expo has invited more than 150 well-known immigration-related companies to participate, including thos3 in the field of overseas property, overseas education, pet immigration, moving, asset management, tax planning, insurance, and banking services, etc., covering over 20 popular immigration countries.

This year, there are a total of 84 different companies at the expo, including Golden Cambodia Century, Benham and Reeves (HK) Limited, PCL International Real Estate Co Ltd, Ray White (Hong Kong) Limited, Colliers International Properties, John Hu Migration Consulting, and Centaline Property, covering areas in the UK, the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, and Eastern Asia. The wide array of companies present allows visitors to learn about immigration and overseas property in one go, find suitable partners and start a new life.

Besides the above, there have been 70 seminars held by professionals on topics like immigration, property, taxes, and overseas education. Some highlights include Mr. Joseph Lam, an Oxford graduate ex-lawyer, sharing his experiences with his children continuing their education overseas, and Mr. Edwin Lee Kan Hing sharing about investment immigration.

This year’s International Immigration & Property Expo was a huge success with more than 55,000 visitors participating. This event is definitely a top-of-the-range exhibition that allows interested Hong Kong people to learn more about immigration and property investments by interacting with representatives from different companies.


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Singapore | Laurel Yang | Laurel Builds Her Ideal Home in Singapore

As a global financial center, Singapore is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Its HDI value was 0.938 in 2019, demonstrating the rapid growth of the already advanced country. One might imagine life in Singapore to be extremely intense without any chance to rest or catch your breath, but YouTuber Laurel Yang says otherwise. After settling down in her new apartment in Singapore with her husband S, Laurel finally reveals her home! Keep an eye on her YouTube channel Laurel Yang, where she illustrates how relaxing life could be in Singapore!

Small Yet Comfortable

Youtuber Laurel is very satisfied by her home in Singapore, exclaiming that she loves how comfortable and well-built it is despite not being the biggest apartment in the world. Her home consists of a bedroom, a living room and a dining room, a kitchen, a studio and a guest room, a household shelter, and two bathrooms. She makes efficient use of the limited space and takes advantage of every aspect of the apartment, such as the wide view and good natural lighting. In this article, We will focus on her living room, dining room, and kitchen, where she really enjoys spending time in.

Style of the Apartment

The apartment has great natural lighting. Laurel loves the sunlight, so she decided to style the apartment in a way that matches the sunlight. Her windows are relatively large, and she grows a lot of plants to form a sense of nature, invigoration, and simplicity in her home.

Living Room and Dining Room

The entire living room can be seen once you enter Laurel’s apartment. Laurel plans to keep her furniture flexible and tractable, and the style of her apartment is rather simple. Her living room has a sofa, a television, a carpet, a foot massager, and some cabinets and shelves for storage. Laurel loves resting, reading, gaming, and hanging out in the living room, particularly on the sofa and the carpet. She put board games and her PlayStation in the cabinets, so they become closer and more convenient when she needs them. Furthermore, she placed a small table next to the sofa for food and drinks while enjoying a foot massage or watching the TV. The dining room is connected to the living room. The dining table is usually set up for two people only (Laurel and her husband), but it can actually be extended into a much bigger table and fit eight people. The table also uncommonly has six drawers for her to store things like utensils and elongation. 

Kitchen and Laundry Room

Laurel spends a lot of time in the kitchen because of her passion for cooking, and sometimes she would post vlogs of her making snacks. She installed cabinets on both sides of the kitchen to be able to store more things, along with many other items. Her kitchen has a glass door and a fridge at its entrance. The fridge is relatively big for two people, and she usually buys groceries every weekend. She loves sticking photos or memories onto the side of the fridge. The lighting in the kitchen is great, since there are big windows and two-tone LED lights (white and yellow). The kitchen has two electric stoves, which require extra care and switches to operate for safety precautions. Laurel puts necessities on the right side of the kitchen, such as washbasin, cooking sauce, medicine, masks, paper and garbage bags, pans and pots, dishwashing detergent, laundry detergent, and a tall stool for her to reach taller cabinets. On the other side, there is a place for her to prepare ingredients or make snacks, a water machine, knives, tissue, snacks, microwave, tea, air fryer, and other equipment and tools. She also has a BBQ machine as both she and her husband love BBQ – they usually have BBQ every weekend. There is a small balcony at the end of her kitchen, and it actually acts as her laundry room. While the washing machine is on the right side, Laurel has a plant shelf on the left side for decoration. She avoids using the dryer, taking advantage of the sunlight and air-drying her clothes instead. 

Information about Laurel Yang

Laurel is a Taiwanese girl who lives and works in Singapore. The content she posts on her YouTube channel Laurel Yang is prominently her personal life, such as hanging out with friends or her relationship with her husband S. She also posted videos about deeper topics like analyzing potential development of the educational industry or comparing the differences between Taiwan and Singapore.

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United Kingdom|BN撈 | Ying Tse shares her Property Viewing Experience

Lots of homebuyers would think that property viewing is easy, but many of them actually overlooked the important details, some don’t even realize the risk of finding random property agents! Property viewing is difficult and there are a few important things to note. Fortunately, our trusted Youtuber Ying Tse is here to share with us her experience. You can also visit her channel for more information!

Ying Tse’s Property Viewing Experience

Although Ying Tse is not a property agent, she frequently toured homes for her friends and relatives. When she moved to the UK, she had also visited more than twenty houses herself, and some of her online audience would even ask for her help. Over the past nine months in Birmingham, Ying Tse has toured more than a hundred homes, and with her abundant research, she shared with us a few important things to keep in mind!

Pre-tour Homework

Here are some research to do before a home tour:

  • Area: What is the demographic of the district? Are the street safes? For example, you should take a look at the crime rates and cases.
  • School network: Are the schools far away from? Which areas are the students from? 
  • Transportation: How far are the bus and train stations? For instance, if there is a train station, then there may be more noise. Would the bus pass by your home and office?
  • Necessities: Are there supermarkets and restaurants nearby? If the home is on the main street facing the car lanes, then the environment may be louder. 

Ying Tse also reminds us that some agents would keep secrets from you in order to sell the properties. For example, there are usually more people on board for trains in the morning, while at night, trains are transporting goods. Agents will neglect small details like this and, consequently, you may need to deal with train track noises at night!

Understand the Type of Houses

First of all, detached house, semi-detached house, terrace house, and flats are not the only types of houses in the UK. Some may not know the existence of Non-Standard Construction, which are mostly houses built after WWII, when housing demand was high and the construction regulations were lower. Therefore, although these houses could be cheaper, when you sell the house in the future, the price would be lower. Whereas if you are looking to use it as a mortgage, then banks may not accept this type of house.

Secondly, you should also do prior research on the possibility of furnishing the house. For example, terrace houses may be less strict because they have more space available. 

During the Home Tour

  1. Leaking: Houses in the UK are usually built with bricks, but the internal walls may be constructed with wood and plasterboard. You should pay attention to areas with possible leakings!
  2. Bathrooms: Are there cracks or leakings under the bathtub? If there are, you may need to repair it afterwards. Also, are there bathrooms on every floor? For example, if there isn’t one on the first floor, then you would need to check if the pipe location allows you to build one.
  3. Internal walls: some houses have made changes to the internal layout prior to your visit. You will need to ask agents or lawyers to double check if the previous owners had gotten approval from the councils.
  4. Garden: Sometimes, tree roots will interfere with the structure of the house or block the window view. You will need to talk to the councils and see if these trees could be hewed, or talk to your neighbors for approval. 
  5. Neighbors: How is the tidiness of your neighbors’ homes? For example, their plants in the garden may affect the structure of your home. 

Conclusion: 

Ying Tze emphasizes the difficulty of property viewing. If you are to tour homes, remember to look for local agents, otherwise others may not have enough experience. Moreover, it is best not to tour houses with other people if you are not experienced, because property viewing comes with great responsibility. It is best to see the homes for yourself and decide whether it fits your lifestyle!

BN撈 information

The name of the channel “BN撈” means that we Hong Kong people, as British National (Overseas) integrate into British culture and life, and hope to have better life. The word “撈” is a Guangdong word that Hong Kong people often talk about, and we want our next generation also speak Cantonese. So the channel is named “BN撈”.

BN撈 will share with you some clips on how to integrate into the local British culture, and continue to carry forward the spirit of Hong Kong people in different places, knowing how to drink, eat and play. Due to the limited power of one’s own efforts, netizens are also welcome to provide information that can help other Hong Kong people integrate into British culture.

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Malaysia | How to choose an auspicious day for moving in?

In Chinese customs, the new residence is also called “the joy of housewarming”, which is a major event in life. So, no matter if it is simple or grand, you should prepare some ceremonies and pray for good luck and health in the future. You should also pay attention to the feng shui of moving in, so that you can live in peace in the future without worrying about problems such as fortune being affected.

From feng shui’s point of view, the aura varies from month to month. Therefore, you should choose the auspicious days carefully when you move, do auspicious things at auspicious times, and bring luck to your family, so that the whole family can live and work in peace and contentment.

How to choose the auspicious day for your new home?

The ceremony of entering a new home will vary according to different religions, places of origin, folk customs, personal and real estate feng shui, etc., but the most important thing is to choose a good day and an auspicious day – even the time must be auspicious!

During the 12 months of the year, people generally avoid the third month of the lunar calendar (Qingming Festival) and the seventh month of the lunar calendar (the Ghost Festival).

At the same time, the sixth month of the lunar calendar happens to be in the middle of the year, when the aura is relatively turbulent, so some feng shui masters will suggest not to carry out labor-intensive things such as moving in this month.

How to choose an auspicious day for moving?

Generally speaking, we will take the folk encyclopedia – “Tongsheng” as the criterion. It is a reference for the daily life of traditional Chinese, which records auspicious days, solar terms and daily taboos.

In “Tongsheng”, there are words like “relocate” and “bed setting” under the word “yi”, which means that the day is suitable for moving in and setting up a bed. Being suitable for “moving in” means that the day is suitable for a new family to move in, so you can choose to officially move into your new home on these days.

Next, you must also compare the days suitable for “moving in”, “installing a bed” or “moving in” with the zodiac signs of your family members living in the new house to see if there is any conflict. If their zodiac signs are in conflict, they should be asked to avoid participating in the move in ceremony.

How to choose when to move auspiciously?

Choose the auspicious day, then choose the auspicious time. “Tongsheng” will use the color red to mark the “auspicious” times, while representing the unlucky times with the color black, so you should try to avoid them.

Of course, if you don’t know much about these, you can consult a professional numerology and Feng Shui master. Get advice from them, so that you can be safe to move in!


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Malaysia | VCEstate | BUY vs RENT in 2022?

Millennials nowadays are always contemplating is it actually better to buy a house or to rent a house? Renting a house means you dont have a tied up commitment for 35 years while buying means you have full ownership of the real estate.

So which is actually better and how are you supposed to justify the property you’re renting should be bought? So this is our take on should you rent or buy a house in Malaysia.

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Malaysia | Estate123 | 5 Ways To Sell “Unwanted” Properties in Malaysia

Not all properties are created equal, what more when it has already gone through more than one owner or unfortunate incident. Some properties in Malaysia are harder to sell when put up onto the market, as buyers may be wary of its condition, surroundings, or history. However, for experienced real estate agents, nothing is impossible. Here are 5 ways from experts on how to close a deal on these hard-to-sell “unwanted” properties in Malaysia:

#1 Be honest with the buyer

Honesty is the best policy when it comes to these kinds of properties. Buyers have the right to know about any significant incidence or violent crime that has happened in the property, and it also reflects on the real estate agent’s good character and integrity when they do not try to hide the truth in order to close a sale.

#2 Understand the buyer’s needs

It is vital that the real estate agent understands the buyer’s needs, and provides them useful recommendations or alternatives to meet their requirements, be it personal preferences or budget. A good way to is to start off by asking the buyer these 10 questions in order to be on the same page.

#3 Reduce asking price

Just like buying clothes from the clearance rack, if the property is cheaper than market price, somebody is more likely to buy it despite the flaws. For example, a person who doesn’t believe in ghosts is more likely to buy ‘haunted’ property at a discounted price than a person who fears the supernatural.

#4 Highlight positive aspects

Another way to close a deal on a “stubborn property”is to highlight its positive aspects instead of lingering on the negative features. For example, a smelly property may stink from the outside, but the inside is perfectly normal; or that a property next to a construction site will increase in value once the construction is complete (e.g. MRT station).

#5 Discuss with owner to fix the problem

Sometimes, all it takes is a little discussion to iron things out between the buyer and seller. Call in an exorcist or buy a heavy-duty air purifier if you must; taking a look at the situation from a different perspective might help solve your problem and land you a successful deal.

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Estate123 is Malaysia’s home-grown one-stop property portal for commercial and residential property listings. As the leading commercial property website in Malaysia for many years, Estate123 recently revamped its website to provide a fresh new property search and listing experience in the Malaysia PropTech scene. In line with the tagline “Search for Malaysia property as easy as 1-2-3”, the new Estate123 website has optimized property search for users to find their ideal residential and commercial property, while the clean and simple interface allows for a faster, smoother, and user-friendly property browsing experience. Homeowners, property agents and real estate negotiators can sign up as a member and post their property listings for free without limit in Estate123.

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