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MoU Signing Ceremony between Mediviron UOA Clinic and Du lịch & Làm đẹp

KUALA LUMPUR, 18th NOVEMBER, 2013 – Mediviron UOA Clinic has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mr George Adams of Du lịch & Làm đẹp, a partnership of Nip and Tuck Solutions Company of Australia to allow those seeking aesthetic treatments from Vietnam to have their procedure done in Mediviron UOA Clinic and enjoy a truly Malaysian holiday.

The exclusive partnership between Mediviron UOA Clinic and Du lịch & Làm đẹp was signed by Dr Chen Tai Ho, Aesthetic Physician and Owner of Mediviron UOA Clinic and Mr. George Adams, Marketing Representative of Du lịch & Làm đẹp. The event was witnessed by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Malaysia, His Excellency Professor Nguyen Hong Thao.

Mdm.Huong Thi Lien, Mr.George Adam, Dr.Chen Tai Ho, Professor Nguyen Hong Thao

Opening gambit performed by AB Citra dancers

Speech by Dr.Chen Tai Ho

Speech by Mr.George Adams

During signing ceremony


During press conference

“This collaboration marks another milestone for the clinic to constantly look out for innovative ways to make aesthetic treatments accessible in the safest and highest quality of standard. We are also looking forward and anticipate to the opening of a new premier clinic next year as part of our business expansion plan,” said Dr Chen Tai Ho, Aesthetic Physician and Owner of Mediviron UOA Clinic who is also one of the 40 accredited aesthetic doctors in Malaysia.

Dr.Chen Tai Ho and Mr.George Adams with Mediviron UOA Clinic staffs

Dr.Chen Tai Ho and Ms.Fion Leong with AB Citra dancers

The partnership is set to bring in its first batch of aesthetic tourist early next year just in time for Visit Malaysia Year 2014. As announced at the Malaysia tourism exchange and travel mart in Hanoi on June 18th 2013, while Malaysia has recorded more than 20% growth in health tourism over the past three years, Vietnam is one of Malaysia’s top 15 tourist generating markets. About 211,000 Vietnamese tourists visited Malaysia last year, a growth of 21 percent compared to 2011.