Marking the tenth anniversary of the Belt and Road initiative and the fifth year of strategic collaboration between Daosen Law Firm and various law firms in Malaysia, founding partner Meng Zhikui and international lawyer Li Maomin hosted a meeting with Luo Ming, the head of Malaysia’s well-established K.J.Lo&Co Law Firm, in Nanning on November 10.
Meng Zhikui extended a warm welcome to Luo Ming’s visit for exploration and exchange. Leading Luo Ming on a tour of Daosen Law Firm’s office spaces, reception area, conference room, CPC common room and the cultural corridor, the two parties engaged in discussions. Meng Zhikui briefed Luo Ming on Daosen’s historical development, practice philosophy, business domains, and the basic landscape of the legal service market in Guangxi and Nanning. Luo Ming, in turn, introduced K.J.Lo&Co Law Firm, a 40-year-old institution specializing in corporate affairs and family wealth succession, aligning closely with Dawson’s areas of expertise.
During the talks, both sides reached an agreement on establishing a lasting communication mechanism and collectively expanding legal services for China-Malaysia bilateral investments and trade. They concurred that the friendship between China and Malaysia has a profound history. In the future, both law firms aim to leverage the Belt and Road initiative to further enhance communication and collaboration, deepen their friendship, enhance business cooperation, and set a precedent for China-Malaysia transnational legal services.
Following the meeting, Meng Zhikui invited Luo Ming to savor the cultural heritage cuisine of Guangxi. Luo Ming expressed heartfelt gratitude for the warm reception by Daosen Law Firm, stating that the visit broadened his perspective, deepened his understanding, and extended an invitation for Daosen Law Firm to visit Malaysia at a later date for mutual development planning.
Daosen’s partners He Jiongsheng, Zeng Sheng, and administrative officer Li Wei were also present at the meeting.