Kaiiten Communications, the Investor Relations & Corporate Communications arm of Real Kaiten Group, was engaged by the Hong Kong based Eastern Art Development Foundation to launch its “Maritime Silk Road Project” here in Singapore. The main objective of this Project is to re-create the Maritime Silk Road and Zheng He´s expeditions with the establishment of the First Chinese Porcelain and Ceramics Museum in Singapore, to revive the interest in Chinese culture.
Kaiiten Communications facilitated for its client engagements with relevant agencies and key organizations seeking to invest in the establishment of the $100 Million Museum in Singapore and organized the presentation event of the project, which took place on the 22nd of August 2014, witnessed by art collectors, maritime aficionados, heritage personalities, academic scholars and media. The event marked the project´s kick-off with a MOU signing between the Foundation and the International Zheng He Society. Supported by the Beijing Government, the project´s presentation event was also graced by the presence of Mr Ba Ai Min, Chairman of the Beijing Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage Protection Foundation. Mr Yan Hong Bin, Director of the Publicity Department of the Palace Museum, who was also supposed to attend the event, wrote a support letter that can be read here.
Over the next couple of years, the Foundation seeks to develop synergies with local partners and agencies as well as further Investor Relations efforts to realize its investment objectives in Singapore.