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Saturday, 6 May 2017

Leaked emails from Deputy PM Sok An's office

The following email was leaked to Khmerization from someone named Sokan Sok, which is the name of one of Deputy PM Sok An's sons, from exactly the same email address as Sokan Sok's Gmail email  (sokan.sok@gmail.com) seen below. 
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From: ceo <ceo@nagacorp.com>
Date: Fri, Dec 26, 2014 at 1:45 PM
Subject: greetings
To: sheila@sheilacopps.ca
Cc: JDV <venecia@pldtdsl.net>, Mushahid Hussain <mushahid.hussain@gmail.com>, sokan.sok@gmail.comeypantla@gmail.com



Excellency

Hope this note of mine will see Excellency  in good health and high spirits and would like to take this opportunity to send Seasons Greetings to you and your family!

I am entrusted by Excellency De Venecia to have been chosen at the last meeting in Mexico city as the Chairman of the ICAPP-COPPAL Business Council (ICBC) . Having been put in this position of reasonability and prestige by many supporters , I am a great believer  that ICBC should be active and very much alive to work truly towards the very purpose of its existence; for this purpose, someone with status and reputation working on full time basis should be engaged. We name him as the President/CEO ( ICBC, Asia) , whose services/employment  shall be paid by my office and shall be assisted & supported by a group of individuals, including analysts and economists the secretariat of which shall be in turn be guided by an international PR Agency like Hill & Knowlton ( incidentally the PR agency of our group)

The President/.CEO of the business council shall be responsible for cementing the relationship of the business communities of Asia and Latin America by cooperating and collaborating with each other to create win-win smart partnership for the better economic benefits of the respective regions. The business council shall periodically and as often as practicable , promote initiatives ( like organizing seminars with Forbes Asia Conference, Channel News Asia Conferences and other regional conferences ) , dialogues and meetings to bring the relevant parties to work  closer together with objectives to create awareness & opportunities, form  joint ventures and partnerships . The candidate is expected to travel extensively and  network  with governmental , political & business leaders, and individual parties to further the Business Council's vision, mission and long term relationships that shall meet the Business Council's objectives.

Instinctively , I remember that Excellency great dedication to the cause of ICAPP and proximity to Latin American countries shall be the ideal person of choice to fill in this position as President, ICBC Asia.  I shall be most grateful if I can move this subject matter a little bit forwards if Excellency express an interest to serve this very noble cause of crating a regional powerhouse which can further perpetuate the legacy of ICAPP. I suggest that the cabinet/office  of the Chairman of the Asian leg of ICBC shall be based in Phnom Penh , which shall work closely with office/cabinet of the Vice Chairman of ICAPP HE DPM Sok An  here in Phnom Penh; proximity of Phnom Penh to East Asia and South East Asia is definitely an advantage.

Thanks for your kindness / best regards

Thanks and regards
Lipkeong Chen ( Tan Sri Datuk Dr)
Chairman
ICBC Asia.              \
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From: Ly Tayseng <tayseng@hbs.com.kh>
Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 3:28 PM
Subject: Final Version of MOA
To: manith hun <manithhun@hotmail.com>, sopheak nika <sopheakmen@yahoo.com.au>, sokan.sok@gmail.comsengnhak@lypgroup.com



Dear All,

Please see attached final version of Memorandum for Chup (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.  Please also note I have reviewed Cambodian law on commercial enterprise and made an informal consultation with the officer in charge of commercial registry of Ministry of Commerce to ensure that we can register this MOA without any further change.  I found out that we need to change one provision regarding the appointment and removal of directors.


Although we understand that each shareholder has the right to appoint and remove his or her proposed director, we cannot explicitly write it in the Memorandum to be registered with the commercial registry. Because technically, when the company is formed, all shareholders and directors have to jointly act as a group. The directors must perform the work for the company as a whole and not for an individual shareholder. Under Cambodian law on commercial enterprise, the appointment and the removal of a director must be made by a resolution of a majority of shareholders (Articles 118 & 124). Therefore, I suggest we amend this provision in order to comply with the law.  I have already amended Article 10-1.1 of the MOA in order to comply with this requirement.   

Please let me have your thought on this. If you have no further modification on the draft MOA, I will print out the Execution Copy of this MOA for signing tomorrow.

Please contact me if you have any questions.  


 Yours faithfully,

Ly Tayseng
Executive Director
Attorney & Notary
HBS LAW FIRM & CONSULTANTS
HBS NOTARY PUBLIC OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
Mobile: [855 17] 555 268
Office Phone: [855 23] 224 337
Facsimile: [855 23] 224 136
Website: www.hbs.com.kh
Address: Soma Tower (2nd Fl), St.120, Sangkat Psar Thmey 1,
Khan Daun Penh, Phnom PenhCambodia

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Chief of President Cabinet
BAR ASSOCIATION OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
Phone: (855 23) 220 237
Facsimile: (855 23) 213 658
Email: info@bakc.org.kh     
Website: www.bakc.org.kh
Address: 10-11, St.180, Sangkat Boeung Raing,
Khan Daun Penh, Phnom PenhCambodia
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From: Men Sopheak <men.rubber@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 9:29 AM
Subject: Re: Rubber biz
To: Manith Gmail <manithhun@gmail.com>
Cc: Sokan Sok <sokan.sok@gmail.com>, Andy LYP Group <sengnhak@lypgroup.com>, MN <mninfo2012@gmail.com>

Dear Respected Brothers,

This is to confirm that we shall held a meeting on WEDNESDAY 02/08/2015 from 9:00am at the same place. There are two main points to be discussed.
1- old rubber trees to be cut off and sale 
2- tax issues
3- others 

Note: there will be no presentations or documentations to be presented.

Best regards,
MEN SOPHEAK MR.


On Aug 19, 2015, at 8:31 AM, Manith Gmail <manithhun@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear all,

Since Andy will be traveling to oversea on the 2nd evening, I believe that the meeting can be done in the morning....
I know that I have requested to be in the afternoon earlier, but due to the circumstance, we might be able to change the meeting time....

Best regards

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 19, 2015, at 7:22 AM, Men Sopheak <men.rubber@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Brother,

Would you like to have a meeting in the morning or afternoon on 2nd September 2015. Please kindly advise.

Best regards,
MEN SOPHEAK MR.


On Aug 19, 2015, at 7:13 AM, Nith <manithhun@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear bang,
I am ok for the 2nd, but it might be close for Andy as he might be traveling in the evening. If Andy is alright then it is ok, but if in the morning, it might also be better bang.

Best Regards,



On 18 Aug 2015, at 11:31, Men Sopheak <men.rubber@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Respected brothers,

Thanks for your reply.
Mr MAK would like to propose on WEDNESDAY 2nd September 2015 from 2:00pm at the same place. 

Please kindly check your schedule and confirm.

Best regards,
MEN SOPHEAK MR.


On Aug 18, 2015, at 11:15 AM, Nith <manithhun@gmail.com> wrote:
1st afternoon is fine with me.

Best Regards,



On 18 Aug 2015, at 10:59, Sokan Sok <sokan.sok@gmail.com> wrote:
I am flexible. 1 September is a Tuesday. Would b Nith be ok with Tuesday afternoon? 

Regards
Kan

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 18, 2015, at 10:44 AM, Andy LYP Group <sengnhak@lypgroup.com> wrote:
Dear Bong,
I am fine as suggested by Bong Nith.
Please make it on the 1 or 2 of September. Because I am planning to go USA on 2 September night (not fix yet).
Best Regards
Mr Seng Nhak (Andy)
Director
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LYP GROUP CO., LTD
PHNOM PENH SUGAR CO., LTD
205 Mao Tse Tong Blvd,
Phnom Penh
Cambodia
Tel: 855 23 220924
Fax: 855 23 220925
Website: www.lypgroup.com
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From: Nith [mailto:manithhun@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 18 August 2015 8:54 AM
To: Men Sopheak
Cc: sengnhak@lypgroup.comsokan.sok@gmail.com; MN
Subject: Re: Rubber biz

Dear bang,
I am ok on any date on the 1st week of the month. Preferably in the afternoon.

Best Regards,



On 17 Aug 2015, at 15:03, Men Sopheak <men.rubber@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Brother Andy and All,

How are you doing? I hope you are doing great. I tried to reach you via your mobile phone but failed.

The management would like to propose for a board meeting at soonest possible on the following two main points:

1)- old rubber trees due to felling
2)- tax issue with Tax Department

The above two issues are important for approval at the earliest possible. Please advise the available date for a meeting.
Best regards,
MEN SOPHEAK MR.
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From: Ly tayseng <taysengly.law@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 9:31 PM
Subject: Justice vs corruption
To: manith HUN <manithhun@gmail.com>, Sokan Sok <sokan.sok@gmail.com>


Dear Both,

I believe that you have read the Phnom Penh Post's recent article titled "Judiciary, Out of Order" following the report published by International Bar Association. Please see attached report if you have some free time.

This report simply paints another dark picture on Cambodian courts and the lawyers profession, after the report of World Justice Report which ranked Cambodia 99th out of 102 countries for weakness of the Rule of Law.

I think that this report contains some practical reality facing the courts and the bar association but some would not be proven with substantial basis. It simply reflects views of a handful lawyers and judges who are not satisfied with the current situations.  In this regards, the Bar Association, Ministry of Justice, the Supreme Court and the Supreme Council of Ministry should promptly and strongly  respond.

To some extents, foreign investors, foreign trade associations and foreign Embassies read these report and they would determine their confidence in investing in Cambodia. As consequence, CDC and MOC will have hard job to attract good FDIs to come.

Best Regards,


-- 
Ly Tayseng (Mr.)

Managing Director
HBS LAW
Tel: (855 23) 224-337
Fax: (855 23) 224-136
Email:tayseng@hbslaw.asia
www.hbslaw.asia
Soma Tower, Street 120 (in the corner of Preah Monivong, Blvd),Sangkat Psar Thmey II, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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From: sopheak men <men.rubber@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 2:08 PM
Subject: BOQ for CSR 10 processing line and its building
To: HUN Manith <manithhun@gmail.com>, "Sengnhak@lypgroup.com" <Sengnhak@lypgroup.com>, sokan.sok@gmail.com


Dear Sir,
Please refer to the attached files of BOQ for:
1)- Rubber processing machinery for CSR 10 quality at TUMRING plantation quoted from Li-Hoe Engineering in Malaysia.
2)- Pre Cleaning machinery to be set up at CHUP factory for CSR 10 quality production.
3)- BOQ of civil works of warehouse for CSR 10 machinery at TUMRING
please kindly review the BOQ and comments as soon as possible.
Best Regards
Men Sopheak
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From: ceo <ceo@nagacorp.com>
Date: Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 5:28 PM
Subject: FW: Message from JDV
To: kongchanveasnaocm@gmail.com, Sokan sok kan <sokan.sok@gmail.com>


Vesna
Pl inform DPM

Thanks and regards
Lipkeong Chen ( Tan Sri Datuk Dr)
President/CEO
NagaCorp Ltd  ( HKEx 3918)
www.nagacorp.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: Aldwin Requejo [mailto:aldsrequejo@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2016 4:55 PM
To: ceo
Cc: venecia@pldtdsl.net
Subject: Message from JDV

Dear Tan Sri,

As Aldwin informed you, Gina and I and our newly-elected Christopher will leave for San Francisco on June 13 and return on July 7, for engagements in the U.S.

I therefore would like to propose to DPM and you that Mushahid and I visit Phnom Penh on June 9-10 or July 15-17. If DPM and you are available on those dates, I will phone Mushahid tonight to seek his availability.

I just do not want DPM to think that we have forgotten his idea and kind invitation.

Best regards, dear friend.


JDV
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From: ceo <ceo@nagacorp.com>
Date: Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 9:31 AM
Subject: RE: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit
To: kennylim <kennylim@one-traveltours.com>, Sok Sangvar <sangvar.sok@gmail.com>, sokan.sok@gmail.com



Kenny
Inform Sanvar or Sokan Kan to participate

Thanks and regards
Lipkeong Chen ( Tan Sri Datuk Dr)
President/CEO
NagaCorp Ltd  ( HKEx 3918)
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From: kennylim [mailto:kennylim@one-traveltours.com]
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2014 5:46 AM
To: Alan Lee; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'; 'NW - Ye Pern'; 'Tim McGill'; KENNY LIM
Subject: RE: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Alan,
Many thanks for your preliminary proposal. 
May I propose that during your skype session with all parties tomorrow, you may also explore using New Caledonia as rest stop both ways for crew and passengers as NC falls under governance of France and will ease visa requirements for passengers as they are in the process of applying for France visa.
Nadi falls under Fiji hence additional Fiji visa required for application with no Fiji Embassy or High Comm in Cambodia hence application needs to be do done online followed with additional processing period.
You can juggle stops alongway to see what best fits in for upcoming trip.
Many thanks...


Sent from Samsung Mobile

-------- Original message --------
From: Alan Lee
Date:04/12/2014 18:46 (GMT+07:00)
To: 'kennylim' ,'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer ,Mona Ho ,'B5 - Joe Stecker' ,'NW - Rob Cho' ,'NW - Philip Lee' ,'NW - Ye Pern' ,'Tim McGill'
Subject: RE: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Kenny,

Further to the route planning of Bora Bora trip. Tomorrow we will have a joint Skype meeting with flight ops, pilots, Philip and myself in order to finalize the route plan. What we can trying to achieve is to find the most efficient way to carry out this flight mission with the consideration of flight safety as well as passenger comfort. Several options are being examined carefully and we are confident to come up a solid conclusion for you to propose to the VVIP.  

Thank you for your attention.


Best regards,

Alan Lee
Senior Client Support Executive

TAG Aviation Asia
7th Floor, Harcourt House,
39 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong

  


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From: Alan Lee
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2014 6:14 PM
To: 'kennylim'; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'; 'NW - Ye Pern'; 'Tim McGill'
Subject: RE: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Kenny,

With the consideration of the latest payload we have planned an extra fuel stop between Biak and Nadi. The propose route for outbound and inbound are as follow.

OUTBOUND
20DEC Depart Phnom Penh 1130L
--- Flight time 5:18 ---
20DEC Arrive Biak 1848L (for refuel)
20DEC Depart Biak 1933L
--- Flight time 3:48 ---
21DEC Arrive Honiara 0121L (for refuel)
21DEC Depart Honiara 0206L
--- Flight time 2:36 ---
21DEC Arrive Nadi 0642L (for crew rest)

--- Crew rest for 18 hours ---

22DEC Depart Nadi 0230L
--- Flight time 4:12 ---
21DEC Arrive Tahiti 0742L (for CIQ)
21DEC Depart Tahiti 0842L
--- Flight time 0:48 ---
21DEC Arrive Bora Bora 0930L

Remarks:
1.     Flight duty has been extended to operate the legs from Phnom Penh to Nadi. Crews must have 34 hours free from all duties prior to commencing this flight duty at Phnom Penh.
2.     The departure time at Phnom Penh is fixed and cannot be delayed to avoid night duty, which would further reduce the flight duty period.
3.     Visa is not required for Cambodia passport holder to transit (fuel stop) at BiakHoniara to be confirmed.

INBOUND
25DEC Depart Bora Bora 1500L
--- Flight time 0:48 ---
25DEC Arrive Tahiti 1542L (for CIQ)
25DEC Depart Tahiti 1642L
--- Flight time 5:00 ---
26DEC Arrive Nadi 2042L (for crew rest)

--- Crew rest for 12.5 hours ---

27DEC Depart Nadi 1100L
--- Flight time 3:06 ---
27DEC Arrive Honiara 1206L (for refuel)
27DEC Depart Honiara 1251L
--- Flight time 3:54 ---
27DEC Arrive Biak 1445L
27DEC Depart Biak 1530L
--- Flight time 4:48 ---
27DEC Arrive Phnom Penh 1818L

Bora Bora (BOB) UTC-10
Tahiti (PPT) UTC-10
Nadi (NAN) UTC+13
Honiara (HIR) UTC+11
Biak (BIK) UTC+9
Phnom Penh (PNH) UTC+7

/////RE: AIRPORT OPEN HOURS IN HONIARA/////
Our Operations Team is still liaising with the ATC in Honiara Airport to extend the operating hours for accommodating our schedule. We should have more information by tomorrow morning (Honiara is 3 hours ahead us). We are standing by for this last piece of information before finalizing this route plan. Thank you for your understanding.


Best regards,

Alan Lee
Senior Client Support Executive

TAG Aviation Asia
7th Floor, Harcourt House,
39 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong



  

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From: Kennylim [mailto:kennylim@one-traveltours.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 7:56 PM
To: Alan Lee; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'; 'NW - Ye Pern'
Subject: RE: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Alan,
I have received passport copies this afternoon.
Total 9 passengers out of which 3 are children aged 2, 5 and 8 respectively.
Since group size is now confirmed, would suggest you get your dispatcher to re-work on actual feasible option tonight as to firm up route plan by tomorrow.
It is no point providing options above 6hrs which would not work for aircraft and hoping group size minimal to accommodate  conditions where it should work the other way round.
Please see route plan provided by JA earlier below for your dispatcher reference with the ones shaded green being route plan with flight duration and yellow shaded ones being route plan applied and time slots updated.
I look forward to your reply tomorrow to finalize.
Many thanks…


Phnom Penh - Darwin* :05h15m
Darwin* - New Caledonia^ : 04h30m
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Overnight crew rest
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New Caledonia – Nuku’alofa*: 02h40m
Nuku’alofa – Tahiti#: 03h15m
Tahiti# - Bora Bora: 00h40m
Bora Bora - Tahiti# : 00h40m
Tahiti# - Fiji* :04h55m
Fiji* - New Caledonia^: 02h15m
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Overnight crew rest
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New Caledonia^ - Timika*: 05h15m
Timika* - Phnom Penh: 05h10m

** schedule need to fit to the airport operating hours.
**  above schedule based on crew report duty between 0800-2159L


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20Dec depart Phnom Penh at 1940L
21Dec arrive Darwin* at 0225L
21Dec depart Darwin* at 0325L
21Dec arrive New Caledonia# at 0925L
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Min rest for 13 hours
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21Dec depart New Caledonia# at 2225L
22Dec arrive Nuku’alofa* at 0305L
22Dec depart Nuku’alofa* at 0405L
21Dec arrive Tahiti^ at 0820L
21Dec depart Tahiti^ at 0920L
21Dec arrive Bora Bora at 1000L

* fuel stop
# crew rest stop
^ custom stop

Time difference:
Phnom Penh (UTC +7)
Darwin (UTC + 9.5)
New Caledonia (UTC +11)
Nuku’alofa (UTC +13)



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From: Alan Lee [mailto:alee@tagaviation.asia]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 5:39 PM
To: 'Kennylim'; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'
Subject: Initial Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Kenny,

Please note the propose outbound routes as follow:

Option 1
20DEC Depart Phnom Penh 1300L
--- Flight time 5:18 ---
20DEC Arrive Biak 2018L (for refuel)
20DEC Depart Biak 2103L
--- Flight time 6:18 ---

21DEC Arrive Nadi 0721L (for crew rest)

--- Crew rest for 17 hours ---

22DEC Depart Nadi 0230L
--- Flight time 4:06 ---
21DEC Arrive Tahiti 0736L (for CIQ)
21DEC Depart Tahiti 0836L
--- Flight time 0:48 ---
21DEC Arrive Bora Bora 0924L

Option 2
20DEC Depart Phnom Penh 1300L
--- Flight time 5:12 ---
20DEC Arrive Darwin 2042L (for refuel)
20DEC Depart Darwin 2127L
--- Flight time 6:24 ---

21DEC Arrive Nadi 0721L (for crew rest)

--- Crew rest for 17 hours ---

22DEC Depart Nadi 0230L
--- Flight time 4:06 ---
21DEC Arrive Tahiti 0736L (for CIQ)
21DEC Depart Tahiti 0836L
--- Flight time 0:48 ---
21DEC Arrive Bora Bora 0924L

And please note the propose inbound route as follows:

25DEC Depart Bora Bora 1500L
--- Flight time 0:48 ---
25DEC Arrive Tahiti 1542L (for CIQ)
25DEC Depart Tahiti 1642L
--- Flight time 5:06 ---
26DEC Arrive Nadi 2048L (for crew rest)

--- Crew rest for 13 hours ---

27DEC Depart Nadi 1100L
--- Flight time 6:48 ---

27DEC Arrive Biak 1348L (for refuel)
27DEC Depart Biak 1433L
--- Flight time 4:54 ---
27DEC Arrive Phnom Penh 1721L

Bora Bora UTC-10
Tahiti UTC-10
Nadi UTC+13
Darwin UTC+9.5
Biak UTC+9
Phnom Penh UTC+7

Due to the extend range for VPCEK, the leg which longer than 6 hours is quite marginal that payload need to be restricted or even need additional fuel stop en route. The time result of the flight plan computing vary from time to time because of the actual winds are changing daily. Our dispatcher is working with Captain McGill closely to finalize the route and fuel stop requirements.

Thank you for your attention.


Best regards,

Alan Lee
Senior Client Support Executive

TAG Aviation Asia
7th Floor, Harcourt House,
39 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong



  

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From: Alan Lee
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 1:31 PM
To: 'Kennylim'; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'
Subject: RE: Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Kenny,

The following is the route for return trip:

25DEC Depart Bora Bora 1500L
25DEC Arrive Tahiti 1542L (for CIQ)
25DEC Depart Tahiti 1642L
26DEC Arrive Nadi 2048L (for crew rest)
---Crew rest for 13 hours---
27DEC Depart Nadi 1100L
27DEC Arrive Biak 1348L (for refuel)
27DEC Depart Biak 1433L
27DEC Arrive Phnom Penh 1721L

Bora Bora UTC-10
Tahiti UTC-10
Nadi UTC+13
Biak UTC+9
Phnom Penh UTC+7

Since the flight time of the route via Darwin Australia is longer than Biak for more than 1 hour which exceed our crew FDP, we won’t suggest fuel stop at Darwin as an option for return trip.

Thank you for your attention.


Best regards,

Alan Lee
Senior Client Support Executive

TAG Aviation Asia
7th Floor, Harcourt House,
39 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong



  

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From: Kennylim [mailto:kennylim@one-traveltours.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 1:15 PM
To: Alan Lee; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'
Subject: RE: Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Alan,
I am still waiting for revised route plan for BB.
Can you revert urgently as will need to present to VVIPs for selection and finalization.
Many thanks…



From: Alan Lee [mailto:alee@tagaviation.asia]
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2014 6:03 PM
To: 'Kennylim'; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'
Subject: RE: Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Kenny,

Understood, will revert tomorrow for the return legs. Thank you.


Best regards,

Alan Lee
Senior Client Support Executive

TAG Aviation Asia
7th Floor, Harcourt House,
39 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong



  

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From: Kennylim [mailto:kennylim@one-traveltours.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2014 6:52 PM
To: Alan Lee; 'kenny lim'
Cc: Philip Balmer; Mona Ho; 'B5 - Joe Stecker'; 'NW - Rob Cho'; 'NW - Philip Lee'
Subject: RE: Route Planning for VPCEK Bora Bora Visit

Hi Alan,

Noted with thanks.

I have also received updates where return dates would be on 25 December 2014.

You may therefore work on return route options as well and appreciate reply in below format as to ease understanding with foot notes to support other information.


20Dec depart Phnom Penh at 1940L
21Dec arrive Darwin* at 0225L
21Dec depart Darwin* at 0325L
21Dec arrive New Caledonia# at 0925L
-------------------------------------------------------
Min rest for 13 hours
-------------------------------------------------------
21Dec depart New Caledonia# at 2225L
22Dec arrive Nuku’alofa* at 0305L
22Dec depart Nuku’alofa* at 0405L
21Dec arrive Tahiti^ at 0820L
21Dec depart Tahiti^ at 0920L
21Dec arrive Bora Bora at 1000L

* fuel stop
# crew rest stop
^ custom stop

Time difference:
Phnom Penh (UTC +7)
Darwin (UTC + 9.5)
New Caledonia (UTC +11)
Nuku’alofa (UTC +13)


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From: Honourable Sheila Copps <sheila@sheilacopps.ca>
Date: Sun, Jul 5, 2015 at 9:46 PM
Subject: Fwd: ICBC Investment Projects 2015
To: Tan Sri Chen Lip Keong <ceo@nagacorp.com>, Erwin Aksa <pinisi95@gmail.com>, "<sokan.sok@gmail.com>" <sokan.sok@gmail.com>


Excellencies;


Martin Rodriquez Sanchez, with the support of colleagues in CBC (Latin America) has put together a proposal for investment visits with prospective dates and schedules in Mexico and Latin America. (see below)  He does not have the firm dates yet but is hoping for August, and targeting priority sectors of Infrastructure, Energy, and Tourism. 

I will forward more information as it becomes available. You may want to reflect on invitations that we should be forwarded to potential investors. Also if you have preferences for timing, please let me know so that Martin can take that into account in his planning.


Hon. Sheila Copps OC
sheila@sheilacopps.ca

Begin forwarded message:

From: Martín Rodríguez Sánchez <martinr@jbglobalgroup.com.mx>
Subject: Re: ICBC Investment Projects 2015
Date: July 4, 2015 at 22:51:33 EDT

Dear Sheila:
I appreciate your opinion, it is my responsibility and commitment with the ICBC to stablish objectives and give seriousness for the achievement of our political-business goals, part of this is the making of precise methodologies that will guarantee an effective and efficient acting of our organization.
Regarding the business mission in Mexico and Latin America, I can tell you that I have worked with our partners of COPPPAL in each country. As up to the present day, we have the complete interest of the political and business actors of the region, our progress is substantial and settles the environment for the joining of business between Asia and Latin America since we have revised with each country their commercial interests and business requirements, thus getting to this day the necessary basis to act efficiently as the working bridge between the actors of both regions, giving the necessary elements for the signing of specific agreements.
At a glance, we will be informing the ICBC (Asia) the dates and precise schedules to concrete business mission in Mexico and Latin America. We are jointly working with our ICBC (COPPPAL) associates to stablish the best terms and conditions for the achievements of the goals and, of course, among them are the countries you mention me so the business mission will be a productive one and for the business closure as much for the Asian investors as for the Latin America ones; the information regarding this event will be shared with you and the ICBC (Asia) with the needed time for you to coordinate the time and logistic that can allow your assistance.
We agreed in focusing our efforts to guarantee the presence of the business men in our priority sectors: Infrastructure, Energy and Tourism, so, with the work of you to link the interested investors in such sector, the business meeting will be made with the results we are expecting.
The date we are jointly agreeing with our partners in Latin America is shaping up for being in August. We are missing the exact date, since we need to coordinate an agenda that can allow us the presence of the main actors, I reiterate you our commitment to confirm the exact date as soon as possible so you can properly prepare the investors.
Yours kindly,
>  Dear Martin:
>
> The document that has been prepared by Join Business Capital provides an
> excellent overview in the key areas identified as target investments for
> ICBC: energy, tourism and infrastructure.  Your partnership with Join
> Business Global Group is an excellent vehicle to attract potential
> investors in the key identified areas of Energy/Tourism/Infrastructure.
>
> I believe the material is sufficiently complete to generate enough
> interest for an investment mission to Mexico by relevant interested
> partners in ICBC (Asia).  You have provided a complete roadmap for the
> investment picture and opportunities in Mexico.  Ideally, to complement
> that work, and to maximize business opportunities, a review of similar
> investment requirements in Venezuela/Columbia/Nicaragua would provide an
> ideal template for a trade mission.  If they can be tied to political
> meetings that are already scheduled, that would be ideal as it would
> permit business and political leaders to intersect.
>
> Do your COPPPAL connections in other countries in Latin America have
> similar access to investment information?  From the excellent detail
> provided by you and Join, we should be able to generate a multi country
> trip that will result in specific business agreements.  I believe you have
> already indicated an interest in establishing PEMEX downstream asset
> opportunities.
>
> Can you circulate a potential schedule for energy/infrastructure/tourism
> meetings in Mexico City and a potential schedule for a similar template in
> relevant partner countries.  As you know the political/economic climate in
> Latin America best, we are counting on you to recommend investor
> destination countries.  Nicaragua is obviously of interest to some, as it
> is at the nexus of new transportation routes to the Asia Pacific.
> Columbia and Venezuela have obvious potential in energy sector (including
> mining), which has been an area of keen interest to Philippine investors
> in particular.
>
> The document you have prepared is well worth circulating to member
> investors and we obviously need to secure appropriate NDAs before anything
> is circulated.  To that end, we need a short “teaser” document informing
> ICBC partners of the potential areas for exploration in a visit with dates
> coinciding with a COPPPAL activity.
>
> Next steps should involve establishing a time frame/dates for a Latin
> American tour involving selected ICBC potential investors.  As soon as you
> have developed a meeting date/time framework/ I can shop the
> meeting/investment opportunities to our Asian partners.  I can also secure
> appropriate NDA agreements in advance of confidential disclosures.  BTW I
> have not received the NDA referenced in your previous email.
>
> Based on the destination countries, we could potentially seek
> participation from investors in tourism/infrastructure/energy. The dates
> of travel could coincide with a COPPPAL meeting event.  We had originally
> spoken of a potential Mexico meeting in late July.  Is that still a
> possibility?  If so, we need to generate specific dates of potential
> meetings quickly to circulate with Asian business leaders of ICBC.
>
> Obviously, the Mexican component of the work has already been done.  If
> there is an early couple of date options that we could consider, that
> would be most helpful.  A pdf copy of your Join presentation and the NDA
> would also be needed for circulation.
>
> The sooner we have some potential investment visit dates, the sooner we
> can work on enlisting investors.
>
> Thanks for the detailed analysis which you have brought to the table.
> There is much opportunity and if we can seal some investment
> opportunities, it will certainly reinforce the vision of COPPPAL and ICAPP
> leaders when they initiated the ICBC in Mexico City last November.
>
>
> Hon. Sheila Copps OC
>
>
> On Jun 25, 2015, at 21:24, Martín Rodríguez Sánchez
>
>> Dear Sheila:
>> 
>> To follow up our contact that we had at the ICBC and according to our
>> response to the Manila´s presentation, we would like to discuss with you
>> in coming days the specific framework that we are proposing to move
>> forward, in relation with the presentation in Russia.
>> 
>> I have already gave my point of view as Vice-president of ICBC, the
>> document shows the activities that we are triggering jointly with Join
>> Business Global Group, company that is making strong efforts to provide
>> relevant investment opportunities, with their professional business
>> model, which includes: projects analysis, drafting specific investment
>> documents, like Teasers and Pitch books of potential projects, this
>> model has the support of different COPPPAL´s actors, and includes a
>> detailed analysis of  companies, political actors, ambassadors,
>> ministers and secretaries that are interested in developing business
>> opportunities, thanks to the ICBC collaboration.
>> 
>> Therefore, I would like to ask you some important questions:
>> ·         Could you give us your advisory to accelerate businesses
>> closures?
>> ·         Which follow up framework would you recommend after these
>> events? (Philippines and Russia).
>> ·         Do you have in mind another event in which we can participate?
>> ·         Do you have any comment in relation with the NDA´s we have
>> already sent?
>> We appreciate your consideration to the present and welcome your
>> questions and suggestions.
>> 
>> Best regards,
>> 
>> 
>>
>
>
Atentamente
Martín Rodríguez
CEO JB GLOBAL GROUP
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From: ceo <ceo@nagacorp.com>
Date: Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 1:53 PM
Subject: RE: Message from Hon. Jose de Venecia
To: JDV <venecia@pldtdsl.net>, "Cambodia - Hon. Sok An" <an_sok@camnet.com.kh>
Cc: sokan.sok@gmail.com, Mushahid Hussain <mushahid.hussain@gmail.com>



Excellency,

I am planning to come on 16 Sept and plan to stay at Shangri ln Makati. Your brother, Roberto , is assisting me to book the hotel . My main purpose is to pay you a courtesy call and pay respect to you and , personally ,to convey HE DPM Sok An’s very best wishes for your good health ( in HE DPM’s  words to  embrace you from afar). I can feel the sincerity and warmest feeling of HE DPM Sok An towards you when he uttered those words and gesture of respect for you as a legendary & visionary  founding father of ICAPP.

My agenda are as follows:

  1. ICAPP in reconciliation of Northern Turkish Cyprus and Southern Greece Cyprus, with participating/mediation role initiated by HE Andrey Klimov of Russia United Party , tailing a visit by ICBC Asia Chairman with CHEC and CITS/CDFG to Cyprus with HE Klimov speaking to President Nicos Anastasiades  on  the possibility of ICAPP playing a more active role in Cyprus)
  2. Cambodian acceptance of APA /ICAPP standing committee December meeting in Phnom Penh
  3. Pakistan- Friendship institute /ICBC economic conference in Islamabad in November
  4. Propose ICBC- Far East Economic Conference 2016 in Vladivostok
  5. ICBC delegation with Hon Sheila Copps to S America in late October and early Dec
  6. IESCo Jiang Min Jun

Thanks and regards
Lipkeong Chen ( Tan Sri Datuk Dr)
President/CEO
NagaCorp Ltd  ( HKEx 3918)
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From: JDV [mailto:venecia@pldtdsl.net]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 12:38 PM
To: 'Tan Sri Chen Lip Keong'
Subject: Message from Hon. Jose de Venecia

Dear Tan Sri,

        Thank you for your phone call yesterday and for your plan to visit us in Manila next week.

        Could you indicate the date and time of your arrival, which hotel you will stay and for how long, and who are coming with you? May we also know the areas of interest/topics that you would like to discuss so we could prepare?

        Again, thank you, dear friend, and we earnestly look forward to your visit. With all best wishes to you and your family.



                                                        JOSE DE VENECIA
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From: ceo <ceo@nagacorp.com>
Date: Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 11:28 AM
Subject: visit by PHillip delegate
To: sokan.sok@gmail.com, "Cambodia (CPP) - Hon. Sok An" <an_sok@camnet.com.kh>


Kan
I do not want to create conflict with Keith Ming. Shall we talk ?

Thanks and regards
Lipkeong Chen ( Tan Sri Datuk Dr)
President/CEO
NagaCorp Ltd  ( HKEx 3918)
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From: JDV [mailto:venecia@pldtdsl.net]
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 11:06 AM
To: 'Tan Sri Chen Lip Keong'
Subject: Message from Hon. Jose de Venecia

Dear Tan Sri, dear friend,

          A 60-member delegation from the Philippine Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCCI), led by its President and close family friend, Mr. Wong Cheung Sha, are visiting Phnom Penh on August 19-21, 2015 and I have arranged for them to be received by H.E. Prime Minister Hun Sen, H.E. Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, and Hon. Kith Meng, President of Cambodia’s Chamber of Commerce.

          I have also suggested to the PCCCI delegation to stay at Nagaworld Hotel and I hope you could kindly give them an appropriate discount. They will book one (1) suite, ten (10) single rooms, and thirty (30) double rooms/rooms with two beds.

          I will also be most thankful if they could have a courtesy call on you, being the Chairman for Asia of the ICAPP-COPPPAL Business Council (ICBC) and one of the most successful business leaders in Asia. Perhaps, dear Tan Sri, you could advise them on Philippine-Cambodian-Chinese economic relations and on possible appreciable investments in Cambodia.

          Thank you, dear friend, and I look forward to your positive response. With my highest regards and best wishes.



                                                                   JOSE DE VENECIA

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