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IMPORTANT NOTES

1. Manulife Global Fund (theFund) is an umbrella fund comprising a number of sub-funds investing primarily in equity and bond
securities, each of which has a different investment objective and risk profile.
2. Certain sub-funds with significant exposure to non-investment grade bonds, structured products, a single emerging market, a
single sector / geographic region, or smaller companies may involve credit / counterparty, concentration, currency, liquidity,
volatility, down-grading, regulatory and political risks.
3. Certain sub-funds utilizing futures, forwards, options and swaps and other financial derivative instruments or contracts may
involve credit/counterparty, correlation, liquidity and settlement risks.
4. Certain sub-funds may be subject to a performance fee that may be paid on unrealized gains which may subsequently never be
realized; Investors may still incur such a fee despite investment capital loss.
5 The sub-funds do not guarantee distribution of dividends, the frequency of distribution, and the amount of dividends. The
income-generating classes of certain sub-funds may at their discretion pay dividend out of capital. This amounts to a return or
withdrawal of part of an investor's original investment or from any capital gains attributable to that original investment, and
may result in an immediate reduction of the net asset value per share of the respective share classes.
6. Investors may suffer substantial loss of their investments in certain sub-funds that are subject to higher risks, extreme volatility,
less liquid market conditions, or default by counterparty.
7. Investment involves risk. Investors should not base on this material alone to make investment decisions and should read the
offering document for details, including the risk factors, charges and features of the sub-funds.
8. Fund prices may go down as well as up. Past performance information presented is not indicative of future performance.
9 This material has not been reviewed by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
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Investment Objective
The sub-fund aims to achieve capital growth by investing in a diversified portfolio of public
companies which are listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited and/or the Growth
Enterprise Market of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (GEM) and/or, although not
incorporated or listed on either stock exchange in Hong Kong, are incorporated or listed on a
stock exchange in any other jurisdiction and have substantial business interests in Hong Kong
and/or derive a substantial portion of their revenue from their business carried in Hong Kong. A
proportion of the sub-fund may also be invested in equity warrants and convertible bonds issued
by, or in respect of, such companies.

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Fund Information
Investment Manager

Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited

Launch Date (YYYY/MM/DD)

2007/11/19
Launch Price (per share)
()
HKD10.00
Currency of Denomination

HKD
Fund Size

HKD768.91 million
Initial Charge

Up to 5% of subscription amount
5%
Redemption Charge

Nil
Switching Charge

Up to 1% of total redemption amount


1%
Management Fee

1.75% per annum of the NAV of the sub-fund


1.75%
Performance Fee

Nil
Minimum Initial Investment

HKD20,000
Minimum Subsequent Investment

HKD1,000
Net Asset Value (NAV) Per Share

HKD9.2065
Past 12-Month Dividends

(HKD per share )


Dividend Amount

HKD0.06556483
Ex-Dividend Date
(YYYY/MM/DD)
2013/11/05
Fund Risk Level
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Medium to High
Manager's Comment
Hong Kong and China equities returned positively in June, as the government took concerted
actions to boost economic growth. The market was buoyed by more supportive policies to
ease liquidity, such as cutting target reserve requirement ratio by 0.5%, and relaxing loan-to-
deposit ratio calculations, for increasing banks appetite to lend and boost market liquidity.
The main performance contributor was from stock selection in telecommunication services,
consumer staples and financials. The overweight in information technology also added value.
However, the positive contribution was partly offset by stock selection in energy.
The portfolio manager (PM) expects China to benefit from better external demand from
developed markets in the coming months. The strong export figure largely confirms export
components rebound in the manufacturing PMI. Looking ahead, the PM is adopting a more
defensive stance on the market, due to the continual earnings downgrades and falling
property prices and transactions, as well as the corruption investigation impact on State-
Owned Enterprises.
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Calendar Year Performance


Fund / Benchmark 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009
Dragon Growth Fund^
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19.10% 21.28% -24.62% 8.32% 67.46%
MSCI Zhong Hua Index ~, ^^^^
MSCI ~, ^^^^
6.30% 24.47% -17.62% 10.31% 60.51%
Cumulative Performance
Fund / Benchmark

YTD

3
months

1 yr.

3 yrs.

5 yrs.

Since Fund
Launch

Dragon Growth Fund^


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-0.06% 1.90% 21.10% 10.75% 50.26% -5.36%
MSCI Zhong Hua Index ~, ^^^^
MSCI ~, ^^^^
1.17% 6.48% 16.43% 9.84% 44.46% 2.40%
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Year / Month /
Dragon Growth Fund^ ^
MSCI Zhong Hua Index ~, ^^^^ MSCI ~, ^^^^
Top 10 Holdings
Tencent Holdings Ltd. 8.02%
AIA Group Limited 5.23%
China Construction Bank Corporation 5.04%
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited 3.95%
Hutchison Whampoa Limited 3.72%
Bank of China Ltd. 3.13%
China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation 2.95%
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited 2.57%
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited 2.50%
Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. 2.43%
Geographical Breakdown
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Sector Breakdown
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China

57.77%

0.90%
Consumer Staples

Hong Kong

37.36%

0.95%
Liquidity

Macau

2.25%

2.22%
Telecommunication
Services

United States

1.68%

5.90%
Health Care

Liquidity

0.95%

7.38%
Utilities


7.56%
Energy


10.78%
Industrials


12.45%
Consumer Discretionary


13.46%
Information Technology


38.39%
Financials

Source: Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited/ Morningstar/ Bloomberg, NAV to NAV, in currency of denomination with dividends reinvested. Morningstar, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The
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The sub-fund name was last changed in August 2009. 2009 8
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The risk level is represented by the Manulife Risk Meter, as explained in the Monthly Performance Report.
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The Chinese name of benchmark carried the prefix of "" before December 2011. 2011 12
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The benchmark was changed from FTSE Hong Kong China Index to the current one in August 2009. 2009 8
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Due to rounding, the total may not be equal to 100%. A negative percentage, if any, represents a short position in the portfolio for hedging/cash flow management purposes. Please refer to offering
document of the Fund for details. 100%
This sub-fund invests in a single geographic region and companies listed on the Growth Enterprise Market, which may involve concentration, liquidity and volatility risks. Investors may potentially expose
to capital loss.
Manulife Global Fund
Share Class AA (HKD) AA()
Dragon Growth Fund^
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Description of the Manulife Risk Meter


The risk level is represented by the Manulife Risk Meter, a 5-level risk
continuum from 1 to 5, which signifies the risk profile of the fund. The
more sensitive a fund is to the change of market conditions, the more
volatile it is and therefore the higher its risk level is indicated by the
Manulife Risk Meter. Likewise, a fund less sensitive to market condition
changes has lower volatility and is therefore regarded as bearing lower
risk on the Manulife Risk Meter.
Each risk level reflects the corresponding risk profile as follows:

Risk Meter
Remarks:
The 5 risk levels in the Manulife Risk Meter are determined on the basis of a
number of factors relating to the underlying investments of funds, including the
types of asset classes and their respective target weightings, the breadth and
geography of diversification, the historical volatility and capitalisation of the
relevant markets, investment strategy and the presence of any guaranteed
investment returns.
Please note that the volatility and the risk level of a fund may change over time
and the future market volatility may not follow the historical volatility. The
composition of the underlying investments of each fund may be different from
that of the referenced market index. The Manulife Risk Meter and the risk level
of each fund will be at least reviewed semi-annually.
While a fund of a higher risk level may be more volatile, the lowest risk level
does not mean risk-free.

The 5-level risk categorization is provided by Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited.
Information in this description of the Manulife Risk Meter and the risk level of each fund are for reference only and should not be regarded as investment advice
on, an offer to sell, or a solicitation for an offer to purchase any financial products and services. Neither should such information be regarded as a substitute
for professional advice.
The risk levels of the fund provided in this publication may be different from the risk ratings provided by the bank(s) or intermediaries. Please refer to the relevant
risk ratings provided by the bank(s) or intermediaries through which you take out the fund(s).

Fund prices may go down as well as up. Past performance information presented are not indicative of future performance.

This material has not been reviewed by the SFC.

Issued by Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited.