Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2, 2008: Jiulian Resources Inc. (TSX.V: JLR.P) is pleased to announce that Mr. Kramer Wang has been appointed to the office of Vice-President of the Company. With Mr. Wang’s appointment, the Company will increase its management strength in advance of its proposed merger/acquisition of Inner Mongolia Tuoye Mining Development Co. in China. Mr. Wang will assist the Company with the development and management of its overall business plans, and with respect to the future operation of its proposed nickel exploration project in Sunite Zuoqi County in Inner Mongolia, China.
With an MBA degree from the University of Victoria focusing in strategic management and international business, an MSc degree in economic geology from China University of Geosciences, and having provided business consulting services to many international companies, Mr. Wang has extensive knowledge and experience in negotiating and setting up joint ventures, and developing business, particularly for joint venture projects in China. Before joining Jiulian, Mr. Wang was the Deputy General Manager of Beijing Dadikaiyuan Geo-Engineering Co., Ltd., a licensed mineral resource exploration company and one of the largest companies in China engaging in geothermal business. Mr. Wang also worked for 2 years at the Kelatongke mine, which is the second largest Ni-Cu deposit in China.
With extensive exposure to international business projects and experience working in China as well as a solid geological background, Mr. Wang has developed very strong leadership, strategic thinking, coordination, and problem solving skills both in business and in geological exploration, which will be of great value to the Company.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JIULIAN RESOURCES INC.
CEO and Director
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About Jiulian Resources Inc.
Jiulian Resources Inc. is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the Capital Pool Program. Jiulian does not currently have an active business. Management is working towards completing a previously announced acquisition of a resource exploration property interest that would constitute a Qualifying Transaction pursuant to the CPC Policy of the Exchange.
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