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Introduction to the Little Fort Project

The Little Fort Property is located in the Nicola Mining Division of British Columbia, approximately 20 km northwest of the town of Little Fort, and 400 KM northeast of the City of Vancouver .

The Little Fort property consists of 12 mineral claims with a total area of 8,654.49 hectares located approximately 25 kilometres northwest of the town of Little Fort in the Kamloops Mining District. The property is situated between well-known porphyry mines such as Highland Valley and Afton-Ajax to the south and Gibraltar and Mt. Polley to the north.

The Little Fort property was first explored in the 1930’s following the discovery of the Lakeview copper-gold skarn deposit located just south of Deer Lake. Since then several companies have carried out exploration programs on and around the property area targeting the copper-gold porphyries including Anaconda Mining, Imperial Oil Ltd., SD Mining Co., BP-Selco, Lornex Mining Corporation Ltd., Cambridge Minerals Ltd. and CJGC. Work carried out has included geological, geochemical and geophysical programs, trenching, soil sampling, percussion and diamond drilling, airborne and electromagnetic surveys that resulted in the identification of several coincident polymetallic soil and geophysical targets with multi-gram gold values with anomalous values of gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc.

From 1999 to 2001, exploration carried out by CJGC focused on two promising areas on the Little Fort property: the Worldstock porphyry target and the New Discovery skarn target. Exploration on the Worldstock target, located in the western portion of the Little Fort property, outlined a polymetallic (copper, gold, silver, molybdenum, zinc) soil anomaly over 700 metres long that is open to the north and south in a largely overburden (till) covered area. The soil geochemistry and presence of copper-gold mineralized, potassic altered monzodiorite suggested the potential for a high level porphyry style system. An expanded grid-soil program in 2000 increased the copper soil anomaly length to over 1.1 kilometres.

Jiulian has budgeted $300,000 for the Little Fort property to carry out comprehensive compilation of historic data, detailed geological mapping, geochemical sampling and ground geophysical surveys in order to define drill targets.

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