VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/10/13 -- China Minerals Mining Corporation ("China Minerals" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: CMV)(PINKSHEETS: HWTHF) is pleased to announce that Michael Guo, Ph.D. will oversee the Company's geological work for its Canadian operations. Mr. Guo's 25-year professional background includes senior exploration/development positions with two of China's largest gold mining companies as well as Canadian positions at Cameco's Rabbit Lake Uranium operations in Saskatoon and other relevant Canadian exploration experience.
The Company also announces the commencement of a short surface exploration program at its Cassiar Gold project in Northern B.C. A crew of six is conducting geological mapping, prospecting and silt-sampling over a 40 square kilometre area in the southeast portion of the large Cassiar property. The area is underlain by volcanic rocks which host local gold deposits and structurally covers the southern extension of the Table Mountain Gold vein system.
Michael Guo is supervising this program while familiarizing himself with the previously mined Taurus and Table Mountain gold deposits. Recently announced gold resources at the Taurus Deposit, prepared in a NI 43-101 Compliant Report by Wardrop Engineering Inc. (filed at www.sedar.com on March 11, 2009) consist of 33.05 million tonnes at an average capped grade of 0.99 g/t Au.
About China Minerals Mining Corporation
China Minerals Mining Corporation is a Canadian based exploration and development company with offices located in Vancouver, B.C. and Beijing, China. China Minerals' ambition is to build an international mining company.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ling Zhu, Executive Chairman
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China Minerals Mining Corporation
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