From: Asian Star Development
Posted: Monday, September 11, 2000
Asian Star Development, Inc. , through its wholly owned subsidiary, Asian Star Technology Development Limited (ASTD), announced the launch of its marketing program for the highly coveted China Space Souvenir Products. The unique Products are now available through its web site : http://www.chinaspacesouvenirs.com and in over sixty (60) jewelry and book stores in Hong Kong. Currently, the web site is only in the Chinese language, with the English version expected within approximately 2 weeks. Our Joint Venture partners in this project are the Chinese Academy of Space Technology (CAST) and the China Space Foundation South Agency (CSF).
The merchandise includes authentic, limited edition articles carried in the cabin of the first Chinese Space Ship during its maiden voyage into space orbit in late 1999. The articles are accompanied by Certificates of Authenticity from the Chinese Government. The projected sale revenues from the Products are approximately US$8 million.
Stephen Chow, President of ASTV stated: ``We are most honored to be selected as exclusive Joint Venture partners with CAST and CSF. This merchandising Joint Venture is just the beginning of what we anticipate will be a long-term working relationship between ASTV and the two Chinese Space Organizations.''
To receive further corporate information, contact :
Investor Relations: 1-415-566-2503 or visit www.asianstardev.com
Hong Kong : Stephen Chow, President,
Asian Star Development, Inc.
011-852-2721-0936 or e-mail email@example.com
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