East Asia Minerals Appoints Dr. Darryl Clark as VP Exploration

- August 25th, 2010

East Asia Minerals Corporation (CVE:EAS) announced the addition of Dr. Darryl Clark to the East Asia Minerals’ Team as Vice President, Exploration, effective immediately.

East Asia Minerals Corporation (TSXV:EAS) announced the addition of Dr. Darryl Clark to the East Asia Minerals’ Team as Vice President, Exploration, effective immediately.

The press release is quoted as saying:

East Asia Minerals (TSX VENTURE:EAS) is an Asian-based, Canadian mineral exploration company with gold and copper exploration properties in Indonesia, and uranium exploration properties in Mongolia.

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8 responses to “East Asia Minerals Appoints Dr. Darryl Clark as VP Exploration

  1. Looks like someone is playing with us here, maybe we should just sell off and cut our losses. It has been delayed since last year. They said they would start production September, then December, then February, then April, then June, then ? 0 . It looks like it’s not going to happen. This is investing in Malaysia.

  2. Looks like someone is playing with us here, maybe we should just sell off and cut our losses. It has been delayed since last year. They said they would start production September, then December, then February, then April, then June, then ? 0 . It looks like it’s not going to happen. This is investing in Malaysia.

    1. Lynas has passed all safety regulations in Malaysia and Internationally, and declared safe by local and international experts.
      12 June 2012, Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia said that – Lynas operating licence is yet to be issued. How sincere are they? They know if Lynas is not able to commence production by this June, they will be facing ‘very serious consequences’.. production has been delayed for coming to a year.
      What is the situation like? … or is it like ‘lets continue delaying Lynas, let them fall into serious troubles and consequences, it doesn’t matter… Let’s please the opposition…
      Hey, anyone keen to dump millions of dollars into and invest in Malaysia? they have staff, infrastructure and high tech industrial parks, suitable for high end, sophisticated industries costing millions….

    1. Lynas has passed all safety regulations in Malaysia and Internationally, and declared safe by local and international experts.
      12 June 2012, Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia said that – Lynas operating licence is yet to be issued. How sincere are they? They know if Lynas is not able to commence production by this June, they will be facing ‘very serious consequences’.. production has been delayed for coming to a year.
      What is the situation like? … or is it like ‘lets continue delaying Lynas, let them fall into serious troubles and consequences, it doesn’t matter… Let’s please the opposition…
      Hey, anyone keen to dump millions of dollars into and invest in Malaysia? they have staff, infrastructure and high tech industrial parks, suitable for high end, sophisticated industries costing millions….

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