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Majestic Gold Corp.


Board of Directors

GENGSHU MIAO - Chairman & Director

Mr Miao is a senior economist with career long experience in the mining and investment sectors in China. His industry experience includes serving as President of China Minmetals Corp., an international metals and mining company with a business scope covering 26 nations and regions with total assets of RMB 242.1 billion. Mr. Miao's former appointments include management positions at Shanghai Metals and Minerals Import and Export Cooperation (1966-1990), Vice Director of the Shanghai Foreign Economic and Trade Commission (1990-1997), and Chairman of Sinotrans & CSC Holdings Co. Ltd (2005-2011). Mr. Miao is currently the President of the China Council for International Investment Promotion.

STEPHEN KENWOOD, P. Geo. - President & CEO, Director

Mr. Kenwood is a registered member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. He received a Bachelor of Science (Geology) degree from the University of British Columbia in 1987. Mr. Kenwood has experience in the area of advanced project development, in British Columbia at the Snip gold project for Cominco Ltd. and at the Eskay Creek deposit for Prime Exploration Ltd. He also worked as a project geologist on the Petaquilla copper gold porphyry project in Panama and has worked on projects in Peru, Chile, and China.

Mr. Kenwood is currently a director of Sonoro Metals Corp., Ely Gold & Minerals Inc., Jericho Oil Corporation, and Remo Resources Inc.

SHAOHUI CHEN - GM of Zhongjia & Director

Mr. Chen, former president of the Northern China Planning and Design Institute of the Ministry of Chemical Industry, has over 25 years of experience in the mining industry. Mr. Chen previously served as the general manager of Xinjiang Majestic Mining Inc.


Mr. Campbell has been actively involved in the mining industry since the 1950s. He holds a law degree from the University of British Columbia (1960), and practiced law full time from 1970 to 1985 in the resource and securities field.

Mr. Campbell has been the President of Teslin Mines Ltd., a private company engaged in resource investment and management, since its formation in 1965. Through Teslin, Mr. Campbell has managed a number of operations including: Noranda's Kennedy Lake 2000 ton per day iron mine on Vancouver Island and Trans America Industries Ltd., of which Mr. Campbell became President from 1986 to June 2008 and during his tenure the company was involved in the discovery of the Burnt Timber gold deposit in Manitoba, which was subsequently brought to commercial production by Cazador Minerals. Mr. Campbell also served as a director of Envoy Capital Group Inc. from June 30, 2009 to March 2010, when it became Merus Labs International.


Mr. Grant Chen has over 10 years of experience as a geologist in the precious metals sector in the PRC. Mr. Chen is a currently a director of Fortune Minerals Limited. Mr. Chen was formerly Deputy Chairman and CEO of China Mining Resources Group Limited and has previously occupied positions such as: Senior Vice President at Standard Bank, mining and metals division, Senior Mining Analyst Kingsway Group, Business Development Manager, Golden China Management Inc., and merchant Banking Manager at Golden China Resources Corporation.

Mr. Chen graduated from Jilin University, the People's Republic of China with a bachelor's degree in Mineral Resources Exploration in 1985 and a master's degree of Geological Science in 1988. He also obtained a master's degree in Business Administration from Richard Ivey Business School of University of Western Ontario in Canada in 2003.

DAVID DUVAL - Director

Mr. Duval is a 45-year veteran of the Canadian minerals industry. A graduate Engineering Technologist, he has over a decade of engineering and production experience in both underground and open pit mines. Mr. Duval has served as a director, officer and audit committee member of several public companies including Primary Corp., a TSX-listed investment bank.
An internationally recognized mining author, he also served for a decade as Western Editor of The Northern Miner, the largest weekly mining publication in the world. In the 1990s, he worked as a Technical Advisor to the United Nations, coordinating the pre-feasibility study for a potash project in Thailand. In 2002, he accepted a position as Special Advisor to the President of a NYSE-listed gold royalty company with a development-stage gold project in Tanzania. In that capacity, he facilitated the raising of more than $50 million via private placements with Wall Street and European investment banks.