China Minerals Announces Resignation from Board and Appoints New Director

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - June 27, 2018) - China Minerals Mining Corporation (TSXV: CMV) (OTC Pink: HWTHF) ("China Minerals" or the "Company") announces that Mr. Ling Zhu has resigned from the board of directors of the Company, effective immediately. The Company extends its gratitude to Mr. Zhu for his contribution to the Company, and wishes Mr. Zhu the best in his future endeavours.

The Company is pleased to announce that Mr. Yijie He has been appointed to the board of directors to fill the casual vacancy created by Mr. Zhu's resignation. Mr. He has 23 years of experience in business administration, investment and M&A, in which about 10 years in mining companies, including a TSX-V listed exploration company and an exploration company in China. Since 2013, he worked in the M&A department of SkyOcean Holding Co. Ltd. Mr. He holds a Doctor's Degree in Business Administration from Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a Master's Degree in Investment Economic from University of Science and Technology of China and two Bachelor's Degrees from Tianjin University, China.

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' goal is to buildan international mining company.

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"signed by Wenhong Jin"

Wenhong Jin
President, CEO

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