ePals Corporation (TSX VENTURE: SLN), an education media company and the world’s leading Global Learning Network, today announced that it has commenced operations of its Platform and Media businesses in China through its NeuPals joint venture and in collaboration with Neusoft Publishing. The launch of both Platform and Media businesses comes after fourth quarter approval of business licenses by Chinese authorities, followed by successful completion of initial technology transfer, product adaptation and localization, and establishment of facilities in Dalian, Shanghai and Shenyang. NeuPals technical operations have been successfully established within China in collaboration with NeuEdu Co., Ltd. NeuPals has been capitalized by its partners, ePals and NeuEdu, and a seasoned management team is on board, led by CEO Tao Wang, who brings 15 years of experience workingwith international and language learning companies, as well as a Masters inComputer Science from University of Massachusetts and a Bachelors from Wuhan University. Learn more HERE.
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