Arem Pacific Corporation and Australian Architecture Firm Visited Resort Lake

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| Source: Arem Pacific Corporation

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Dec. 9, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Arem Pacific Corporation (OTCBB:ARPC) today announced Australian architecture firm, LAB, visited its lakeside resort, Liuye lake in Chengde, Hunan, China.

On November 5 to 7, 2013, the Australian Senior Trade Commission Officer, Mr Franlyn Wang, based in Guangzhou Consulate General, together with AREM's executives, leading a team of Australian delegates including LAB Town Planner/Architect, Mr Andy Wong, visited Liuye Lake and held several discussions for the development of Liuye Lake into an "Australian lifestyle lakeside city" in China subsequent to AREM's signing an investment memorandum of understanding between Arem Pacific Corporation and China Hunan Changde Liuye Lake.

Mr. Thomas Tang, President of AREM, commented, "Australia LAB briefed the meetings on their award winning developments and designs, incorporating low carbon, environmentally friendly and green designs, and their plans to introduce them to Liuye Lake. The lake management committee expressed great interest and urged LAB to start the project as soon as possible."

For more info about LAB and their lake visit, please visit the links below:

www.labarchitecture.com

www.labaus.com

http://vimeo.com/51112538

http://www.arempac.com/news1107.htm

AREM's website link: http://www.arempac.com

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