L&L Energy on its Corporate Social Responsibility
SEATTLE, June 13, 2012 -- L & L Energy, Inc. (LLEN) ("L&L"), a Seattle-based company with five-year of profitable coal
operations in China, notes that its Chairman & CEO personally donated a total of US$3 million to Taiwan’s Chung Yuan
Christian University, where a number of the Company’s management and business contacts are alumni.
The donation completed “Dickson Lee Hall,” which recently earned the National Golden Award for construction design and
energy efficiency, consistent with the Company’s environmental protection policies, and has attracted media coverage in
Taiwan and China for the Mr. Lee and the Company.
Mr. Lee has established a US based summer intern program for outstanding students from China and Taiwan and is also
working with a US University to establish summer intern scholarships for US students to spend time in China and Taiwan. The
aim is to develop students into future international business leaders and enhance the talent pool for society and for the
In addition, the Company is also a major sponsor for the International Leadership Foundation (“ILF”), a non-profit organization
that promotes the civic awareness, public service and economic effectiveness of the Asian-Pacific American community. ILF’s
mission is to develop young leaders in the United States, Asia, and other Pacific-rim countries in the fields of public service,
entrepreneurship and the international arena through a network of business and community leaders.
L&L Vice President and Director, Ed Moy, commented, "Dickson’s generosity helps develop future leaders and reflects L&L’s
pursuit of corporate social responsibility and compliance with environmental protection policies, while executing its international
L&L was incorporated in 1995 by the Company’s Chairman and CEO. The Company has grown from a single employee to
more than a thousand over the past 17 years. L&L has entered an expansion phase, seeking to consolidate mines in China
and expand its sphere of business operations. Using its U.S.-style quality assurance processes, the Company is upgrading its
mining portfolio and expanding its distribution network for strategic revenue growth.
Forward Looking Statements
The statements contained words that are not historical fact, including statements related to Company's future performance,
are all "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and that involve
a number uncertainties. Actual results of the future events described in this document could differ materially. Other than as
required under the securities laws, the Company does not assume a duty to update these forward-looking statements.
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