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Dajin Exploring For Gold In British Columbia


Dajin Resources Corp. (DJI:TSX-V) is a Vancouver based, British Columbia mineral exploration company whose current focus is on developing gold and copper mineral claims in the Cariboo Mining District of south central British Columbia in addition to the development of potash, lithium and boron concessions in north western Argentina.


  • Positive drill results received from drill programs on the Cowtrail and Addie 1 properties for 2011.
  • Gold Projects: Holds a large land position in south central British Columbia adjacent to and along strike with Spanish Mountain Gold discovery which has been reported to contain over 6 million ounce gold resource.
  • Location: BC Mining Projects are located in a mining friendly jurisdiction with developed infrastructure and close proximity to current mineral producers.
  • Area activity: Four new discovery's in the region.


Dajin holds a 100% interest in the Addie 1 and Addie 2 mineral claims, which are comprised of 63 claims covering over 40,000 hectares.  The Addie 1 gold project is south east of the Spanish Mountain Gold Ltd.'s (SPA:TSX-V) gold discovery located 5 kilometers east of Likely, BC.  A recent technical report confirmed a resource of approximately 6 million ounces of gold.  The Addie 2 gold project is 50 km east of Horsefly, BC.  Both projects are in the Cariboo Mining District in south central British Columbia.  The area has excellent infrastructure, with accessible roads, electric power, an experienced work force available, logistics and supply centres.

In 2010, a geochemical soil sampling program was completed on the Addie 1 claims.  The sampling program consisted of approximately 900 samples collected at 25 m intervals along lines spaced at 100 m intervals and located between lines spaced at 500 meters from an earlier program.  A number of samples contained gold on the order of 100 ppb or greater to a maximum of 750 ppb. The sampling program was a follow up to soil sampling in 2009 which indicated the presence of a new gold in soil anomaly that may be up to 1.5 km long.  

In addition, the Company has the right to earn a 65% interest in the Cowtrail property, which consists of 32 mineral claims covering 4,600 hectares.  The Cowtrail property is located 15 km north of Horsefly.

In 2008, Dajin reported drill results from DDH.01 on the Cowtrail claims whereby a mineralized zone was encountered that carried 1.16 g/t gold and 0.043% copper over 18.3 meters from 130.2 metres to 148.4 metres.  DDH.01 is anomalous in gold over 50.3 metres from 25.0 metres to 75.3 metres in depth with gold values generally several times background levels.  Anomalous gold reappears in the hole at 108.8 metres and most gold analyses are anomalous from that depth to the bottom of the hole at 200.3 metres.  These results add significantly to the potential of the property.

Dajin has recently acquired a 100% interest in 20 mineral claims covering 8,945 hectares east of the Cowtrail property and north of the Gold Fields Limited/Cariboo Rose Resources Ltd. Woodjam Project where over $15 million has recently been spent on drilling.