China Media1 Corp.
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China Media1 Corp.

August 18, 2005 10:00 ET

China Media1 Corp.: Leading Japanese Cosmetics Company DHC Commences Advertising on Guangzhou Subway System

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 18, 2005) - China Media1 Corp. (OTCBB:CMDA), the owner and operator of premier Chinese advertising media assets which include leading edge illuminated multiple scrolling poster displays is pleased to announce that the Company's Guangzhou MTR (Subway System) Pillar Advertising Project has received an advertising contract from DHC, the No. 1 direct mail skincare company in Japan. With a legacy of over 20 years in Japan creating high-quality products based on the natural benefits of olive oil, DHC helps consumers achieve more radiant skin. More information on DHC is available at www.dhccare.com.

Mr. Hanxiong (Adrian) Cai, China Media1 President commented, "Demand for cosmetics and skincare products grow in step with spending power. DHC is the second Cosmetics Company for our subway stations. We expect to attract more cosmetics and hygiene related products to our subway stations."

About China Media1 Corp.:

China Media1 Corp., headquartered in Irvine, California, obtained rights to premier Chinese advertising media assets in the city of Guangzhou in Southern China. Our affiliate Guangzhou Chuangrun Advertising Company operates the advertising space and advertising contracts, with top-tier brand names and multi-national corporations, as well as large advertising agencies. China Media1 has focused on providing its clients superior advertising locations based on viewership, exclusivity and uniqueness through the use of its illuminated scrolling poster signs at the Guangzhou New Baiyun International airport. The Company's advertising locations include the Guangzhou New Baiyun International Airport and the Guangzhou MTR (12 Subway Stations). The Company's website is www.chinamedia1corp.com.

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