SOURCE: Empire Global Corp.

June 21, 2006 17:14 ET

Empire Global Corp. Appoints President and Chief Financial Officer

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 21, 2006 -- Empire Global Corp. (OTCBB: EMGL) today announces the appointment of Mr. Hoi Ming Chan to the position of President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Chan replaces Vic Dominelli as Chief Financial Officer and will be responsible for the overall corporate development strategy and financial position of the Company and will report to Chief Executive Officer Mr. Ken Chu. Mr. Dominelli will remain as a director of the Company.

Mr. Chan is 46 years old and is one of Empire Global Corp's Directors and Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Chan has over 15 years of professional experience focusing on property investment and management including owning and operating a textile business employing approximately 1,000 people in Guangzhou, China. He was the President of 501 Canada Inc. from 2000 to 2005, during which the company acquired and owned two commercial-industrial properties in Toronto, Ontario.

His experience and familiarity with the assets and contracts that the Company acquired pursuant to a Plan of Merger and Reorganization between the Company and Empire Global Acquisition Corp. and 501 Canada Inc. along with his past business success in China are vital attributes that he will contribute to the Company.

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Empire Global is a real estate holding company that owns and operates commercial properties and has its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario and has regional offices in Hong Kong and Beijing. Additional information is available at

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