Good Life China Corporation
PINK SHEETS : GLCC

December 16, 2010 15:46 ET

Good Life China Corporation (GLCC) Merger With Q-Mart Back on Track

BEIJING, CHINA--(Marketwire - Dec. 16, 2010) - Good Life China Corporation (PINK SHEETS:GLCC)(http://www.goodlifechina.com) management would like to provide the following update to its shareholders and followers on several corporate matters that have been in works during the company's silent period. GLCC entered a silent period as a direct result of being unable to reign in stock bashers who have plagued its security. GLCC offers this update as a direct result of the current recent developments with the company lawsuit against the stock bashers. The company expects positive results and a resolution shortly.

In this light, the company is considering taking the following steps:

1) The company will subscribe to Pink Sheets and resume reporting.

2) The company is considering the rescission of the 1000 : 1 stock reverse split planned by the management in previous quarters.

3) Revive and renegotiate the merger with Q-Mart that took place for a brief period in December 2009. Q-Mart is a viable chain of retail convenience stores in China. Q-Mart convenience stores offer their customers a wide range of goods and services with focus on quality and convenience. The company grows continuously, and presently operates more than 200 stores with over 600 employees.

The management is excited about the development of the US/UK lawsuit and the effective enforcement proceedings in Canada. GLCC management hopes for soon resolution, so it can implement this 3-point plan immediately.

The company acknowledges support of its long time followers and is hopeful that this 3 step plan will breathe new life back in GLCC in 2011.

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