SOURCE: NewMarket China, Inc.

May 11, 2007 15:19 ET

NewMarket China, Inc. and the Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association to Be Featured Live on MN1 With Andrew Coffey, Monday, May 14, at 9:00 AM CDT

Interview to Showcase Chinese Multimedia Outsourcing Capabilities

DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 11, 2007 -- NewMarket China, Inc. (OTCBB: NMCHE) today announced a feature interview with Andrew Coffey of MN1 scheduled for Monday, May 14, 2007 at 9:00 AM CDT. NewMarket China, the Chinese regional subsidiary of NewMarket Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: NMKT) and the Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association (SMIA) are currently in Los Angeles on the second leg of a three city Road Show showcasing the multimedia capabilities of member companies of the SMIA. The interview can be seen live at www.mn1.com.

To kick off the Dallas leg of the Road Show, NewMarket China and the SMIA will be featured on "Coffey Grinds" with Andrew Coffey of MN1. That evening, from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, the company will host an informal presentation displaying the multimedia talent of Shanghai, including; 3D Animation, 2D and 3D Game Development, Digital Graphic Design, Interactive Advertising and Marketing and Digital Architectural Rendering at Sambuca in Uptown.

Representatives from Shanghai will be present and guests will be able to meet with the best and brightest digital artists and developers China has to offer. The night will boast the top cost effective, high quality multimedia talent currently available from China. Many of these companies already provide multimedia development services to U.S. and European companies.

For more information on the Road Show, contact Kathleen Marks at kmarks@newmarketchina.com or visit the company website at www.newmarketchina.com.

To be added to NewMarket China's corporate e-mail list for shareholders and interested investors, please send an e-mail to ir@newmarketchina.com

About the Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association (www.smia.org.cn):

The Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association (SMIA) is one of 12 associations established in Shanghai after China joined the WTO. It's a non-profit organization made up of corporations and individuals engaged in production, manufacturing, research and other activities in the multimedia industry. SMIA has set up a broad network with associations and organizations in more than 10 countries and close relationships with organizations, government, media and corporations throughout China. By organizing activities and maintaining a public platform for the Multimedia Industry in Shanghai, the SMIA helps members promote their products and services so as to improve their competitive ability in the domestic and overseas markets.

The SMIA works to standardize its industry in an effort to build a better business environment for multimedia services in Shanghai. The SMIA acts as an advocate for the industry building awareness both domestically and abroad. The SMIA currently has over 148 member companies focusing on Computer Graphics, Game Development, Digital animation and film, after effect, VOD, e-learning and multimedia terminal industry. They have also developed 5 branch organizations to emphasize their focus in key segments of the industry: Shanghai Game Developer Association (SGDA), Shanghai Architectural Visualization Committee (SAVC), Shanghai Exhibition Committee (SEC), Shanghai Computer Graphics Committee (SCGC) and Digitalization of Chinese Traditional Culture Committee (DCTCC).

About NewMarket China, Inc. (www.newmarketchina.com)

NewMarket China, Inc. is a leader in the rapidly developing Chinese software engineering market providing high quality outsourcing services to global customers. In addition, the firm is a systems integrator and value added reseller of major global hardware brands in the Chinese domestic market. NewMarket China has established and continues to grow a highly capable network of Chinese IT Service partners providing domain expertise in telecommunications, multimedia, ERP and finance. Headquartered in Shanghai, NewMarket China bridges the gap between Western and Eastern business cultures to realize the advantages of the high quality, low cost technology products and services available in China. In doing so, the firm assists its clients in overcoming the challenge of taking a business global. NewMarket China comprehends the differences in business processes, communications and cultures between the United States and China, and provides its clients with an established partner who provides a winning environment for global relationships and transactions. While most firms see China as merely a cost saving alternative, NewMarket China recognizes that China represents a huge growth opportunity for its customers and supports them in localizing their products and services, and in identifying complementary revenue streams within the Chinese Market.

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