PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Jan 22, 2013) - Wonder International Education and Investment Group Corporation (OTCBB: WIEI) (OTCQB: WIEI), an operator of information technology (IT)-focused vocational training schools in the People's Republic of China, today announced that it was awarded the "2012 Most Influential IT Education" award at the Tencent Education Awards Ceremony in Beijing, China.
Mr. Ke Kong, Vice-President of Wonder, accepted the award and stated the following, "We are very pleased to receive the Tencent IT award since it is one of the major awards given each year by the Chinese IT education sector. Wonder provides one of the best opportunities for IT students to learn the necessary IT skills to become professionals in this expanding field. It is great to be recognized for our efforts and this will help our recruiting efforts as we continue to increase our student enrollment."
Wonder established its first school in 1993 and operates seven information technology-focused vocational training schools in seven provinces: Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Henan, Hubei, Liaoning, and Fujian. The Company's core focus is to educate students in the lesser-developed cities of China to have the practical skills to secure higher-paying jobs.
Wonder also operates employment service agencies in more than 20 provinces and municipalities to serve their more than 20,000 graduating students annually. The Company's partnership with 30,000 corporations and 12 employment agencies will help provide jobs to Wonder's students and increase quality IT workers to support China's growing economy.
Wonder's stock is traded on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board and OTC Markets under the stock symbol WIEI.
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