Dajin Resources Expands Sampling at Teels Marsh

April 27, 2016

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Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTCMKTS:DJIFF) announced that it has completed additional subsurface auger sampling at its 100% owned Teels Marsh Lithium project located in Mineral County, Nevada.

As quoted in the press release:

During April, a team from Nevada Exploration Inc. (TSX-V:NGE), Nevada’s premier hydro geochemistry exploration company, was in the field at Teels Marsh.  The team, headed by Ken Tullar, carried out the collection of subsurface brine samples by auger at the western end of the playa.  These samples (taken from auger holes as deep as 12.5 feet (3.8 meters)) serve a dual purpose.  The first is to confirm the anomalous Lithium brine concentrations discovered during the surface sampling program in late 2014; and the second is to test the sampling protocol to be deployed in Dajin’s San Jose Project in Argentina.  Dajin Director, Dr. Mark Coolbaugh, P.Geo. was on-site to observe the sampling and collection process.

During Dajin’s 2014 sampling campaign, Lithium in brine was found in concentrations of up to 70 ppm at a depth of 6 feet (2 meters) along with values as high as 460 ppm Lithium in sediment samples (of the 74 sample locations tested in 2014: 28 sediment samples returned values higher than 150 ppm and 23 samples ranged between 100 – 149 ppm Lithium).  Sampling by the USGS (and reported in USGS Open-File report 1976-567), reported values as high as 850 ppm in sediment from the area where Dajin concentrated this sampling campaign.  Samples have been sent for assay to laboratories in Canada and Nevada. Commercial laboratory assay results should be available within the next few weeks.

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