April 18, 2011
China Minerals Announces Change of Auditor

 China Minerals Mining Corporation ("China Minerals" or the "Company") (TSX-V: CMV, US: HWTHF) announces that, effective April 14, 2011 it has changed auditor from Davidson & Company LLP ("D&C") to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ("PWC").

At the request of the Company D&C has resigned as auditor of the Company and PWC has been appointed as successor. There were no reservations in D&C's audit reports for the two most recently completed fiscal periods or for any period subsequent to the most recently completed period for which an audit report was issued preceding the date of D&C's resignation. There were no reportable events between the Company and PWC or between the Company and D&C.

The audit committee and the board of directors of the Company have approved the appointment of PWC as successor auditor. In accordance with National Instrument 51-102 - Continuous Disclosure Obligations, a notice of change of auditor together with required letters from the form auditor and the successor auditor have been filed on SEDAR.

About China Minerals Mining Corporation

China Minerals Mining Corporation is a China based exploration and development company with offices located in both Beijing and Vancouver. China Minerals Mining Corporation's ambition is to build an international mining company through project acquisitions and the further development of the Table Mountain Gold Mine Project along with continued resource development at the nearby Taurus deposit in British Columbia.

For more information on China Minerals, contact Robert Ferguson or Jaclyn Ruptash toll free at 1-888-629-1505 or the Company at (604) 629-1505, or you can visit the website at www.chinamineralsmining.com.


Dr. Shijia Tang
Chief Executive Officer

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