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: Translation of http://udn.com/NEWS/FINANCE/FIN3/8815389.shtml by Alan Yim

Taiwan Edison Creative Technology Co. Ltd. Intends to work together with Hon Hai (Foxconn)

Yesterday (19/7) Taiwan Edison Creative Technology (TECT) displayed the world's first zero-emissions, zero pollution "maglev generator." Mr. Hon Gi Teng, chairman of TECT, said that there is a plan to have the product co-manufactured by Hon Hai Precision Industry (Foxconn Technology Group), and they are looking to market this product globally.

The biggest shareholder of TECT as well as the CEO of Howard Hotels, Mr. Michael Liao, also attended the new product launch event yesterday. He said that facing the energy crisis, the global green energy industry is solid. He also said that the prospect of the maglev generator is bright, and they are looking to mass-produce the generator in a year.

There was a TECT shareholder meeting yesterday, followed by the maglev generator product launch press release that attracted a large number of green energy industry experts including the representatives of the Hon Hai group. TECT has a registered capital of $150 million (about US$5 million), paid-in capital of $80 million (US$ 2.7 million). Liao has 45% share of the company.

Teng pointed out that TECT spent more than two years, invested about $70 million to develop this new product. The product launch also demostrated a home-scale maglev generator being started up and powered a air-conditioner, a refrigerator, and a computer, attracting a round of enthusiastic applause from the participants.

The design of the maglev generator is primarily based on permanent magnets, unlike the traditional use of the coils and the change of magnetic field to generate power, power generation using permanent magnets eliminates the need for excitation coils, carbon brushes. The whole structure is simple, small size, light weight, yet capable of producing enormous power. Teng stressed that the biggest advantage of this generator is that it only consumes very little external electricity at start up. It does not require the use of gasoline, diesel, coal and other fuels, and no external power supply except at start up. Once the generator is started up, it can produce power for a prolonged period.

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Correspondence

Hi Sterling,

Here's the translation of the udn.com article that mentioned Foxconn. Also spent quite a bit of time to work out the names, the title of the persons involved and their commercial relationships and relationships with their other businesses. They said they invested 2.3 mil USD (70 million Taiwan dollars) to develop the product. I personally think that is way too exaggerated... I also tried to dig up some other related articles with reference to Foxconn, but I failed to find out what stage they are at as far as the partnership with Foxconn is concern.

btw my mandarin speaking and hearing [is not that great]. I'm primarily a Cantonese folk as far as my Chinese fluency goes (I'm from Hong Kong now living in Australia). So I'll have problem speaking with those guys in Taiwan. Chinese writing is fine though. But I think they've got someone who understands English.

Cheers,

Alan.

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From: Alan Yim

Sent: Monday, July 21, 2014 10:16 PM

Subject: Re: BREAKING NEWS - MORE INFO - Taiwanese company announced their magnet motor generator

Hi again Sterling,

Just a quick heads-up. Click on the udn.com link that I sent you. Notice the title in Chinese. The last 2 Chinese characters ?? are the Chinese name of the holding company that owns Foxconn. Foxconn is a trading name. When you put ?? into Google search you got the following (just click on the google search link below):

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=%E9%B4%BB%E6%B5%B7

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----- Original Message -----

From: Alan Yim

To: Sterling Allan

Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:17 PM

Subject: Re: BREAKING NEWS - MORE INFO - Taiwanese company announced their magnet motor generator

Hi Sterling,

As I tried to open the second link http://news.ltn.com.tw/news/life/breakingnews/1059461 that I had sent you, the article was apparently deleted. I couldn't translate that one unfortunately.

Let me Google to see if there's another that specifically mentioned about the start up bit. The deleted article did mention the generator required 40W start up power from external source.

Cheers,

Alan.

Hi Sterling,

ok there is another one that mentions 40W start up power.... http://www.chinatimes.com/newspapers/20140720000273-260114

I'll translate that for you.

btw I think I didn't sent you this one. Although this one doesn't say 40W startup power, it's got plenty of photos and a video from the product launch event.

http://www.appledaily.com.tw/realtimenews/article/new/20140719/436089/%E5%95%A5%E5%92%AA%E6%98%AF%E7%A3%81%E6%B5%AE%E7%99%BC%E9%9B%BB%E6%A9%9F?%E3%80%80%E8%99%9F%E7%A8%B1%E5%B9%B4%E7%9C%816%E8%90%AC%E9%9B%BB%E8%B2%BB [link doesn't work]

Regards,

Alan.

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[The original email]

From: Alan Yim

Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2014 4:35 PM

Subject: BREAKING NEWS - MORE INFO - Taiwanese company announced their magnet motor generator

I've just come across another piece of news regarding the Taiwanese designed "magnet motor generator". It said they will partner with Foxconn to manufacture the device. This is where the whole thing gets interesting. You know Foxconn manufactures computers and smartphones (including iPhone, iPad) for pretty much all major brand names. I strongly recommend to look into that ASAP.

http://udn.com/NEWS/FINANCE/FIN3/8815389.shtml

There's a bit more info on this generator. The company said that it requires an initial kick off from external power source. So this isn't a magnet motor, but could be a Qmogen, a QEG like generator, or simply a Bedini like motor generator.

???????? ??????6?? - ?? - ???????

???????? ??????6?? - ?? - ???...

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

View on news.ltn.com.tw Preview by Yahoo

Regards,

Alan.

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