EastBridge Investment Group (OTC-BB: EBIG), a financial services company that provides Asian companies with access to U.S. markets, with Wonder Education as one of its clients, which is similar to Chinacast Education Corporation (Nasdaq: CAST) and China Education Alliance, Inc. (NYSE: CEU), announced that its client has filed an amended registration statement with the SEC.
EastBridge Investment Group (EBIG) (OTC-BB: EBIG) announced today that its client, Wonder International Education and Investment Group Corporation, has filed an amended registration statement with the Securities Exchange Commission in response to certain SEC comments. Wonder’s corporate filing information is available on the SEC website, www.SEC.gov.
Mr. Xie Chungui, Chairman of Wonder Education Group, USA, commented, “We are pleased to announce that we have filed another registration amendment with the SEC. We anticipate clearance from the SEC in the near future.”
For more information about Wonder, please go to their website at: http://www.wondedu.com
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