Monument Mining has an interest in one other gold

project outside the Selinsing region. The Mersing project is

located in southeast Peninsular Malaysia, and it is host to a

massive geochemical anomaly that holds evidence of widespread

quartz veining. This area has been host to substantial

alluvial mining, but it has never seen systematic widespread

exploration. MMY is currently working to earn a

49% interest in Mersing (for $500k in cash, 1.5m shares,

and $2.0m in exploration commitments), and has the option

to acquire the remainder of the project if it so chooses.

Monument Mining’s final exploration project is not primary

gold, but it is a beast that could really add to this company’s

bottom line. The Mengapur project is located in central

Peninsular Malaysia and hosts a massive polymetallic

deposit that was originally discovered back in 1979. Mengapur

has seen extensive work that has led to numerous

historic resource estimates, with the most recent showing

1.2b lbs of copper, 1.2m ozs of gold, 64m ozs of silver,

along with significant sulfur, iron, and molybdenum.

Mengapur has also been subject to a definitive feasibility.