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Neologic Animation Inc. Is Ready To Promote Its Chinese Learning Module To 30 Million Foreigners

HANGZHOU, China, May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Neologic Animation Inc. (OTCQB: NANI) (OTCBB:NANI),- (The Company), an educational software company in the People's Republic of China, is looking at introducing its Chinese learning modules world-wide.  In recent years, "Mandarin Fever" is extremely popular throughout the world. At present, it is projected that more than 30 million foreigners are learning Chinese. Chinese classes are estimated to be provided by more than 2,500 universities in more than 100 countries.  In addition, Chinese language fans around the world go all the way across oceans to China for further study.

In order to try and capitalize on this demand by foreigners for Chinese learning, the Company will look at partnering to set up 100 Confucius Schools throughout the world.

As mandarin as a language becomes more popular and to take advantage of this growth the Company has set up a technical team to carry the development of a Chinese learning module that will be a convenient and effective learning tool for its students.  At present, a complete development program has been prepared, and it will be available by the end of July 2013.

Through internet technology, the program adopts vivid and lively pictures and stories to provide Chinese characters/mandarin listening, speaking, reading, and writing training, aiming at helping students to realize simple characters/mandarin learning and usage. "It is estimated that the annual growth of customers will be more than 100,000. The program will lay a foundation for Naniya World Learning EduCards to enter the world's marketplace", states, Dr. Zhang, CEO of Neologic Animation.

About Neologic Animation Inc. (the "Company")

The Company is an educational software development and marketing company; currently developing a website to be marketed as "Naniya World" for primary school students in China.  The website's goal is to educate children how to develop and hone their creative skills through interactive educational games that incorporate Adobe Flash. The games incorporate a curriculum that has been developed by some of China's top professors and child psychology experts. It sets itself apart from other after school programs in China because it deviates from the traditional methods of Chinese education.  The Company's mission is to inspire every child in China to become the best student they can possibly be by showing them that learning is fun.

For more information about the Company please visit our website at www.neologicanimation.com

Further information on the Company and its filings can be found at www.sec.gov

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