Penny Stock News: Sen Yu International Holdings to Present at FSX Conference in San Francisco

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JIAMUSI CITY, CHINA–(Marketwire – Apr 27, 2011) – Sen Yu International Holdings, Inc. (“Sen Yu International” or the “Company”) (OTCBB: CSWG), a leading commercial hog breeder and supplier in the People’s Republic of China, announced today that Ms. Pearl Hou, Sen Yu’s VP of Finance, will present at the upcoming Financial Services Exchange (FSX) Conference taking place April 28th through April 30th 2011, at the Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco.

FSX Conferences provide the opportunity for both public and private companies to meet and interact with a nationwide network of broker-dealer principals, investment bankers and other funders, in both formal and informal environments. For broker dealers, FSX events provide the opportunity to meet face to face with the CEOs of 20 or more presenting companies.

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