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公告日期:2019年08月10日
HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre(Holdings) Co., Ltd. Financial Report & Statement Semi-Annual 2019 Hainan Dadong ha i Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Financial Report & FinancialStatement (1 January2019 to 30 June 2019) Content Page I Financial statement Balance Sheet 3-6 Profit Statement 7-8 Statement ofCashFlow 9-10 Statement ofChanges in Owners’Equity 11-14 II Notes to Financial Statement 15-47 HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. ConsolidatedBalance Sheet (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item 2019-6-30 2018-12-31 Current assets: Monetary funds 16,110,895.95 15,364,355.30 Transactional financial assets Notes receivable Accounts receivable 155,986.88 426,434.87 Receiv ables Financing Advance payment 396,882.60 Insurance receivable Other receivables 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 Including: Interests receiv able Dividends receivable Inventories 191,693.57 221,390.19 Non-current assets maturingwithin one y ear Other current assets 2,125,619.16 1,846,219.79 Total current assets 20,223,259.80 18,316,642.88 Non-current assets: Finance asset available for sales Held-to-maturity investment Long-term account rec eivab le Long-term equity investments Investment property 8,147,218.65 8,384,480.43 Fixed assets 34,997,520.16 36,497,869.65 Construction inprogress Intangible assets 21,799,055.46 22,205,249.04 Goodwill Long-term d eferred expenses 2,240,879.25 2,792,876.07 Other non-current assets Total non-current assets 67,184,673.52 69,880,475.19 Total assets 87,407,933.32 88,197,118.07 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. ConsolidatedBalance Sheet (Cont’) (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Current liabilities: 2019-6-30 2018-12-31 Short-term borrowings Transactional financial liability Notesp ayable Accountspayable 1,077,017.43 1,607,835.81 Account received in advan ce 779,681.12 1,291,293.05 Emp loyee compensationp ay able 1,827,967.06 2,841,262.35 Taxes and surchar ges payable 745,943.66 450,861.87 Other account pay able 2,942,968.71 2,727,483.66 Including: Interest p ay able Other current liabilities Total current liabilities 7,373,577.98 8,918,736.74 Non-current liabilities: Long-term borrowings Bonds p ayable Long-term p ay ables Long-term emp loyee comp ensat ion payable Estimated liabilities 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Deferred income Total non-current liabilities 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Total liabilities 8,863,263.02 10,408,421.78 Owners 'equit y : Share capital 364,100,000.00 364,100,000.00 Other equity instrument Cap it al reserves 54,142,850.01 54,142,850.01 Surp lus reserves Undistributedprofit -339,698,179.71 -340,454,153.72 Total equity attributable to owners ofp arent comp any 78,544,670.30 77,788,696.29 Minority ’s equity Total owners 'equity 78,544,670.30 77,788,696.29 Total liabilities and owners 'equity 87,407,933.32 88,197,118.07 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Balance sheet of parent company (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item 2019-6-30 2018-12-31 Current assets: Monetary funds 15,610,097.59 14,864,055.73 Transactional financial assets Notes receivable Accounts receivable 155,986.88 426,434.87 Receiv ables Financing Advance payment 396,882.60 Insurance receivable Other receivables 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 Including: Interests receivable Dividends receivable Inventories 191,693.57 221,390.19 Non-current assets maturingwithin one y ear Other current assets 2,125,619.16 1,846,219.79 Total current assets 19,722,461.44 17,816,343.31 Non-current assets: Finance asset available for sales Held-to-maturity investment Long-term account rec eivab le Long-term equity investments 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Investment property 8,147,218.65 8,384,480.43 Fixed assets 34,997,520.16 36,497,869.65 Construction inprogress Intangible assets 21,799,055.46 22,205,249.04 Goodwill Long-term d eferred expenses 2,240,879.25 2,792,876.07 Other non-current assets Total non-current assets 68,184,673.52 70,880,475.19 Total assets 87,907,134.96 88,696,818.50 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Balance sheet of parent company (Cont’) (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Current liabilities: 2019-6-30 2018-12-31 Short-term borrowings Transactional financial liability Notesp ayable Accountspayable 1,077,017.43 1,607,835.81 Account received in advan ce 779,681.12 1,291,293.05 Emp loyee compensationpayable 1,827,967.06 2,841,262.35 Taxes and surchar ges payable 745,943.66 450,861.87 Other account pay able 3,442,669.14 3,226,952.36 Including: Interest p ay able Other current liabilities Total current liabilities 7,873,278.41 9,418,205.44 Non-current liabilities: Long-term borrowings Bonds p ayable Long-term p ay ables Long-term emp loyee comp ensat ion payable Estimated liabilities 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Deferred income Total non-current liabilities 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Total liabilities 9,362,963.45 10,907,890.48 Owners 'equit y : Share cap it al 364,100,000.00 364,100,000.00 Other equity instrument Cap it al reserves 54,142,850.01 54,142,850.01 Less: Inventory shares Other comprehensive income Surp lus reserve Retained profit -339,698,678.50 -340,453,921.99 Total owner’s equity 78,544,171.51 77,788,928.02 Total liabilities and owner’s equity 87,907,134.96 88,696,818.50 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Consolidated Profit Statement (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item Semi-annual of 2019 Semi-annual of 2018 I. Total op erat ingincome 14,241,961.04 16,173,929.32 Including: Operating income 14,241,961.04 16,173,929.32 Interest income II. Total operatingconst 13,646,017.49 14,891,558.76 Including: Operating cost 5,514,477.93 6,000,063.36 Taxes and surcharges 383,479.50 716,520.90 Sales expenses 2,809,991.94 2,800,956.10 Administrative exp enses 5,071,800.21 5,356,455.21 Financial exp enses -133,732.09 17,563.19 Including: Interest expenses Interest income 152,697.12 22,729.87 Add: Investment income (Loss is listed with “-”) Losses of devaluation of asset (Loss is listed with“ -”) III. Operatingprofits ("-" for losses) 595,943.55 1,282,370.56 Plus: non-operatingincome 160,030.46 273.00 Less: non-op erat ingexp enses 477.98 IV. Total profits ("-" fortotal losses) 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 Less: income tax expenses V. Net profit (Net loss is listed with“-”) 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 (i) Classify by business continuity 1.continuous operatingnet profit (net loss listed with ‘-”) 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 (ii) Classify by ownership 1.Net profit attributable to owner’s of p arent company 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 VI. Net amount of other comp rehensive income after-tax VII. Total comp rehensive inco me 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 Total comprehensive income attributable to owners ofp arent 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 company Total comprehensive income attributable to minority VIII. Earnin gs per share: (i) Basic e arnin gs per share 0.0021 0.0035 (ii) Diluted earn ings p er share 0.0021 0.0035 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Profit statement of parent Company (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item Semi-annual of 2019 Semi-annual of 2018 I. Op erat ingincome 14,241,961.04 16,173,929.32 Less: Op erat ingcost 13,645,516.28 14,891,558.76 Taxes and surch arges 383,479.50 716,520.90 Sales expenses 2,809,991.94 2,800,956.10 Administrative exp enses 5,071,800.21 5,356,455.21 Financial e xp enses -133,233.30 17,563.19 Including: interest expenses Interest income 151,938.33 22,729.87 Add: other income Investment income (Loss is listed with “-”) Losses of devaluation of asset (Loss is listed with“ -”) II. Operatingprofits ("-" for losses) 595,444.76 1,282,370.56 Plus: non-operatingincome 160,030.46 273.00 Less: non-op erat ingexp enses 477.98 III. Totalprofits ("-" for total losses) 755,475.22 1,282,165.58 Less: income tax expenses IV. Net p rofit ("-" for net loss) 755,475.22 1,282,165.58 (i) continuous op erat ingnet p rofit (net loss listed with ‘-”) 755,475.22 1,282,165.58 V. Net amount of other comp rehensive inco me after-tax (i) Other comprehensive income items which will not be reclassified subsequently toprofit of loss 1.Changes of the defined benefit plans that re-measured 2.Other comprehensive income und er equity method that cannot be transfer to gain/loss (ii) Other comprehensive income items which will be r ecl assified subsequently toprofit or loss 1.Other comprehensive income under equity method that can transfer to gain/loss 2.Change of fair v alue of other debt investment 3.gain/loss of fair v alue changes for available-for-sale financial assets VII. Total comp rehensive inco me 755,475.22 1,282,165.58 VII. Earn ings per share: (i) Basic e arnin gs per share 0.0021 0.0035 (ii) Diluted earn ings p er share 0.0021 0.0035 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. ConsolidatedCashFlowStatement (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item Semi-annual of 2019 Semi-annual of 2018 I. Cash flows from operatingactivities Cash receiv ed from sale of goods and render ingof services 14,988,120.25 17,460,137.72 Cash receiv ed from other op erat ingactivities 1,105,441.88 684,152.64 Sub-total of cash inflows from operatingactivities 16,093,562.13 18,144,290.36 Cash paid for goods purchased and services received 4,468,726.47 5,026,699.13 Cash paid to and on behalf of employees 6,921,639.62 6,741,602.32 Cash paid for taxes and surcharges 1,139,283.59 1,590,739.15 Cash paid for other operatingactivities 2,294,495.80 1,674,572.16 Sub-total of cash outflows from operatingactivities 14,824,145.48 15,033,612.76 Net cash flows from operatingactivities 1,269,416.65 3,110,677.60 II. Cash flows from investingactivities Cash receiv ed from disposal of investments Net cash received from disposal of fixed, intangible and other long-term assets 68,670.00 Other cash received concernin ginvestingactivities Sub-total of cash inflows from invest in gactivities 68,670.00 Cash paid to acquire and construct fixed assets, intangible assets and 591,546.00 1,040,626.12 other long-term assets Cash paid for other investingactivities Sub-total of cash outflows from investingactivities 591,546.00 1,040,626.12 Net cash flows from investingactivities -522,876.00 -1,040,626.12 III. Cash flows from financing activities Cash receiv ed from loans Sub-total of cash inflows from financingactivities Cash paid for settlingdebts Cash paid for other financingactivities Sub-total of cash outflows from financingactivities Net cash flows from financingactivities IV. Eff ect of fluctuation on exchange rate on cash and cash equivalents V. Net increase in cash and cash equivalents 746,540.65 2,070,051.48 Plus: balance of cash and cash equivalents at the beginnin gof the 15,364,355.30 9,681,607.16 period VI. Balance of cash and cash equivalents at the end of thep eriod 16,110,895.95 11,751,658.64 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Cashflow statement of parent Company (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item Semi-annual of 2019 Semi-annual of 2018 I. Cash flows from operatingactivities Cash receiv ed from sale of goods and renderingof services 14,988,120.25 17,460,137.72 Cash receiv ed from other op erat ingactivities 1,104,683.09 684,152.64 Sub-total of cash inflows from operatingactivities 16,092,803.34 18,144,290.36 Cash paid for goods purchased and services received 4,468,726.47 5,026,699.13 Cash paid to and on behalf of employees 6,921,639.62 6,741,602.32 Cash paid for taxes and surcharges 1,139,261.99 1,590,739.15 Cash paid for other operatingactivities 2,294,257.40 1,674,572.16 Sub-total of cash outflows from operatingactivities 14,823,885.48 15,033,612.76 Net cash flows from operatingactivities 1,268,917.86 3,110,677.60 II. Cash flows from investingactivities Cash receiv ed from disposal of investments Net cash received from disposal of fixed, intangible and other 68,670.00 long-term assets Other cash received concernin ginvestingactivities Sub-total of cash inflows from invest in gactivities 68,670.00 Cash paid to acquire and construct fixed assets, intangible assets and 591,546.00 1,040,626.12 other long-term assets Cash paid for other investingactivities 1,000,000.00 Sub-total of cash outflows from investingactivities 591,546.00 2,040,626.12 Net cash flows from investingactivities -522,876.00 -2,040,626.12 III. Cash flows from financing activities Cash receiv ed from loans Sub-total of cash inflows from financingactivities Cash paid for settlingdebts Cash paid for other financingactivities Sub-total of cash outflows from financingactivities Net cash flows from financin gactivities IV. Eff ect of fluctuation on exchange rate on cash and cash equivalents V. Net increase in cash and cash equivalents 746,041.86 1,070,051.48 Plus: balance of cash and cash equivalents at the beginnin gof the 14,864,055.73 9,681,607.16 period VI. Balance of cash and cash equivalents at the end of thep eriod 15,610,097.59 10,751,658.64 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. ConsolidatedStatement of Changes inOwners’ Equity (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Semi-annual of 2019 Equity attributable to owners ofparent comp any Othe O G r t e equit h M e n y r e i instr Lc r n ume e o a o nt s mSS r s p p u l P : r e r r i e t e c p t P r h l i O r i y r e e a u s Item t Total owner's p e Cap it al a n s k Undistributed ’ l Share capital e s r h Subtotal equity f s s reserve r profit t u i e e e e p e u r v s r O s r a y e q r t e e r e l h i r r o u c s n v v i d a e t c e v r o o e s t p i s i c m s y t t k e o i c a o k l n s e c u r i t i e s 364,100,000.0 -340,454,153. 0 54,142,850.01 72 77,788,696.29 77,788,696.29 I. Balance as at the end of last year Plus: Changes in account in gp olicies Error correction of the last period II. Balance as at the beginnin gof 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -340,454,153. 77,788,696.29 77,788,696.29 year 0 72 III. Increases/decreases in the period 755,974.01 755,974.01 755,974.01 (i) Total comprehensive income 755,974.01 755,974.01 755,974.01 (ii) Capital contributed or reduced by owners 1.Common shares invested by shareholders 2. Cap it al invested by holders of other equity instruments 3. Amount reckoned into owners equity with share-based pay ment 4. Other (III) Profit distribution 1. Withdrawal of surplus reserves 2. Withdrawal of general risk provisions 3. Distribution for owners (or shareholders) (IV) Internal carry-forward of owners' equity 1. Conversion of capital reserves into p aid-in capital (or share cap it al) 2. Surplus reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 3. Remedying loss with surp lus reserve (V) Sp eci al reserves 1. Withdrawal in the period 2. Use in the p eriod (VI) Others IV. Balance as at the end of the 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -339,698,179. 78,544,670.30 78,544,670.30 period 0 71 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. ConsolidatedStatement of Changes inOwners’ Equity (Cont’) (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Semi-annual of 2018 Equity attributable to owners ofparent comp any Othe O r t equit h e y r instr c G ume o e m n M nt p i L r e P r n e e e o r s h SS a p s e u l r : n p r e s e r i t t p r i c l t P i u e v i u s O y Item r a a t Total owner's e Cap it al a e s k Undistributed ’ Share capital l s i l r h Subtotal equity f c reserve u n r e profit s e a c e e e r O r s s p r p y o e r q r i t me r e h e r o u t s v v i d a e t e e v l r o s i t s s c s y t e k o i c c o k u r n i t i e s 364,100,000.0 -341,107,435. 0 54,142,850.01 91 77,135,414.10 77,135,414.10 I. Balance as at the end of last year Plus: Changes in account in gp olicies Error correction of the last period II. Balance as at the beginningof 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -341,107,435. 77,135,414.10 77,135,414.10 year 0 91 III. Increases/decreases in the 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 period (i) Total comprehensive income 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 (ii) Capital contributed or reduced by owners 1.Common shares invested by shareholders 2. Cap it al invested by holders of other equity instruments 3. Amount reckoned into owners equity with share-based pay ment 4. Other (III) Profit distribution 1. Withdrawal of surplus reserves 2. Withdrawal of general risk provisions 3. Distribution for owners (or shareholders) (IV) Internal carry-forward of owners' equity 1. Conversion of capital reserves into p aid-in capital (or share cap it al) 2. Surplus reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 3. Remedying loss with surp lus reserve (V) Sp eci al reserves 1. Withdrawal in the period 2. Use in the p eriod (VI) Others IV. Balance as at the end of the 364,100,000.0 -339,825,270. period 0 54,142,850.01 33 78,417,579.68 78,417,579.68 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Change of owners’ equity of parent company (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Item Semi-annual of 2019 Other Ot equity he r instrument co Pe Le m Su rp ss: pr Sp rpl etu tre eh eci us Ot Pr al Capital as en al Undistributed he Total owner's Share capital efe reserve ur siv res res profit equity rre ca Ot y e er er r pit he sto inc ve ve d al r s sto ck o ck se me cu riti es I. Balance at the end of the last year 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -340,454,153. 77,788,696.29 0 72 Add: Chan ges of accounting policy Error corr ect ion of the last period Other II. Balance at the beginnin g of this 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -340,454,153. 77,788,696.29 year 0 72 III. Increase/ Decrease in this year 755,475.22 755,475.22 (Decrease is listed with “-”) (i) Total comprehensive income 755,475.22 755,475.22 (ii) Owners’ devoted and decreased cap it al 1.Common shares invested by shareholders 2. Cap it al invested by holders of other equity instruments 3. Amount reckoned into owners equity with share-based pay ment 4. Other (III) Profit distribution 1. Withdrawal of surplus reserves 2. Distribution for owners (or shareholders) 3. Other (IV) Carrying forward internal owners’equity 1. Capital reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 2. Surplus reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 3. Remedying loss with surplus reserve (V) Reasonable reserv e 1. Withdrawal in the report p eriod 2. Usage in the report period (VI)Others IV. Balance at the end of the rep ort 364,100,000.0 -339,698,678. period 0 54,142,850.01 50 78,544,171.51 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren HainanDadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings) Co., Ltd. Change of owners’ equity of parent company (Cont’) (Exp ressed in Renminbi unless otherwise stated) Semi-annual of 2018 Other Ot equity he r instrument co Pe Le m Su rp ss: pr Sp rpl etu tre eh eci us Ot Item Pr Capital as en al Undistributed Total owner's Share capital efe al reserve ur siv res res profit he equity rre ca Ot y e er er r pit he sto inc ve ve d al r s sto ck o ck se me cu riti es 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -341,107,435. 77,135,414.1 I. Balance at the end of the last year 0 91 0 Add: Chan ges of accounting policy Error corr ect ion of the last period Other II. Balance at the beginnin g of this 364,100,000.0 -341,107,435. 77,135,414.1 year 0 54,142,850.01 91 0 III. Increase/ Decrease in this year 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 (Decrease is listed with “-”) (i) Total comprehensive income 1,282,165.58 1,282,165.58 (ii) Owners’ devoted and decreased cap it al 1.Common shares invested by shareholders 2. Cap it al invested by holders of other equity instruments 3. Amount reckoned into owners equity with share-based pay ment 4. Other (III) Profit distribution 1. Withdrawal of surplus reserves 2. Distribution for owners (or shareholders) 3. Other (IV) Carrying forward internal owners’equity 1. Capital reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 2. Surplus reserves conversed to cap it al (share capital) 3. Remedying loss with surplus reserve (V) Reasonable reserv e 1. Withdrawal in the report p eriod 2. Usage in the report period (VI)Others IV. Balance at the end of the rep ort 364,100,000.0 54,142,850.01 -339,825,270. 78,417,579.6 period 0 33 8 Legal Representative: Yuan Xiaoping AccountingPrincipal: Fu Zongren TheAccountingFirm’s Principal: Fu Zongren Hainan Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdings)Co., Ltd. NOTES TO FINANCIALSTATEMENT SEMI-ANNUAL2019 1. Company basic information 1.1 Company Profile Hainan Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Ho ldings) Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”), was founded as a standardized LLC on April 26, 1993, reorganized and incorporated on the basis of the former Hain an Sanya Dadonghai Tourism Centre Development Ltd. and approved by the Hainan Provincial Stock System Experimentation Leading Team Office with a document of Qiong Gu Ban Zi [1993] No. 11. On May 6, 1996, the Company underwent a restructuring and acorresponding division under the approval of the Hainan Provincial Securities Admin is tration Office with a document of Qiong Zheng Ban [1996] No. 58. On October 8, 1996 and January 28, 1997, the Company, with duly approval, went public by issuing 80 million shares of B stock and 14 million shares of A stock respectively on Shenzhen Security Exchange. On June 20, 2007, the Company experienced a reform of non-tradable shares, through which non-tradable share holders of the Company got circulating right of their shares by paying shares to tradable share holders, and tradable share holders got paid three shares for every ten of their shares. The Company operates business in the industry of tourism and catering services. As at 30 June 2019, the Company's accumulative total issued capital was 364.1 million shares and the Company's registered capital was RMB 364.1 million. Legal representative: Yuan Xiaoping. Un ified social credit code: 91460000201357188U. Domicile: Dadonghai, Hedong District, Sanya. Business scope: Accommodation and catering industry (limited to branches); photography; flower bonsai, knitwear, general merchandise, hardware, chemical products (except franchised operations), daily necessities, industrial means of production (except franchised operations), metal materials, machinery equipment; sales of train, bus, vehicle tickets on an agent basis etc. The Company's largest shareholder is Luoniushan Co., Ltd. 1.2 Scope to the consolidatedfinancial statements Scope of the consolidated financial statement for the period has no changes, the subs idiary included into the Company's scope of consolidated financ ialstatements is as follows: Name Relationship withthe Comp any Hainan Wengao Tourist Resources Development Co., Ltd. Awholly-owned subsidiary The financial statements were approved by the board of directors of the Company on 8 August 2019 for disclosure. 2. Basis of preparation of the financial statements 2.1. Preparation basis Based on going concern and according to actually occurred transactions and events, theCompany prepared financial statements in accordance with the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises — Basic Standards and the specific accounting standards, Application Guidance to the Ac c ount ing Standards for Business Enterprises, the interpretation of the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises and other relevant provisions (hereinafter referred to collectively as the "Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises"), as well as the disclosure provisions of the Rules for the Compilat ion and Submission of Information Disclosure by Companies Offering Securities to the Pub lic No.15 - General Requ irements for Financial Reports (Revised in 2014). 2.2. Going concern The Company currently has sufficient working capital and normal operating conditions. It is estimated that the operating activities of the Company will continue in the next 12 months. 3. Significant accounting policies and accounting estimates Main accounting policies and accounting estimates have no changes in the period 3.1. Statement on compliance with the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises The financial statements prepared by the Company comply with the requirements of the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises, and truly and completely present the financial position, operating results, cash flows of theCompany and other related information. 3.2. Accounting period The accounting year is from January 1 to December 31 in calendar year. 3.3. Operating cycle The Company's operating cycle is 12 months. 3.4. Reporting currency The Company adopts RMBas its reporting currency. 3.5. Scope of consolidation (aggregation) of financial statements As of 30 June 2018, the scope of consolidation (aggregation) of financial statement inc lud ing the independ ent accounting of the non-legal person - South China Grand Hotel of Hainan Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Ho ldings ) Co., Ltd 3.6. Recognition criteria of cash and cash equivalents For the purpose of preparing the statement of cash flows, the term “cash” refers to the cash on hand and the unrestricted deposit. The term “cash equivalents” refers to short-term (maturing within three months from acquisition) and high ly liqu id investments that are readily c onvertib le to known amounts of cash and which aresubject to an insignificant risk of change in value. 3.7. Foreign currency transactions and conversion forstatement in foreign languages Foreign currency transactions are converted into RMB for recording purpose at the spot exc han ge rate on the date when the transaction occurs. Balances of foreign currency monetary items are measured at the spot exchange rate on the balance sheet date. The exchange difference arising wherefrom shall be included in the current profit and loss, except that those exchange differences arising from the special borrowings of foreign currency related to the acquired and constructed assets qualified for capitalization shall be dealt with according to the principle of borrowing cost capitalization. Foreign currency non-monetary items measured at historical costs shall still be converted at the spot exchange rates on the date when the transactions occur, and the amount in functional currency shall remain unchanged. Foreign currency non-monetary items measured at fair value shall be translated at thespot exchange rates on the date when the fair value is determined. The exchange difference arising wherefrom shall be included in the current profit and loss or capital reserves. 3.8. Financial instruments Financial instruments include financial assets, financial liab ilities and equity instruments. 1) Classification of financial instruments Financial assets and liabilities are classified into the following categories according to the purpose of ac quis ition : fin ancial assets or financial liabilit ies measured at fair value and whose variation is included in the current profit and loss, including financial assets or financial liab ilities held for trading and financial assets or financial liabilit ies directly designated to be measured at fair value through current profit and loss, held-to-maturity investments, accounts receivab les , available-for-sale financial assets and other financial liabilities, etc. 2) Recognition basis and measurement method of financial instruments 1) Financial assets (financial liab ilities) measured at fair valu e and whose variation is included in the current profit and loss Financial assets (financial liab ilities ) are initially recorded at fair values when acquired (deducting cash dividends that have been declared but not distributed and bond interests that have matured but not been drawn). Relevant transaction expenses are included in the current profit and loss. The interests or cash dividends to be received during the holding period are recognized as investment income. Change in fair values is included in the current profit and loss at the end of theperiod. Difference between the fair value and in itial book-entry value is recognized as investment income upon disposal; meanwhile, adjustment is made to gains or losses from changes in fair values. 2) Held-to-maturity inv es tments Held-to-maturity investments are init ia lly recorded at fair values plus the related trade expenses when acquired (deducting bond interests that have matured but not been drawn). The interest revenue calculated at amortization cost and effective interest rate (nominal interest rate is adopted when the difference between the actual interest rate and the nominal interest rate is minor) during the holding period is recognized as investment income. Effective interest is recognized when obtained, and remains unchanged in the predictable hold ing period or applicable shorter period. The difference between the amount received and the book value of the investment is included in the investment profit and loss upon disposal. 3) Accounts receivable For creditor ’s rights rec eivab le arising from external sales of goods or rendering of service by the Company and other creditor's rights of other enterprises (excluding liability instrument s quoted in an active market) held by the Company, including accounts receivable, other receivables, notes receivable and prepayments, etc., the initial recognition amount shall be the contract price or agreement price receivable from purchasing party. Accounts receivable with financing nature are in itially recognized at their present values. The difference between the amount received and the book value of the accounts receivable is included in the current profit and loss upon recovery or disposal. 4) Ava ilab le-for-s ale financial assets Available-for-sale financial assets are init ia lly recorded at fair valu es plus the related trade expenses when acquired (deducting cash dividends that have been declared but not been paid or bond interests that have matured but not been drawn). The interests or cash dividends to be received during the holding period are recognized as investment income. It is measured in fair value at the end of the period and change in fair values is included in other comprehensive income at the end of the period. However, the equity instrument investments unquoted in an active market and whose fair value cannot be measured reliab ly, and the derivative financial assets which are connected with the said equity instrument and must be settled by delivering the said equity instrument shall be measured on thecosts basis. The difference between the amount received and the book value of the financial asset is included in the investment profit and loss upon disposal. Meanwhile, the corresponding part of fair value accumulated change accounted as other comprehensive income is transferred into investment profit or loss. 5) Other financial liab ilities Other financial liab ilities are init ially recognized at the sum of fair value and transaction expenses and subsequently measured at amortized costs. 3) Recognition basis and measurement method of transfer of financial assets When transfer of financial assets occurs, if nearly all of the risks and rewards of ownership of the financial assets have been transferred to the transferee, the Company derecognizes the financial assets; if nearly all of the risks and rewards of ownership of the financial assets are retained, the Company shall not derecognize the financial assets. The principle of substance over form is adopted to determine whether the transfer of a financial asset satisfies the criteria as described above for derecognition of a financial asset. The Company shall classify the transfer of a financial asset into the entire transfer and thepartial transfer of financial asset. If theentire transfer of financial asset satisfies the criteria for derecognition, the difference between the amounts of the following two items shall be included in the current profit and loss: 1) The book value of thetransferred financial asset; 2) The sum of theconsideration received from the transfer and the accumulated amount of thechanges in fair value originally and d irec tly included in owners’ equity (the situation where the financial asset transferred is an availab le-for-s ale financial asset is involved in) If the partial transfer of financial asset satisfies the criteria for derecognition, the entire book value of the transferred financial asset shall be split into the derecognized and recognized part according to their respective fair value and the difference between the amounts of the following two items shall be included in the current profit and loss: 1) The book value of derecognized part; 2) The sum of the consideration for the derecognized part and the portion of derecognition corresponding to the accumulated amount of the changes in fair value originally and directly included in owners’ equity (the situation where thefinancial asset transferred is an availab le -for-s ale financial asset is involved in). If thetransfer of financial assets does not meet the derecognition criteria, the financial assets shall continue to be recognized, and theconsideration received will be recognized as afinancial liab ility. 4) Derecognition criteria of financial liabilities A financial liability shall be totally or partly derecognized if its present obligat ions are totally or partly dissolved. Where the Company enters into an agreement with a creditor so as to substitute the existing financial liabilities with any new financial liab ility, and the new financial liab ility is substantially different from the contractual s tipulatio ns regarding the existing financial liability, it shall derecognize the existing financial liability, and shall at the same time recognize a new financial liab ility. Where substantial revisions are made to some or all of the contractual stipulations of the existing financial liability, the Company shall derecognize the existing financial liability totally or partly, and at the same time recognize the financial liab ility with revised contractual stipulat ions as a new financial liab ility. Upon total or partial derecognition of financial liab ilities , the difference between the book value of the financial liabilit ies derecognized and the c onsiderat ion paid (inc lu d ing non-cash assets surrendered or new financial lia bilit ies assumed) shall be included in the current profit and loss. Where the Company redeems part of its financial liab ilities , it shall, on the redemption date, allocate the entire book value of whole financial liabilities according to the comparative fair value of the part that continues to be recognized and the de-recognized part. The difference between the book value allocated to the derecognized part and the considerations paid (inc lud ing non-cash assets surrendered and the new financial lia bilit ies assumed) shall be included in the current profit and loss. 5) Method of determining the fairvalue of financial assets and financial liabilities For financial instruments with active market, their fair values are determined with quoted market price. For financial instruments without active market, their fair values are determ ined by using valuation technique. During the valuation, the Company use valuation techniques that are appropriate in the circumstances and for which sufficient data and other information are availab le to measure fair value, select inputs that are consistent with the characteristics of the asset or liab ility that market participants would take into account in a transaction for the asset or liab ility, and give priority to the use of relevant observable inputs. Unobs ervab le inputs are only adopted when relevant observable inputs cannot be obtained or are impracticable to obtain. 6) Providing of impairment provision on financial assets (exclude receivable accounts) The Company performs inspection on the book value of financial assets apart from those financial assets measured at fair value through current profit and loss on the balance sheet date. Impairment provision is required if objec tiv e evidences of impairment occurs to the financial assets. 1) Impairment provision of availab le-for-s ale financial assets: If thereis a serious decline in fair value of the availab le-for-s ale financial assets at the end of the period, or such decline is not temporary after considering various factors, the impairment shall be confirmed, the accumulated losses due to decreases in fair value previously included in owner’s equity shall be reversed, and the impairment loss shall be recognized. If, in a subsequent period, thecarrying amount of available-for-sale debt instruments investments increases and the increase can be related objectively to an event occurring after the impairment was recognized, the previously recognized impairment losses are reversed, included in current profit or loss. The impairment losses of available-for-sale equity instruments cannot be reversed through profit or loss. 2) Impairment provision of held-to-maturity investment: Measurement of held-to-maturity investment impairment loss is governed by measurement of account receivables impairment loss. 3.9. Account receivable 1) Account receivable with individually significant amount and with bad debt provision accrual independently Basis and standard for "individually Top 5 accounts receivable and other rec eivab les by individual signif icant" amount at the end of theyear The Comp any will sep arat ely conduct an impairment test on an individual basis and the allowance for b ad debts will be made at the lower of the p resent value of the expected future cash flow and the Methods forp rovision for bad debts book value thereof and included in current profit and loss. Those do of receiv ables with individually not imp air after the separate test shall be included into signif icant amount: corresponding p ortfolio for p rovision for bad debts. If separate test indicates that there is imp airment of rec eivab les, they shall not be included the receivables portfolio with similar risk credit characteristics for an impairment test. 2) Receivables with bad debt provision accrual by credit portfolio: Portfolio Methods forp rovision for bad debts Receivables p rovided for bad Aginganalysis debts on a portfolio basis Aging Provision ratio for receiv ables Proportion ratio for other receivables Within 1 year (inclusive) 0.00% 0.00% 1-2 years 5.00% 5.00% 2-3 years 15.00% 15.00% 3-4 years 25.00% 25.00% 4-5 years 50.00% 50.00% Over 5 years 100.00% 100.00% 3) Accounts rece ivable with individually insignificant amounts and individual allowance for bad debt At the end of the year,there are objective evidences showin g that the individual b alances below top five are imp aired ; for Reasons for separateprovision of allowance examp le, the debtor is dissolved, bankrup t s or dies, and for bad debts therefore the receivables cannot be recovered after the bankrup t cy p roperty orthe estate is repaid. if there is an objective evidence that the imp airment on receiv ables has occurred, such receivables shall be separated from relevant portfolio to conduct impairment test sep arat ely, Provision method of allowance for bad based on which the impairment losses are recognized. debts Receivables other than accounts receivable and other receivables are subject to impairment provision by usingthe specific identification methods. 3.10. Inventories 1) Classification Inventories are classified into : raw materials, stock commodities, low-cost consumables, good materials, fuel, etc. 2) Valuation method of inventories dispatched Stock commodity is accounted for at the selling price and the difference between the purchase and sale prices are adjusted on a monthly basis by using the integrated price difference rate. The purchase and storage of all materials of inventories is measured at actual cost, and by using the first-in first-out method when applied for use. Low-cost consumables are amortized at lump-sum method when applied for use. 3) Determining basis of the net realizable value of inventories and method for inventory impairment provision After thecomprehensive inventory count at the end of the period, provisions for inventory depreciation reserve aremadeor adjusted at the lower of theircosts or netrealizable values. For merchandise inventories for direct sale, including stock commodities, goods in progress and materia ls for sale, during normal operations, their net realizable values are recognized at the estimated selling prices minus the estimated selling expenses and the relevant taxes and surcharges; for material inventories held for production, their net realizab le values are recognized at the estimated selling prices of finished goods minus estimated costs until c omplet ion, estimated selling expenses and relevant taxes and surcharges. The provisions for inventory depreciation reserve are made on an ind ividu a l basis at the end of the period; for inventories with large quantit ies and relativ ely low unit prices, the provisions for inventory depreciation reserve are made on a category basis. For inventories related to the product portfolios manufactured and sold in the same area, and of which the final usage or purpose is identical or similar thereto, and which is difficult to separate from other items for measurement purposes, the provisions for inventory depreciation reserve are made on a portfolio basis. Where the previous factors affecting the written-down of the value of inventory have disappeared, the amount of write-down shall be resumed and be reversed from the original provision for inventory devaluation with the reversal being included in current profit and loss. 4) Inventory system The perpetual inventory system is adopted for accounting. 5) Amortization methods forlow-cost consumables and pack aging materials 1)Low-cost consumables are amortized at lump-sum method; 2) Packaging materials: lump-sum write-off method. 3.11. Long-term equity investments 1) Judgment criteria for common control and significant influence Joint control refers to thecontrol shared over an arrangement in accordancewith the relevant stipulations, and the decision-making of related activities of the arrangement should not be made before the party sharing the control right agrees the same. Where the Company exercises joint control over the investee together with other parties to the joint venture and enjoys the right on the investee's net assets, theinvestee is a joint venture of the Company. Significant influence refers to the power to participate in making decisions on the financial and operating policies of an enterprise, such as appointing representative to the board of directors or similar organs of authority of the investee, but not the power to control the investee, or jointly control, the formulation of such policies with other parties. Wherean investor is able to have significant influences on an investee, the investee shall be the Company's associate. 2) Determining of initial investment cost 1) Long-term equity investment acquired from business combination Business combination under the common control: if the Company pays a consideration to the combinee in cash, by transferring non-cash assets or by assuming debts, the share of book value of its owners' equity in the combinee in the consolidated financial statements of the ultimate controlling party shall be regarded, on the merger date, as theinit ia l investment cost of the long-term equity investment. If there is a difference between the init ia l investment cost of the long-term equity investment and the total of book values of the paid cash, transferred non-cash assets and of assumed debts as well as the face value of issued share, the difference shall be used to adjust the share premium in the capital reserve; and if the share premium in the capital reserve is insufficient to be offset, retained earnings shall be adjusted. In case the Company can exercise control over the investee under common control for additional investment or other reasons, the initial investment cost of long-term equity investments is recognized at the share of book value of net asset of the acquiree after the combination in the consolidated financial statements of the ultimate controller on the combination date. The stock premium should be adjusted at the difference between the init ial investment cost of long-term equity investments on thecombination date and the book value of long-term equity investments before the combination p lus the book value of consideration paid for additional shares; if there is no sufficient stock premium for write -dow ns , the retained earn ings are adjusted. Business combination not under the common control: the Company recognizes the combination cost determined on the combination date as the init ia l cost of long-term equity investments. Where the Company can control the investee not under common control from additional investments, the initial investment cost should bechanged to beaccounted for under thecost method and recognized at the sum of the book value of equity investments originally held and n ewly increased investment cost. Under business combination not under the common control, the auditing, legal services, consulting and other intermediary fees and other related admin is trative expenses for business combination will be included into current profit and loss upon occurrence; the transaction costs for the issuance of equity securities or debt securities shall be included into the init ia l recognition amount of equity securities or debt securities. 2) Long-term equity investments obtained by other means For long-term equity investments acquired from making payments in cash, the initial cost is the actually paid purchasecost. For long-term equity investments acquired from issuance of equity securities, the initial investment cost is the fair value of the issued equity securities. If the exchange of non-monetary assets has commercial substance and the fair values of assets traded out and traded in can be measured reliab ly, the in itia l cost of long-term equity investment traded in with non-monetary assets are determined based on the fair values of the assets traded out and therelevant taxes and surcharges payable unless there is any conclusive evidence that the fair values of the assets traded in are more reliab le; if the exchange of non-monetary assets does not meet the above criteria, the book value of the assets traded out and the relevant taxes and surcharges payable are recognized as the initial cost of long-term equity investment traded in. For long-term equity investment acquired from debt restructuring, the initial cost is determined based on the fair value. 3. Subsequent measurements and recognition of gain orloss 1) Long-term equity investment under cost method Long-term equity inv es tments in subsidiaries are accounted for under the cost method. Except for the actual price paid for acquisition of investment or the cash dividends or profits contained in the consideration which have been declared but not yet distributed, the Company recognizes the investment income in the current year at thecash dividends or profits declared by theinvestee. 2) Long-term equity investment accounted for in the equity method The Company's long-term equity investments in associates and joint ventures are accounted for by using the equity method. If the init ia l cost is more than the share of thefair value of the investee' identifiab le net asset to which the Company shall be entitled when investing, the initial cost of the long-term equity investment will not be ad jus ted. If the initial cost of a long-term equity investment is less than the share of the fair value of the investee's identifiab le net asset to which the Company shall be entit led when investing, the differenceshall be inc lud ed in the current profit or loss. The Company respectively recognizes the investment income and other comprehensive income according to the shares of net profit or loss and other comprehensive income realized by the investee that should enjoyed or assumed by the Company, and adjusts the book value of long-term equity investment; according to the profit declared to be distributed by the investee or thepart shall be enjoyed cash dividends calculation, to reduce the book value of long-term equity investment correspondingly; for other changesin owners' equity excepting for ex all profit or loss of the investee, other comprehensive income and profit distribut ion, the book value of long-term equity investment shall be ad jus ted and included in the owners' equity. When recognizing the share of net profit or loss of the investee that theCompany shall enjoy, based on fair value of various identifiable assets and others of the investee on acquisition and according to accounting policies and accounting periods of the Company, the Company shall recognize such share after making adjustments to net profit of the investee. When holding the investment, the investee should prepare the consolidated financial statements, it shall account for the investment income based on the net profit, other comprehensive income and thechanges in other owner's equity attributable to the investee. The Company shall write off the part of incomes from internal unrealized transactions between the Company and associates and joint ventures which are attributable to the Company according to the corresponding ratio and recognize the profit and loss on investments on such basis. Where the losses from internal transactions between the Company and the investee fall into the scope of assets impairment loss, the full amount of such losses should be recognized. For transactions on investments or sales of assets between the Company and associates and joint ventures, wheresuch assets constitute business, they should be accounted for according to therelevant policies. When the Company recognizes its share of loss incurred to the investee, treatment shall be done in the following sequence: firstly, the book value of the long-term equity investment shall be reduced; secondly, where the book value thereof is insufficient to cover the share of losses, investment losses are recognized to the extent of book value of other long-term equities which form net investment in the investee in substance and the book value of long term receivables shall be reduced. Finally, after all the above treatments, if the Company is still responsible for any additional liability in accordancewith the provisions stipulated in the investment contracts or agreements, provisions are recognized and included into current investment loss according to the obligations estimated to undertake. An investing party shall recognize the net loss incurred by the invested entity until the book value of the long-term equity investment and other long-term interests which substantially form the net investment in the invested entity are reduced to zero, unless the investing party is obliged to undertake extra losses. If the invested entity realizes any net profit later, the investing party shall, after the amount of its attributable share of profits offsets its attributable share of the unrecognized losses, resume recognizing its attributable share of profits. 3) Disposal of long-term equity investments For disposal of long-term equity investments, the difference between the book value and the actual price shall be included into the current profit or loss. Where a long-term equity investment is accounted for under the equity method, accounting treatment should be made on the part which is originally included in other comprehensive income according to corresponding ratio by using the same basis for the investee to directly dispose of the relevant assets or liabilities when the investments are disposed of. Owner's equity recognized from the investee's changes in other owner's equity other than net profit or loss, other comprehensive income and profit distribution should all transferred to thecurrent profit and loss in proportion. In case the joint control or significant influence over the investee is lost for disposing part of equity investments or other reasons, the remaining equ ity will be changed to be accounted for according to the recognition and measurement principles of financial instruments. The difference between the fair value and the book value on the date of the loss of joint control or significant influence should be included in the current profit and loss. As to other comprehensive income recognized based on measurement of the original equ ity investment under the equ ity method, accounting treatment shall be made on the same basis as would be required if the investee had directly disposed of the assets or liabilit ies related thereto when measurement under the equity method is terminated. Owner's equity recognized from the investee's changes in other owner's equity other than net profit or loss, other comprehensive income and profit distribut ion should all transferred to the current profit and loss when the equity method confirmed is no longer adopted. Where the Company loses the control over the investee due to disposal of partial equity investments or other reasons, when it prepares separate financial statements, the remaining equ ity after disposal that can joint ly control or have significant influence on the investee will be measured at the equity method, and the remaining equity should be deemed to have been adjusted at equity method on acquisition; If the remaining equ ity after disposal cannot exercise joint control or significant influ enc e on the investee, such investments should be accounted for according to the provisions on the recognition and measurement of financial instruments and the difference between fair value and book value on the date of loss of the control should be included in the current profit and loss. Where the disposed equities are acquired by the enterprise c ombinat ion due to the reasons such as addit iona l investment, the remaining equit ies after the disposal arecalculated based on thecost method or equity method in preparing the indiv idu al financial statements, and other comprehensive income and other owners' equity recognized because of the equity method adopted for the calculation of the equity investment held prior to the purchase date are carried forward in proportion; the remaining equities after the disposal are changed to be made in accordance with the relevant provisions in the recognition and measurement criteria of financial instruments while other comprehensive income and other owners' equity are carried forward in full. 3.12. Investment property Measurement mode Measured by cost method Depreciation or amortization method Investment properties are properties to earn rentals or for capital appreciation or both. Examples include land leased out under operating leases, land held for long-term capital appreciation, bu ildings leased out under operating leases, (including build ings that have been constructed or developed for future lease out under operating leases, and build ings that are being constructed or developed for future lease out under operating leases). The Company measures the existing investment properties by using the cost model. For investment property measured by using the cost model, the buildings for lease shall be depreciated by using policies the same as used for fixed assets of the Company, and the land use rights for lease shall be amortized by using the same policies as applicable to intangible assets. 3.13. Fixed assets 1) Recognition criteria of fixed assets Fixed assets refer to the tangible assets held for the purpose of producing commodities, rendering services, renting or business management with useful lives exceeding one year. Fix ed assets are recognized when they simultaneously meet the following conditions: (1) It is probable that the economic benefits relating to the fixed assetswill flow into the Company; and (2) Thecosts of thefixed asset can bemeasured reliab ly. 2) Depreciation method of fixed assets Asset type Depreciation method Year for Residual Yearly depreciation depreciation value rate rate Houses and buildin gs St raight -lin e method 20-40 5 4.75-2.37 Mechanical equipment St raight -lin e method 8-20 5 11.87-4.75 Entertainment equipment St raight -lin e method 5-16 5 19-5.93 Transportation St raight -lin e method 7-12 5 13.57-7.91 equip ment 3.14. Construction in progress The book-entry values of the fixed assets arestated at total expenditures incurred before reaching working condition for their intended use. For construction in progress that has reached working conditions for its intended use but for which the completion of settlement has not been handled, it shall be transferred into fixed assets at the estimated value according to the project budget, construction price or actual cost, etc. from the date when it reaches the working conditions for its intended use. The fixed assets shall be depreciated in accordance with the Company’s policy on fixed asset depreciation. Ad jus tment shall be made to the originally and provisionally estimated value based on the actual cost after the completion of settlement is handled, but depreciation already provided will not be adjusted. 3.15 Borrowing costs 1) Recognition principles of capitalization of borrowing costs Borrowing costs include the interest of borrowings, the amortizat ion of discount or premium, auxiliary expenses, exchange differences incurred by foreign currency borrowings, etc. The borrowing costs incurred to the Company and directly attributable to the acquisition and construction or production of assets elig ible for c apitalizat ion should be capitalized and recorded into relevant asset costs; other borrowing costs should be recognized as costs according to the amount incurred and be included into the current profit and loss. Assets elig ible for c apitalizat ion refer to fixed assets, investment property, inventories and other assets which may reach their intended use or sale status only after long-time acquisition and construction or production activities. Borrowing costs may becapitalized only when all the following conditions are met at thesame time: 1) Asset disbursements, which include those incurred by cash payment, the transfer of non-cash assets or the undertaking of interest-bearing debts for acquiring and constructing or producing assets elig ible for capitalization, have already been incurred; 2) Borrowing costs have already been incurred; 3) Purchase, construction or manufacturing activities that are necessary to prepare the assets for their intended use are in progress. 2) Capitalization period of borrowing costs Capitalizat ion period refers to the period from commencement of capitalization of borrowing costs to its cessation; period of suspension forcapitalization is excluded. Capitalizat ion of borrowing costs should cease when the acquired and constructed or produced assets eligible for capitalization have reached theworking condition for their intended use or sale. When some projects among the acquired and constructed or produced assets elig ible for capitalization are completed and can be used separately, the capita lizat ion of borrowing costs of such projects s hou ld be ceased. If all parts of the acquired and constructed or produced assets arecompleted but the assets cannot be used or sold externally until overall complet ion, the capitalization of borrowing costs should be ceased at the time of overall c omplet ion of the said assets. 3) Period of suspension for capitalization If the acquisition and construction or production activities of assets eligible for c apitalizat ion are abnormally interrupted and such condition lasts for more than three months, the capitalizat ion of borrowing costs should be suspended; if the interruption is necessary procedures for the acquired, constructed or produced assets eligib le for capitalization to reach the working conditions for its intended use or sale, the borrowing costs continue to be capitalized. Borrowing costs incurred during the interruption are recognized as thecurrent profit and loss and continue to becapitalized until the acquisition, construction or production of the asset restarts. 4) Calculation of capitalization amount of borrowing costs As for special borrowings borrowed for acquiring and constructing or producing assets eligib le for capitalization, borrowing costs of special borrowing actually incurred in the current period less the interest income of the borrowings unused and deposited in bank or return on temporary investment should be recognized as thecapitalization amount of borrowing costs. As for general borrowings used for acquiring and constructing or producing assets elig ible for capitalization, the interest of general borrowings to becapitalized should be calculated by multiply ing the weighted average of asset disbursements of the part of accumulated asset disbursements exceeding special borrowings at end of each month by the capitalization rate of used general borrowings. The capitalization rate is calculated by weighted average interest rate of general borrowings. As for borrowings with discount or premium, the to-be-amortized discount or premium in each accounting period should be recognized by effective interest rate method, and the interest for each period should be adjusted. 3.16. Intangible assets 1) Valuation method of intangible assets 1) The Company init ia lly measures intangible assets atcost on acquisition; The costs of externally purchased intangible assets include purchase prices, relevant taxes and surcharges and other directly attributable expenditures incurred to prepare the assets for their intended use. If the payment for an intangib le asset is delayed beyond the normal credit conditions and it is of the financing nature, thecost of the intangible asset shall be determined on the basis of the current value of the purchase price. For an intangib le asset obtained in debt restructuring by a debtor for thesettlement of relevant liab ility, the book-entry value shall be initially recognized based on the fair value of the intangible asset. Difference between the book value of restructured debts and thefair value of the int ang ible asset used for debt off-set shall be included in the current profit or loss; On the premise that non-monetary assets trade is of commercial nature and the fair value of the assets traded in or out can be measured reliably, the intangible assets traded in with non-monetary assets should be recognized at the fair value of the assets traded out, unless any unambiguous evidence ind ic ates that the fair value of the assets traded in is more reliable; as to the non-monetary assets trade not meeting the aforesaid premise, the book value of the assets traded out and related taxes and surcharges payable should be recognized as thecost of theintangib le assets, with gains or losses not recognized. For intangible assets acquired from business combination under common control, theinitial book valu e are init ially recognized at the book value of the combinee; for intang ible assets acquired from business combination not under common control, the init ia l book value are init ially recognized at the fair value. Costs of intangible assets developed internally and independently include: the costs of materials and labor services used to develop the intangible assets, the registration fee, the amortization of other patents and franchise used in the process of development, the interest expenses meeting the condition for capitalization, and other direct expenses for preparing the intangib le assets for their intended use. 2) Subsequent measurement The useful lives of the intangib le assets are analyzed and determined on their acquisition. For intangib le assets with definite useful lives, the Company shall adopt the straight-line method for amortization within the period during which they can bring economic benefits to the Company; where the period during which they can bring economic benefits to the Company cannot beforecast, those intangib le assets shall be deemed as assetswith indefinite lives and no amortization will be made. 2) Estimates of useful lives of intangible assets with definite useful lives Item Estimated useful lives Basis Land use rights 50 years Use term for the land use right title 3) Judgment basis for intangible assets with indefinite useful lives As at the balance sheet date, the Company has no intangible assets with indefin ite useful lives. 3.17. Impairment of long-term assets For the long-term equity investments, investment properties, fixed assets, construction in progress, intangible assets, and other long-term assets measured at cost model, if there are signs of impairment, an impairment test will be conducted on the balance sheet date. If impairment test results indicate that the recoverable amounts of the assets are lower than their book value, the provision for impairment is made based on the differences, which are recognized as impairment losses. The recoverable amounts of intangible assets are the higher of their fair values less costs to sell and the present values of the future cash flows expected to be derived from the assets. The assets impairment provision is calculated and made on an ind ividu a l basis. If it is difficult for the Company to estimate the recoverable amount of the individual asset, the recoverable amount of an asset group to which the said asset belongs to will be determined. Asset group is the minimum combination of assets that can independently generate cash inflows. After the losses from asset impairment are recognized, they arenot reversed in subsequent periods. 3.18. Long-term deferredexpenses Long-term deferred expenses refer to various expenses which have been already incurred but will be born in the reporting period and in the futurewith an amortization period of over one year. 1) Amortization method Long-term deferred expenses are evenly amortized over the beneficial period 2) Amortization period Item Amortizationperiod Hotel exterior decoration 4-year Fire stairs renovation 4-year C FLOOR ROOM RENOVATION 5-year Villa renovation 5-year Swimmingpool renovation 5-year 3.19. Employee compensation 1) Accounting method for short-term compensation During the accounting period when employees serve the Company, the actual short-term compensation is recognized as liab ilit ies and included in current profit and loss or costs associated with assets. The appropriate amount of employee compensation payable will be determined during the accounting period when the employees provide services for the Company based on the medical insurance, work injury insurance and maternity insurance and other social insurance and housing fund paid by the Company for employees, as well as trade union funds and employee educ at ion funds withdrawn according to provisions at the accrual basis and accrual ratio. The employee benefits in the non-monetary form shall be measured at fair value. 2) Accounting method for post-employment benefits The Company will pay basic old-age insurance and unemployment insurance in accordance with relevant provisions of the local government for employees. During the accounting period when they provide services for the Company, the amount payable will be calculated at the basis and proportion specified by local authorit ies , recognized as a liab ility and charged into current profit and loss or costs associated with assets. 3) Accounting method for dismiss welfare Where the Company cannot unilaterally withdraw the dismissal welfare offered in view of thecancellation of the labor relation plan or the layoff proposal, or recognizes the cost or expenses as to the restructuring involving the payment of d is mis s al welfare (whichever is earlier), the employee compensation arising from thedismissal welfare should be recognized as the liab ilit ies and charged to thecurrent profit or loss. 3.20. Estimated liabilities When the Company is invo lved in litigation, debt guarantees, loss-making contract, reorganization matters, if such matters are likely to besatisfied by delivery of assets or provision of services in the future and the amount can be measured reliably, they shall be recognized as estimated liabilities. 1) Recognition criteria forestimated liabilities When an obligat ion relating to a contingency meets all the following conditions at the same time, it is recognized as an estimated liab ility: 1) Such obligation is a present oblig ation of the Company; 2) The performanceof such obligation may well cause outflows of economic benefits from the Company; and 3) The amount of such obligat ion can be meas ured reliab ly. 2) Measurement method of estimated liabilities The estimated liabilities of the Company are initially measured as the best estimate of expenses required for theperformance of relevant present obligations. When the Company determin es the best estimate, it should have a comprehensive consideration of risks with respect to contingencies, uncertainties and the time value of money. If the time value of money is significant, the best estimates will be determined after discount of relevant future cash outflows. The best estimates shall be treated as follows in different circumstances: If there is continuous range (or interval) for the necessary expenses, and probabilities of occurrence of all the outcomes within this range are equal, the best estimates will be determined at the average amount of upper and lower limits within the range. If thereis no continuous range(or interval) for the necessary expenses, or probabilities of occurrence of all the outcomes within this range are unequal despite such a range exists, in case that the contingency involves a single item, the best estimate shall be determ ined at the most likely outcome; if the contingency involves two or more items, the best estimate should be determined according to all the pos s ib le outcomes with their relevant probabilities. When all or part of the expenses necessary for the settlement of estimated liabilit ies of the Company are expected to be compensated by a third party, the compensation shall be separately recognized as an asset only when it is virtually certain to be received. The compensation recognized shall not exceed the book value of the estimated liab ilities. 3.21. Revenue 1) Recognition and measurement principles forrevenues from sale of goods 1) General recognition and measurement principles for revenue from sales of goods Income from sales of goods is recognized when the Company has transferred to the buyer the significant risks and rewards of ownership of the goods; the Company retains neither continuous management rights associated with ownership of the goods sold nor effective control over the goods sold; the relevant amount of income can be measured reliably; it is high ly likely that the economic benefits associated with the transaction will flow into the Company; and the relevant amount of cost incurred or to be incurred can be measured reliab ly. 2) Recognition criteria and time of revenue from sale of goods of the Company In the provision of hotel housing services at thesame time, the Company provides goods to customers and will prepare daily sales list after confirming with the Rooms Department and the hotel front desk. Based on the sales list, the finance department confirms that the major risks and rewards of ownership of the goods have been transferred to thecustomer and then thesales revenue is recognized. 2) Recognition and measurement principles of revenue from rendering of service 1) For the hotel rooms, catering (breakfast) and other services to be provided by the Company, after they are provided, and the Company checks with the sales department and the front check, the Company will prepare the daily sales reports and accounts receivable list to thefinance department, whichwill review the same, after which, therevenue will be recognized. 2) For the revenue from restaurants and venues contracted out, they will be recognized in accordancewith the period stipulated in the contract or agreement and thecollection tim ing. 3) Recognition basis forrevenue from transferof right to use assets When the economic benefit related to the transaction is probably to flow into the Company and the relevant revenue can be reliab ly measured, the revenue from transfer of the asset use right is determined as follows: the revenue from transferring use right of assets shall be recognized based on the following circumstances: 1) The amount of interest income is determined based on the time and effective interest rate for others to use the monetary funds of the Company. 2) The amount of revenue from usage is determined based on the charging time and method as agreed in relevant contract or agreement. 3.22. Government subsidies 1) Judgment criteria and accounting method forgovernment subsidies related to assets Set off the book value of related assets or be recognized as deferred income. Government subsidies related to assets are recognized as deferred income to be evenly distributed over the useful lives of the relevant assets and shall be recorded in current profit or loss by stages in a reasonable and systematic manner. Government subsidies measured in nominal amounts, aredirectly included in current profits and losses. Where relevant assets aresold, transferred, scraped or damaged beforethe end of their lives, balance of the unallocated deferred income is transferred to thecurrent profit and loss on asset disposal. 2) Judgment criteria and accounting method forgovernment subsidies related to income 1) To be used as compensation for futurecosts, expenses or losses are recognized as deferred income and are recorded in current profits and losses or used to write off the related costs where the relevant costs, expenses or losses arerecognized. 2) To be used to compensate the related costs, expenses or losses incurred by the Company are directly included in current profit and loss or used to write off the related costs. 3) Accounting treatment will be conducted for government subsidies that at the same time include those associated with assets and income by different parts: if it is difficult to dist ingu ish, they will be deemed as government subsidies associated with income. 3.23. Major accounting policies andestimates changes The Company’s major accounting policies and estimates have no changes in the period 4. Taxation Major tax types and tax rates applica ble to the Company Taxation type Basis of taxassessment Taxrate Output VAT is calculated based on taxable sales revenue Value added tax and service r evenue calculated in accordance with tax laws and VAT payable or taxable sales revenue shall be 5%、6%、9%、13% (VAT) the difference after deductingthe inp ut VAT deductible in the same period Urban maintenance and Levied b ased on VAT payable 7% construction tax Education surtax Levied b ased on VAT payable 3% Local educational surcharge Levied b ased on VAT payable 2% Housingproperty Remain ingvalue after deducting30% from the original value of the house (includingthe occup ied land p rice) 1.2%、12% tax and rental income Land use tax Land area Enterp rise income Levied b ased on taxable income 25% tax 5. Notes to the items of financial statements (The monetary unit refers to RMB/CNYun les s specified) 5.1 Monetary fund Item Ending balance Beginning balance Stockcash 476,191.77 347,782.65 Bank Deposit 15,634,704.18 15,016,572.65 Other monetary fund Total 16,110,895.95 15,364,355.30 5.2 Accounts receivable 1) Accounts receivable by type Endingbalance Beginningbalance Type Provision for Provision for Book Book balance bad debts Book value Book balance bad debts value Pro Accru Pro Accru p ort port Amount ion Amount al Amount ion Amount al ratio ratio % % Accounts receiv able with significant sin gle amount subject to provision for bad debts on a single basis Accounts receiv able with provision for bad 230,062.48 100 74,075.6 32.20 155,986.88 500,510.47 100. 74,075.6 14.80 426,434.8 .% 0 % % 0 % 7 debts based on portfolios Accounts receiv able with insign ific ant single amount but accrued for provision of bad debt on a single basis Total 230,062.48 100 74,075.6 32.20 155,986.88 500,510.47 100. 74,075.6 14.80 426,434.8 .% 0 % % 0 % 7 Accounts receivable accrued for provision of bad debt by aging analysis method in portfolio : Ending balance Aging Accounts Provision for receivable bad debts Accrualratio Within 1year 139,108.68 1-2years 566.00 28.30 5.00% 2-3years 785.00 117.75 15.00% 3-4years 18,633.00 4,658.25 25.00% 4-5years 3,397.00 1,698.50 50.00% More than five years 67,572.80 67,572.80 100.00% Total 230,062.48 74,075.60 20.47% 2) Top five accounts receivable in terms of ending balance collected by the debtor Name Re lationship Bookbalance Aging Proportion in with the totalaccounts Company receivable (%) Shanghai Hecheng International Travel Non related 35,788.40 Within 1year 15.56% Service Co., Ltd. party Yangpu Huayu Road and Bridge Non related 18,633.00 More than five 8.10% Technology Co., Ltd. party years Guangzhou In s titu te of Design Non related 38,980.00 More than five 16.94% party years Shenzhen Tenpay Technology Co., Ltd. Non related 46,621.46 Within 1year 20.26% party Tianjin Watermelon Tourism Limited Non related 24,414.82 Within 1year 10.61% Liability Company party Total 164,437.68 71.47% 5.3 Advance payment、 1)Disclosure of advance payment by account age Ending balance Beginning balance Aging Amount Proportion Amount Proportion Within 1year 396,882.60 100.00% 39,960.01 100.00% Total 396,882.60 100.00% 39,960.01 100.00% 2) Top five advances payment in terms of the ending balance collected by the prepaid object Unit Ending balance Proportion in total ending balance Shenzhen J&J Space Des ig n Co., Ltd. 213,592.23 53.82% Sanya Shengxiang Mechatronics Engineering Co., Ltd. 110,415.00 27.82% Hainan Haolong Fire Engineering Co., Ltd. 58,925.37 14.85% Sanya Xingcai Electrical Co., Ltd. 13,230.00 3.33% Bu s in ess Daily of InternationalTourismIs lan d 720.00 0.18% Total 396,882.60 5.4 Otherreceivable Item Ending balance Beginning balance Interest receivable Dividend receivable Other account receivable 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 Total 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 1) Otheraccount receivable disclosed by nature Nature Ending bookbalance Opening book balance Utility bills 206,254.34 185,368.69 Petty cash 838,955.14 133,411.23 Attorney fee 77,534.25 77,534.25 Court cost 62,970.00 Social insurance and housing provident funds 57,803.91 63,264.56 Deposit 600.00 600.00 Total 1,244,117.64 460,178.73 2) Otherreceivables with provision for bad debts made by aging analysis method Ending balance Aging Accounts Provision for receivable bad debts Accrualratio Within 1year 1,241,881.64 1-2years 2-3years 3-4years 4-5years 600.00 300.00 50.00% More than five years 1,636.00 1,636.00 100.00% Total 1,244,117.64 1,936.00 3) Top five otheraccounts receivable in terms of ending balance collected by the debtor Ending Proportion in Ending balance Na me Nature balance Aging totalother of p ro v is io n receivables for bad debts Wen Ping Petty cash 710,000.00 Within 1year 57.07% Hainan Ne w Concept Law Attorney fee 77,534.25 Within 1year 6.23% Firm Peng Guoxing Utility bills 70,422.98 Within 1year 5.66% Sanya Suburbs People’s Court cost 62,970.00 Within 1year 5.06% Court Guo Yubo Petty cash 60,369.61 Within 1year 4.85% Total 981,296.84 78.88% 5.5 Inventories 1) category of inventories Ending balance Beginning balance Item Book Provision Book Pro v is io n balance for price Bookvalue balance for price Bookvalue decline decline Raw materials 836,342.72 683,941.58 152,401.14 870,043.52 725,731.58 144,311.94 Finished goods 22,771.38 11,102.41 11,668.97 22,771.38 11,102.41 11,668.97 Food and beverage 12,526.82 12,526.82 43,935.10 43,935.10 Fuel 15,096.64 15,096.64 21,474.18 21,474.18 Total 886,737.56 695,043.99 191,693.57 958,224.18 736,833.99 221,390.19 2) Provision for inventory depreciation Increase in the period Decreas e in the period Item Beginning Ending balance Accrual Others Rev ers alor Others balance write-off Raw materials 725,731.58 41,790.00 683,941.58 Finished goods 11,102.41 11,102.41 Total 736,833.99 41,790.00 695,043.99 5.6 Othercurrent assets Item Endin gbalance Beginningbalance Enterprise income taxpaid in advance 1,702,702.80 1,702,702.80 Inp ut taxto be deducted 385,035.78 103,556.98 Prep aid p endinge xp enses 37,880.58 39,960.01 Total 2,125,619.16 1,846,219.79 5.7 Investment property Item Houses and Land use rights Total buildings I. Originalbookvalue 1.Beginning balance 18,856,504.44 5,662,740.59 24,519,245.03 2.Increase in the period 3.Decreas e in the period 4.Ending balance 18,856,504.44 5,662,740.59 24,519,245.03 II. Accumulated depreciation and accumulated amortization 1.Beginning balance 10,607,583.54 2,219,726.45 12,827,309.99 2.Increase in the period 209,091.78 28,170.00 237,261.78 (1) Accrualor amortization 209,091.78 28,170.00 237,261.78 4.Ending balance 10,816,675.32 2,247,896.45 13,064,571.77 III. P ro v is io n for impairment 1.Beginning balance 1,404,400.47 1,903,054.14 3,307,454.61 2.Increase in the period 3、Decrease in the period 4.Ending balance 1,404,400.47 1,903,054.14 3,307,454.61 IV. Bookvalue 1.Ending bookvalue 6,635,428.65 1,511,790.00 8,147,218.65 2.Opening bookvalue 6,844,520.43 1,539,960.00 8,384,480.43 5.8 Fixed assets Houses and Mechanical Transportatio Electronic Other Item buildings equipment n equipment equipment equip ment Total I. Origin al book value 1.Beginnin gbalance 136,789,501. 11,033,550.5 2,345,074.91 2,664,528.39 1,926,451.84 154,759,107.5 82 4 0 2.Increase in the period 20,635.87 20,101.94 40,737.81 1) Purchase 20,635.87 20,101.94 40,737.81 3.Decrease in the 1,420,474.00 619,394.00 193,633.45 2,233,501.45 period 1) Disposal or scrap 1,420,474.00 619,394.00 193,633.45 2,233,501.45 136,789,501. 152,566,343.8 4.Endin gbalance 82 9,613,076.54 2,345,074.91 2,065,770.26 1,752,920.33 6 II.Accumulated dep reciat ion 1.Beginnin gbalance 72,499,344.5 7,970,060.88 1,587,022.54 1,938,853.10 1,224,791.47 85,220,072.49 0 2.Increase in the period 1,087,717.44 143,758.48 82,783.92 87,864.93 87,053.97 1,489,178.74 1)Accrual 1,087,717.44 143,758.48 82,783.92 87,864.93 87,053.97 1,489,178.74 3.Decrease in the 1,008,698.30 595,910.37 173,760.82 1,778,369.49 period 1) Disposal or scrap 1,008,698.30 595,910.37 173,760.82 1,778,369.49 4.Endin gbalance 73,587,061.9 7,105,121.06 1,669,806.46 1,430,807.66 1,138,084.62 84,930,881.74 4 III. Provision for impairment 1.Beginnin gbalance 31,072,788.1 1,968,377.19 33,041,165.36 7 2.Increase in the period 3.Decrease in the period 403,223.40 403,223.40 1) Disposal or 403,223.40 403,223.40 scrap 4.Endin gbalance 31,072,788.1 1,565,153.79 32,637,941.96 7 IV. Book value 1.Endin gbook value 32,129,651.7 942,801.69 675,268.45 634,962.60 614,835.71 34,997,520.16 1 2.Openingbook value 33,217,369.1 1,095,112.47 758,052.37 725,675.29 701,660.37 36,497,869.65 5 5.9 Intangible assets Item Land use rights Patent right Total I. Origin al book value 1.Beginningbalance 81,653,137.15 81,653,137.15 2.Increase in the period (1) Purchase (2) Internal research and development (3) Increase from busin ess combinations 3.Decrease in the period (1)Disposal 4.Endingbalance 81,653,137.15 81,653,137.15 II.Accumulated amortization 1.Beginningbalance 32,007,051.27 32,007,051.27 2.Increase in the period 406,193.58 406,193.58 (1)Accrual 406,193.58 406,193.58 3.Decrease in the period (1)Disposal 4.Endingbalance 32,413,244.85 32,413,244.85 III. Provision for impairment 1.Beginningbalance 27,440,836.84 27,440,836.84 2.Increase in the period (1)Accrual 3.Decrease in the period (1)Disposal 4.Endingbalance 27,440,836.84 27,440,836.84 IV. Book value 1.Endingbook value 21,799,055.46 21,799,055.46 2.Openingbook value 22,205,249.04 22,205,249.04 5.10 Long-term deferredexpenses Item Beginning Increase in Amortization Other Ending balance the period in the period decreased balance Maintenance fee for main engine 50,116.50 50,116.50 system of the centralAC Renovation of gu est rooms in 486,974.57 292,184.70 194,789.87 Buildin g-B Fire stairs renovation in Building-A 45,695.20 8,567.82 37,127.38 Renovation of gu est rooms in 2,260,206.30 301,360.80 1,958,845.50 Buildin g-C, villa and swimmingp ool Total 2,792,876.07 50,116.50 602,113.32 2,240,879.25 5.11 Accounts payable Item Ending balance Beginning balance Payment for purchase 170,266.19 687,690.30 Accounts payable p ro v is io n ally estimated 660,218.61 534,359.35 Service charges 155,368.88 Payment forp roject s 14,274.10 134,274.10 Elevator maintenance f ee 31,670.00 31,670.00 Advertisement fees 30,500.30 31,195.28 Consignment sales 22,335.90 Other 1,093.00 10,942.00 Water rate 52,428.54 Natural gas fee 23,398.40 Washing charge 93,168.29 Total 1,077,017.43 1,607,835.81 5.12 Account received in advance 1) Presentation of account received in advance Item Ending balance Beginning balance Roomand meal charge 779,681.12 1,291,293.05 Total 779,681.12 1,291,293.05 2) Significant account received in advance with aging more than one year Reas o ns for failure of Item Ending balance repayment or carry-forward Guangzhou Nanbu Holiday InternationalTravel 101,244.00 Un s ettled Service Co., Ltd. Sanya Branch Hainan Xiangyuan Tourism Develop ment Co., Ltd. 39,851.00 Un s ettled PEGASZhengQin gbo 32,243.02 Un s ettled Hainan QiongzhongEcological Investment Guarantee Co., Ltd. 22,926.00 Un s ettled Sany a City Public Security Fire Brigade 19,420.88 Un s ettled Total 215,684.90 5.13 Employee compensation payable 1) Presentation of employee compensation payable Item Beginnin g Increase in the Decrease in the Endingbalance balance period period 1. Short-term employee benefits 2,841,262.35 6,031,396.03 7,044,691.32 1,827,967.06 2. Post-employment benefits - defined contribution plans 547,368.99 547,368.99 3. Termination benefits 4. Other benefits due within one year Total 2,841,262.35 6,578,765.02 7,592,060.31 1,827,967.06 2) Short-term employee benefits Item Beginnin g Increase in the Decrease in the Endingbalance balance period period 1.Salary, bonus, allowance and subsidy 1,762,269.70 4,759,360.01 5,722,074.66 799,555.05 2.Emp loyee welfare 759,981.75 759,981.75 3.Social insuran ce premium 255,539.72 255,539.72 Of which: includ ing: medical 236,205.39 236,205.39 insurance expenses Work injury insurance expenses 4,568.36 4,568.36 Maternity insurance 14,765.97 14,765.97 4.Housingp rovident funds 90,050.00 90,050.00 5.Labor union expenditures and 1,078,992.65 166,464.55 217,045.19 1,028,412.01 emp loyee education expenses 6.Short-term paid absences 7. Short-term profit sharingp lan Total 2,841,262.35 6,031,396.03 7,044,691.32 1,827,967.06 3) Details of defined contribution plans Item Beginning In creas e in the Decrease in Ending balance balance period the period 1.Basic endowment insurance e xp enses 532,614.48 532,614.48 2.Unemp loyment insurance exp enses 14,754.51 14,754.51 Total 547,368.99 547,368.99 5.14 Tax payable Item Endingbalance Beginningbalance Value added tax( VAT ) 565,131.47 146,863.56 Individual income tax 25,850.99 -0.02 Urban maintenance and construction tax 2,108.62 761.67 Housingproperty tax 97,050.95 194,101.69 Land use tax 54,295.47 108,590.92 Education surtax 903.68 326.42 Local education surtax 602.48 217.63 Total 745,943.66 450,861.87 5.15 Otheraccount payable Item Endingbalance Beginningbalance Interest payable Dividend payable Other account payable 2,942,968.71 2,727,483.66 Total 2,942,968.71 2,727,483.66 1) Presentation of other account payable by nature Item Endingbalance Beginningbalance Employ ee dormitory rental fees, etc. 975,525.11 971,723.12 Margin 20,000.00 890,958.75 Audit fee 285,003.21 285,003.21 Quality guarantee deposit forp roject s 204,180.90 190,344.00 Employ ee deposit 86,520.00 165,700.90 Payment forp roject s 161,111.03 162,569.78 Funds collected and remitted 793,268.57 36,408.47 Individual current amounts 1,315.34 1,364.00 Electric charges withheld 24,494.55 23,411.43 Announcement fee 391,550.00 Total 2,942,968.71 2,727,483.66 2) Othe rsignificant account payable with aging ofoverone year Reas o ns for failure of Item Ending balance repayment or carry-forward Yan gpu Jinyu Industrial Co., Ltd. 627,000.00 Un s ettled HongKongDeloitte & Touche LLP 285,003.21 Un s ettled Sany a Shu xin HousingWaterproof EngineeringCo., Ltd. 170,000.00 Un s ettled China Build ingDecoration Comp any Hainan Branch 161,111.03 Un s ettled Total 1,243,114.24 -- 5.16 Estimated liabilities Item Endingbalance Beginningbalance Reasons Offering guar ant ee external Pending action Other 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Provisions for arrears of electricity tariffs Total 1,489,685.04 1,489,685.04 Other note: On May 26,2016,the Company received lawyer’s letter of Hainan Yunfan law firm which is entrusted by Hainan Power Grid Co., LTD Sanya Power Sup ply Bureau (hereinafter referr ed to as the "Sanya Power Sup ply Bureau"), the letter claims that Sanya Power Supp ly Bureau found that the Comp any’s subsidiary South China Grand Hotel of Hain an Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Holdin gs) Co., Ltd’s the amount of CT is different with its marketing management system record. The inconformity time is July, 2006, and the hotel’s CT is changin g on April, 2016. Therefore, undercounted electricity consumption amount is 10,313,373.00 kilowatt-hours, and estimated cost is 7,200,165.75 Yuan as various electricity p rices and charges. According to the file “Law Advisory Op inion about Retroactive Power (Charge) Dispute between South China Grand Hotel and Sany a Power Supp ly Bureau” issued by Beijin g Junhe (Haikou) Law Firm on December 20, 2016, which claims that Sany a Power Supp ly Bureau has responsibility for CT to purchase, install, enseal, unseal and change, therefore, the responsibility of the guilty party for undercounted electricity consumption of South China Grand Hotel is Sanya Power Sup ply Bureau. Accordin gto the one hundred and thirty-five item of “General Rule of Civil Law”, this item claims that limitation of action is two y ears if accuser request peop le's court’s p rot ect ion, except situations provided by law. The Company has withheld the undercounted electricity consump t ion cost in 2016 which is about 1,489,685.04 Yuan duringthe p eriod fromApril, 2014 toApril, 2016. 5.17 Share capital Increase or decrease (+, -) Item Beginnin gbalance Share Public Endingbalance Issuance of donati reserve Other Sub-tot new shares on transferred to s al shares Total shares 364,100,000.00 364,100,000.00 5.18 Capital reserves Item Beginnin g Increase in the Decrease in the Endingbalance balance period period Cap it al premium (share premium) 33,336,215.58 33,336,215.58 Other capital reserves 20,806,634.43 20,806,634.43 Total 54,142,850.01 54,142,850.01 5.19 Undistributed profits Item Current period Last period Undistributedprofits at the end of last y ear before -340,454,153.72 -341,107,435.91 adjustment Total undistributedprofit at beginnin gof the ad just ment p eriod (+ for increased, - for decr eased) Undistributedprofits at the beginn ingof the year after adjustment -340,454,153.72 -341,107,435.91 Plus: net profit attributable to owner ofparent company in Period 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 Less: approp riat ion of statutory surplus reserves App ropriation of discretionary surp lus reserve App ropriation of general risk reserve Ordinary share dividends payable Ordinary share dividends transferred to share cap it al Undistributedprofit as at the end of theperiod -339,698,179.71 -339,825,270.33 5.20 Operating income and operating cost Current period Last period Item Income Cost Income Cost Main business 14,241,961.04 5,514,477.93 16,173,929.32 6,000,063.36 Other business Total 14,241,961.04 5,514,477.93 16,173,929.32 6,000,063.36 5.21 Taxes and surcharges Item Current period Last p eriod Consumption tax Urban maintenance and construction tax 31,410.84 37,515.65 Education surtax 22,436.31 26,796.89 Resource tax Housingproperty tax 215,587.50 431,174.78 Land use tax 108,590.94 217,181.82 Vehicle and vessel use tax 5,220.00 3,669.06 Stamp tax 233.91 182.70 Total 383,479.50 716,520.90 5.22 Sales expenses Item Current period Las t period Staff wages and benefits 1,834,677.00 1,841,236.40 Social workers insurance e xp enses 302,950.00 285,734.45 Dep reciat ion 259,401.60 256,486.12 Utility bills 99,980.13 84,101.36 Repair charges 95,930.17 58,716.18 Other exp enses 217,053.04 274,681.59 Total 2,809,991.94 2,800,956.10 5.23 Administrative expenses Item Current period Last p eriod Staff wages and benefits 2,789,891.55 2,809,454.64 Social workers insurance e xp enses 321,053.70 266,303.18 Entertainment expenses 219,787.57 496,075.07 Travellingexpenses 149,081.98 68,678.82 Amortization forthe dep reciat ion and land use right 567,140.44 550,590.01 Announcement fee and agency char ge 655,420.00 656,245.72 Other exp enses 369,424.97 509,107.77 Total 5,071,800.21 5,356,455.21 5.24 Financial expenses Item Current period Last period Handlin gcharges 18,965.03 40,293.06 Less: interest income -152,697.12 -22,729.87 Total -133,732.09 17,563.19 5.25 Non-operating income Amount included in Item Current period Last p eriod non-recurrin gp rofit and loss in the current period Other 160,030.46 273.00 160,030.46 Total 160,030.46 273.00 5.26 Non-operating expenses Amount included in Item Current period Las t period non-recurring profit and lo s s in the current period Loss from disposal of 477.98 non-current assets Total 477.98 5.27 Notes to statement of cash flow 1) Othercash receipts relatedto operating activities Item Current period Last p eriod Interest income 152,697.12 22,729.87 Other 952,744.76 661,422.77 Total 1,105,441.88 684,152.64 2) Cash paid for otheroperating activities Item Current period Last p eriod Social intercourse f ees 221,362.57 497,075.07 Intermediary audit fee 400,000.00 400,000.00 Announcement fee 238,420.00 220,000.00 Travellingexpenses 151,940.09 72,159.01 Promotion fee 92,705.15 109,649.14 Repair charges 211,454.36 163,503.73 Other exp enses 978,613.63 212,185.21 Total 2,294,495.80 1,674,572.16 5.28 Supplementary information to statement of cash flows 1) Supplementary information to statement of cash flows Item Current period Last period (1) Net p rofit adjustedto cash flows from operatingactivities -- -- Net profit 755,974.01 1,282,165.58 Plus: provision for asset impairment Depreciation of fixed assets, gas and oil assets and 1,726,440.52 1,799,584.50 productive biological assets Amortization of intangible assets 434,363.58 434,363.58 Amortization of long-term deferred expenses 602,113.32 609,770.58 Loss on disp osals of fixed assets, intangible assets and other long-term assets Loss on write-off of fixed assets ("-" for gains) 477.98 Losses from the changes in fair value ("-" for gains) Financial e xp enses ("-" for gains) Investments loss ("-" for gains) Decrease in d eferred income tax assets ("-" for increases) Increase in deferred income tax liabilities ("-" for decreases) Decrease in inventories ("-" for increases) 29,696.62 -37,615.58 Decrease in op erat ingreceivables ("-" for increases) -513,490.92 -326,357.40 Increase in operat in gp ay ables ("-" for decreases) -1,765,680.48 -651,711.64 Others Net cash flows from operatingactivities 1,269,416.65 3,110,677.60 2. Significant investingand financin g activities not involving -- -- cash receipts andp ayments Conversion of debt into cap it al Convertible corporate bonds maturingwithin one year Fixed assets under financial lease 3. Net changes in cash and cash equivalents -- -- Endin gbalance of cash 16,110,895.95 10,751,658.64 Less: Beginningbalan ce of cash 15,364,355.30 9,681,607.16 Plus: Endin gbalance of cash equivalents Less: Beginningbalan ce of cash equivalents Net increase in cash and cash equ ival ent s 746,540.65 1,070,051.48 2) Breakdown of cash and cashequivalents In RMB/CNY Item Endin gbalance Beginningbalance 1. Cash 16,110,895.95 15,364,355.30 Including: Stock cash 476,191.77 347,782.65 Bank deposit available for payment at any time 15,634,704.18 15,016,572.65 Other monetary funds available for payment at any time Deposits in the central bank available for p ay ment Deposits with banks and other financial institutions Loans to banks and other financial institutions 2. Cash equivalents Including: Bond investment due within three months 3. Endin gbalance of cash and cash equivalents 16,110,895.95 15,364,355.30 6. Changes of consolidation range Enterprise consolidation underthe same control 6.1. Enterprise consolidation under the same control in current period In RMB/CNY Net Net Income p rofit of Incom profit of the the e of of the combine combine the comb Equity Standard d p arty d p arty combi ined Basis of to from ratio combined determin p eriod-b from ned party Combined party obtained in Combinati p eriod-b party durin combinatio under the on date e the egin of egin of during gthe n same control combina combina combina the comp tion date tion to tion to compa ariso the combina the rison n tion date combina p eriod p erio tion date d Hainan Wen gao Tourist Resources 100.00% A 8 June Establish 0.00 498.79 0.00 0.00 wholly -owne 2018 ment Develop ment Co., Ltd. d subsidiary date 6.2 Combined cost Combined cost --Cash 500,798.36 --Book value of the non-cash assets 499,700.43 6.3 Book value of the assets/liabilities from combined party at date of combination Item Combinin gdate Period-end of last period Assets: Monetary Fund 500,798.36 1,000,000.00 Account receivable 499,700.43 Net assets 1,000,498.79 1,000,000.00 Less: minority’s interest Net assets obtained 1,000,498.79 1,000,000.00 7.Risks relating to financial instruments The Company faces a variety of financial risks in business process: credit risk, market risk and liquidity risk. The Company’s Board of Directors is overall responsible for risk management objectives and determining policies, and bears the ultimate responsibility for risk management objectives and policies, but the board has authorized the Company’s enterprise management department to design and executive the procedurewhich could guarantee the effective imp lementation of risk management objectives and policies. The Company’s internal auditors will aud it the policies and procedures of risk management as well, and will report the discovery toAudit Committee. The overall objective of the Company’s risk management is to set the risk management policies to reduce risks as possible without g iving excessive influence to competitiveness and strain capacity of the Company. 7.1 Credit risk Credit risk is the risk of financial loss on one party of a financial instrument due to the failure of another party to meet its obligat ions . The Company mainly faces credit risk generated from customers through credit sales. The Company will understand and assess the credit risk of the new customer before signing the new contract. The Company makes credit rating for existing customers and aging analysis of accounts receivable to ensurethe Company’s overall credit risk falls within a controllable range. 7.2 Market risk Market risk is the risk of financial instruments’fair value and futurecash flow fluctuating due to change of market price, including currency risk, interest risk and other pricing risk. 7.3 Liquidity risk Liquidity risk is the risk that an enterprise may encounter deficiency of funds in fulfilling the obligat ions when paying cash or settle in way of other financial assets. The policy of the Company is to ensure there are enough cash to pay back mature debts. The liquid ity risk is centralized controlled by the Company’s accounting department. The accounting department ensures the Company to possess enough cash to pay back the debts in all reasonable foreseeable circumstances through monitor the balance of cash, monitor the securities that can be converted into cash at any time and rolling forecasts of future cash flows in twelve months. 8. Relatedparties and related party transactions 8.1 Parent company Votingratio Registered Shareholdin g Parent company Registered Nature of in the p lace Business Capital ratio in the Company (RMB 0’000) Comp any (%) (%) Luoniushan Co., Ltd. Haikou City Plant and 115,115.00 17.55% 19.80% culturing Note: As of 30 June 2019, Luoniushan Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Luoniushan) and its wholly-owned subsidairy Hainan Ya’an ju Prop erty Service Co., Ltd. holds 72,091,780 shares of the Company under A-stock, totally takes 19.80% in total share capital of the Compamy, and it isthe first largest shareholder of the Company. 8.2. Relatedparty transactions 8.2.1 Transaction with goods purchasing, labor service offering/receiving concerned Contents of related Related p arty The Period Last p eriod party transactions Housing& Luoniushan Co., Ltd. cateringcosts 125,150.00 176,779.00 Total 125,150.00 176,779.00 2) Receivables and payables ofrelatedparties Endingbalance Beginningbalance Name Related party Bad debt Bad debt Book balance provision Book balance provision Account receivab le Luoniushan Co., Ltd. 6,387.00 13,153.00 9. Commitment andcontingency 9.1 Important commitments The Company has no commitments that need to disclosed up to balance sheet date 2. Contingencies Major contingency on balance sheet date On 26 May 2016, the Company received lawyer’s letter of Hainan Yunfan law firm which is entrusted by Hain an Power Grid Co., LTD Sanya Power Supply Bureau (herein after referred to as the "Sanya Power Supply Bureau"), the letter claims that Sanya Power Supply Bureau found that the Company’s subsidiary South China Grand Hotel of Hainan Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Hold ings ) Co., Ltd’s the amount of CT is different with its marketing management system record. The inconformity time is July 2006, and the hotel’s CT is changing on April 2016. Therefore, undercounted electricity consumption amount is 10,313,373.00 kilowatt-hours, and estimated cost is 7,200,165.75 Yuan as various electricity prices and charges. According to the file “Law Advisory Opin ion about Retroactive Power (Charge) Dispute between South China Grand Hotel and Sanya Power Supply Bureau” issued by Beijing Junhe (Haikou) Law Firm on December 20, 2016, which claims that Sanya Power Supply Bureau has responsibility for CT to purchase, install, enseal, unseal and change, therefore, the responsibility of the guilty party for undercounted electricity consumption of South China Grand Hotel is Sanya Power Supply Bureau. According to the one hundred and thirty-five item of “General Ru le of Civ il Law”, this item claims that lim itation of action is two years if accuser request people's court’s protection, except situations provided by law. The Company has withheld the undercounted electricity consumption cost in 2016 which is about 1,489,685.04 Yuan during the period from April, 2014 to April, 2016. The event has no further progress up to 30 June 2019. 10. Event after balance sheet date The Company has no major events after balancesheet date up to balance sheet date 11. Notes to othersignificantevents 1. Correction of accounting errors in previous period 1) Retrospective restatement method There is no correction of accounting errors using retrospective restatement method in previous period. 2) Prospective application method There is no correction of accounting errors usingprosp ect ive application method in previous period 2. Others In accordance with the requirements of the Regulatory Guidelines of Listed Companies No. 4 - Actual Controller, Shareholders, Related Parties, Purchaser and Commitments and Fulfillment of Listed Companies (CSRC Announcement No. [2013] 55) of China Securities Regulatory Commission, on June 7, 2014, Luoniushan Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Luoniushan”) sent out the Letter about Changing the Commitments of Luoniushan Co., Ltd. to Hainan Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Hold in gs ) Co., Ltd. to the Company, and made commitments that Luoniushan shall actively seek reorganizat ion party to reorganize the assets of Dadonghai within three years from the date the Company’s general meeting of shareholders considered and approved this commitment. The above matters have been considered and approved by the general meeting of shareholders of Dadonghai on June27, 2014. On February 22, 2017, the Company received from Lu o n iu s h an a Letter on Progress in the Planning of Commitment Implementation, in which Lu o n iu s h an intended to transfer 100% of the equity it held in the Industrial Company, a wholly-owned s u bs id iary (specifically, the In d u s trial Company will firs t be tran s ferred with part of f inancia l assets equity held by Lu n iu s h an and of 6.91% equity of Sanya Rural Commercial Bank Co., Ltd.) to the Company, the transaction was made in cash with transaction amount of about RMB300 million. The p ro p os alwas not adopted at the 11th extraordinary meeting of the eighth board of directors of the Company due to the Company's lackof s u fficient debt repayment ability. On June 23, 2017, Luoniushan issued to the Company a Letter on Change in Term of Commitment by Luoyunshan Co., Ltd. to Hain an Dadonghai Tourism Centre (Hold ings ) Co., Ltd., extending Luoniushan's performance period of the above restructuring commitment of the Company by 6 months,whichmeans the deadline for the fulfillment of reorganization commitment was changed to December 27, 2017.As the reorganizat ion would take a certain amount of time, on November29, 2017, Luoniushan again app lied to extend the performance period of the reorganization commitment for two years, that is, the performance deadline of the reorganization commitment was changed from December 27, 2017 to December 26, 2019, which was not approved at the fourth extraordinary general meeting of shareholders of the Company in 2017. 12. Note onfinancial statement of parent company 1、Accounts receivable 1) 、 Accounts receivable by type Endingbalance Beginningbalance Book balance Provision for Book balance Provision for bad debts bad debts Type Pro Pro Book Accru Book value Accru value Amount p ort Amount al Amount port Amount al ion ratio ion ratio % % Accounts receivable with signif icant single amount subject to provision for bad debts on a single basis Accounts receivable with provision for 230,062.48 100 74,075.6 32.20 155,986.88 500,510.47 100 74,075.6 14.80 426,434.8 bad debts based % 0 % % 0 % 7 on portfolios Accounts receivable with insignificant single amount but accrued for provision of bad debt on a single basis 100 74,075.6 32.20 100 74,075.6 14.80 426,434.8 Total 230,062.48 % 0 % 155,986.88 500,510.47 % 0 % 7 Released by account age Aging Ending balance Within 1 year (inclusive) 139,108.68 1-2years 566.00 2-3years 785.00 3-4years 18,633.00 4-5years 3,397.00 More than five years 67,572.80 Total 230,062.48 2)Provision, reversal or recovery of provision for bad debts in the period Amount changed in the period Type Beginning Reversal or Ending balance Accrual Charge off balance switch-back Based on p ortfolios 74,075.60 74,075.60 Total 74,075.60 74,075.60 3) To p five accounts receivable in terms of ending balance collected by the debtor Relationship Prop ort ion in with the total amount Name Comp any Bookba lance Aging of accounts receivable (%) Shanghai Hecheng International Non related 35,788.40 Within 1 15.56% Travel Service Co., Ltd. party year Yangpu Huayu Road and Bridge Non related 18,633.00 More than 8.10% Technology Co., Ltd. party five years Guangzhou In s titu te of Design Non related 38,980.00 More than 16.94% party five years Shenzhen Tenpay Technology Co., Non related 46,621.46 Within 1 20.26% Ltd. party year Tianjin Watermelon Tourism Non related 24,414.82 Within 1 10.61% Limited Liability Company party year Total 164,437.68 71.47% 2. Otheraccount receivable Item Ending balance Beginning balance In teres t receivable Dividends Receivable Other account receivable 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 Total 1,242,181.64 458,242.73 1) Otheraccount receivable disclosed by nature Nature Ending bookbalance Opening book balance Utility bills 206,254.34 185,368.69 Petty cash 838,955.10 133,411.23 Attorney fee 77,534.25 77,534.25 Court cost 62,970.00 Social in s u ran ce and h o us in g provident funds 57,803.91 63,264.56 Dep o s it 600.00 600.00 Total 1,244,117.64 460,178.73 2) Released by account age Aging Ending balance Within 1year (inclusive) 1,241,881.64 1-2years 2-3years 3-4years 4-5years 600.00 More than five years 1,636.00 Total 1,244,117.64 3) Provision, reversal orrecovery of provision for bad debts in the period Amount changed in the period Type Beginning Ending balance Accrual Reversal or Charge off balance switch-back Based on p ortfolios 1,936.00 1,936.00 Total 1,936.00 1,936.00 4) Released by account age Prop ort ion in Provision total amount of for bad Name Nature Endin g Aging other accounts debts balance receivable at Ending period-end balance Wen Ping Petty cash 710,000.00Within 1 year 57.16% Hainan New Concep t Law Firm Attorney fee 77,534.25Within 1 year 6.23% PengGuoxin g Utility bills 70,422.98Within 1 year 5.66% Sanya Suburbs Peop le’s Court Court cost 62,970.00Within 1 year 5.06% Guo Yubo Petty cash 60,369.61Within 1 year 4.85% Wen Ping Petty cash 710,000.00Within 1 year 57.16% Total 3. Long-termequity investment Endingbalance Beginningbalance Item Impairment Imp airment Book balance provision Book value Book balance provision Book value Investment for subsidiary 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Total 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Investment for subsidiary Imp airment Ending Invested enterp rise Beginning Increase in Decrease in Ending provision balance of balance the period the period balance in current impairment period p rovision Hainan Wengao Tourist Resources Develop ment 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Co., Ltd. Total 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 4. Operating income and cost Item Current period Last period Income Cost Income Cost Main business 14,241,961.04 5,514,477.93 16,173,929.32 6,000,063.36 Other business Total 14,241,961.04 5,514,477.93 16,173,929.32 6,000,063.36 13. Supplementary information 1. Details of current non-recurring profits and losses Item Amount Note Clean up the long-term unpaid Other income 160,030.46 payable Total 160,030.46 2. Return on net assets and earnings per share Weighted Earnings per share (RMB) average return Diluted Profit duringthe reportingp eriod Basic earnings on net assets earnings p er per share (%) share Net p rofit s attributable to ordinary shareholders of the 0.97% 0.0021 0.0021 Comp any Net p rofit s attributable to ordinary shareholders of the 0.76% 0.0016 0.0016 Comp any after deduction of non-recurringprofits or losses 3. Accounting difference between IFRS and CAS There are no accounting differences between IFRS and CAS. (No text) HAINAN DADONGHAI Tourism Centre (HOLDINGS) CO., LTD 8 August 2019
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