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THIS IS RACHEL MUI‘S PORTFOLIO. I graduated from the School of Visual Arts, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. My professional career began in New York City working in web development for StarChefs. com and web design for Visual Arts Press before relocating to Cupertino, CA to join the Apple Inc. design team. In 2008, starting a new chapter in my design journey, I joined Lippincott focusing on branding and strategic design for a wide variety of high calibre clients such as LG, Walmart, Vale and Comcast to name a few. Joining Magnet Partnership in 2009. Here my scope of work expands to working with clients from the financial sector from Aberdeen Investments, Fidelity Investments, LGT, Royal Bank of Scotland, Standard Chartered Bank and UBS. In services and food & beverage sector clients include AIA, Abacus Travel Solutions & Services, Carlson Hotels Worldwide, NTUC and Pauls Milk. In any spare time, I like to keep my awareness constant by freelancing in print and interactive designs for multimedia. Projects here include working with School of Visual Arts, Groovemaster Entertainment, Luigi’s Italian Restaurant, Szeki Jewelry, Jen Shyu and Robert Burton author of “7 Days Learning Systems.”


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PFINANCIAL REPORTS & STATEMENTS

visual communication | 2010

ORYX/STIC KOREAN TECHNOLOGY FUND Q3 2009 REPORT September 30, 2009

SEPTEMBER 30 ATTN TO

2009

COPY TO

DR. ABDULRAHMAN M. FAYED VP – Private Equity NCB Capital P.O. Box 10363, Manama Kingdom of Bahrain

VENKI SUBRAMANIAN NCB Capital P.O. Box 10363, Manama Kingdom of Bahrain

RE

ORYX/STIC Korean Technology Fund, L.P. 3Q 2009 Investment Report

Dear Dr. Abdulrahman M. Fayed, Please find the enclosed 3Q 2009 Investment Report for ORYX/STIC Korean Technology Fund L.P. The specific performance for your investment is included in the tables below. The aggregate fund performance, including the portfolio company written profiles and quarterly financials, are attached. Limited Partner:

ORYX KOREA PRIVATE EQUITY FUND L.P.

Capital Commitment (USD): Input:

$ 149,600,000 $ 143,556,416

Capital Contributed until September 30, 2009

Output:

Distribution until September 30, 2009

$ 81,327,233

Equity of ORYX/STIC Fund as of September 30, 2009

$ 101,540,480

Total Amount

$ 182,867,713

* Calculation method is explained in page 7

As always, thank you very much for your support for our fund. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please feel free to contact me anytime. Sincerely,

KEVIN LIM

10th Floor MSA Bldg. #891-43 Daechi-dong Kangnam-gu Seoul 135-280 Korea P: 82-2-3404-7803 F: 82-2-3453-5188 www.sticinvestments.com

Chief Executive Officer STIC Investments, Inc.

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ORYX/STIC KOREAN TECHNOLOGY FUND

ORYX/STIC KOREAN TECHNOLOGY FUND Q3 2009 REPORT

September 30, 2009

DONG-GEUL KWAK kwaklee@stic.co.kr

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 2009

KEVIN LIM kevin@stic.co.kr SEON BAE shbae@stic.co.kr DANIEL LEE daniel@stic.co.kr MIK PARK coolmik@stic.co.kr 891-43 MSA BLDG. 11TH FLOOR DAECHI-DONG, KANGNAM-GU SEOUL KOREA, 135-280 www.sticinvestments.com

ORYX/STIC KOREAN TECHNOLOGY FUND (September 30, 2009)

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A. OVERALL VIEW FUND NAME

Oryx/STIC Korean Technology Fund

ADDRESS

Level 16(B) Main Office Tower, Financial Park, Labuan Jalan Merdeka 87000, Federal Territory of Labuan, Malaysia

GENERAL PARTNERS

STIC Shariah Co.

FUND LIFE

5 Years

LPS

ORYX Korea Private Equity Fund L.P , STIC

10th Floor MSA Bldg. #891-43 Daechi-dong Kangnam-gu Seoul 135-280 Korea P: 82-2-3404-7803 F: 82-2-3453-5188 www.sticinvestments.com

Please note that the information set forth in, or otherwise accompanying, the attached report is private and confidential, and, accordingly, the possession and use of such information is subject to the confidentiality restrictions of the partner agreement. We appreciate your cooperation in this regard.

FUND SIZE TOTAL COMMITMENT

CURRENT PAID-IN ➀

ORYX-STIC

US$150,610,101.00

US$144,525,706.00

STIC SHARIAH FUND (1%)

US$214,769.36

US$166,238.55

TOTAL

US$150,824,870.36

US$144,691,944.55

COMMENT

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STIC Investments’ commitment into STIC Shariah Fund

!

B. CURRENT MONEY MANAGEMENT INVESTMENT AMOUNT ➁

INVESTMENT NUMBER ➂

INVESTMENT RATIO ➃ (➃=➁/➀*100)

CASH ➄ USD

ORYX-STIC

$0

0

0.0%

$1,514,885

OSSF CAPITAL

$73,532,266

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50.9%

$10,995,290[1]

STIC SHARIAH FUND

$15,608,698

4

10.8%

$334,273

TOTAL

$89,140,963

15

61.7%

$12,844,449

RETURN PROFIT(‘09.01.01~’09.09.30) EXIT PROFIT

DIVIDEND

Total

$18,052

$18,052

$9,482,355

$4,310,204

$13,792,559

$3,971,468

$141,400

$4,112,868

$13,453,823

$4,469,657

$4,469,657

BUSINESS LOCATION: INVESTMENT TYPE: INVESTMENT SIZE: APPROVED FOR IPO:

Korea Pre-IPO USD 1,047,665 (KRW 1.0 billion) No

SECTOR: Mobile phone solutions DESCRIPTION: M-Page Co. Ltd., established in September 11, 1999, specializes in mobile phone solutions (device embedded solutions, web to phone service solution, etc.) and mobile internet contents services. Merged with EXE Mobile in March 2006, M-Page was able to secure ACE Toolkit Series, its star product. CHAIRMAN / CEO: Byungmo Lim NO. OF EMPLOYEES: 55 LEAD MANAGER(S): HJ Na BOARD SEAT OR OBSERVER: 1 board seat CO-INVESTORS (IF ANY): Deal led by STIC Investments, Inc. SEPTEMBER 2009 UPDATE: M-PAGE’s sales revenue has improved in 3Q2009 compared to 3Q2008. MPAGE posted the sales revenue of USD 5.04 million (KRW6 billion). The company made a contract for the strategic mobile phone development project with LG Telecom in 3Q and expected sales volume from the project is about USD 1.93 million (KRW 2.3 billion). M-PAGE and a mobile service company in Japan are under discussion over a large scale of project and the contract for this project is expected to be completed in 4Q 2009 or 1H010. It seems difficult for M-Page to be qualified for IPO due to its weak performance at the moment. M-Page still plans to pull up its sales revenue to USD 6.73 million (KRW 8.0 billion) and operating profit to USD 1.01 million (KRW 1.2 billion) in 2009. M&A, trade-sale or redemption (IRR 12%) are being considered as alternative exit methods.

10th Floor MSA Bldg. #891-43 Daechi-dong Kangnam-gu Seoul 135-280 Korea P: 82-2-3404-7803 F: 82-2-3453-5188 www.sticinvestments.com

M-PAGE Sales revenue

2008

3Q 2008

3Q 2009

6,659

4,201

6,000

43%

Operating income

487

-278

600

%CHANGE

316%

Net income

519

-255

500

296%

(UNITS IN KRW MILLION)

WWW.M-PAGE.CO.KR


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museum

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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Whitney Museum of American Art Synagogue for the Arts Museum of Modern Art New Museum of Contemporary Art

“All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.”

counterproposals, Giedion tells the tale of Modernism’s inevitable linear development: history as inexorable force. This is shown to have goose-stepped from Ledoux and Schinkel, through Morris, Ruskin and Viollet-le-Duc, by way of Richardson, Sullivan and Wright succeeding each other like railroad cars, past Adolf Loos to the full flowering of Gropius, Mies and Corbu. Thereafter –for the arthistorical cycle to be complete as described by Woelfflin-- only mannerism and baroque elaboration remained to be accomplished. This was conveniently provided by Saarinen, Rudolph, Breuer and perhaps Nervi. Even the redoubtable Vincent Scully bought this edited version of recent architectural history; his slim, seminal and popular volume, Modern Architecture, shows a similar disregard for the Beaux-Arts and Deco; maybe that’s why he thundered only mildly at Penn Station’s impending death. With nowhere left to go stylistically, and modernism corroding what was left of our cities, post-modernism seemed a natural. It turned out to be a flash in the pan, but it introduced much-needed eclecticism into modernism’s severe and constrained vocabulary.

introduction

Not too long ago the Teutonic scholar Siegfried Giedion collaborated with modernist architects to decide what was modern architecture and what was not. In a weighty tome purporting to trace the course of architectural history from about the French (or Industrial) Revolution to the time he was writing in the Fifties, Siegfried laid down the ground rules for consideration of architecture as art. His magnum opus, Space, Time and Architecture, is noteworthy more for its omissions than its inclusions. You look in vain for serious discussion of the Empire State Building, Woolworth, Chrysler, Grand Central, Penn Station, the Fontainebleau, Mussolini’s mad Milano Stazione Centrale or Speer’s Kanzlei. Though socialist in his leanings and Stalinist in his selective presentation of history’s greatest hits, Giedion also omits Moscow’s wedding cakes from his chronicle. The reason is quite simple: here is laid out a linear timeline of the orderly development of an idea. Purged of all messy detours, deviations or

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museum The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum | 10 Whitney Museum of American Art | 14 Synagogue for the Arts | 16 Museum of Modern Art | 20 New Museum of Contemporary Art | 24

Philip Johnson (American Architect, 1906-2005)

Site Dimensions Width: 25 feet Depth: 81 feet, 4 inches Building: Height: 278 feet, 6 inches Floor Area: Gross: 33,000 square feet Net: 24,850 square feet

Construction start: 1998 Completion: 2002 Client: Republic of Austria, Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs

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Architect Atelier Raimund Abraham, New York, United States

Whitney Museum of American Art

Located in New York City, USA, the Whitney’s permanent collection contains more than 12,000 works in a wide variety of media. The Whitney places a particular emphasis on exhibiting the work of living artists for its collection as well as maintaining an extensive permanent collection containing many important pieces from the rfi st half of the century. The museum’s Annual and Biennial exhibitions have long been a venue for younger and less well-known artists whose work the museum showcases.

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

, the museum’s namesake and founder, was herself a well-regarded sculptor as well as a serious art collector. As a patron of the arts, she had already achieved some success as the creator of the “Whitney Studio Club,” a New York-based exhibition space which she created in 1918 to promote the works of avant-garde and unrecognized artists. By 1929, she had amassed nearly 700 works of contemporary American art which she offered to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met turned down her gift, and Mrs. Whitney instead used her collection to found the “Whitney Museum of American Art” in 1931. Gertrude Whitney’s daughter, Flora Payne Whitney, served as a museum trustee, then as vice president. From 1942 to 1974 she was the museum’s president

and chairman after which she functioned as honorary chairman until her death in 1986. Her daughter, Flora Miller Biddle, served as its president until 1985. In 1999, her book The Whitney Women and the Museum They Made was published by Arcade Publishing. After two changes of venue, the Whitney settled in 1966 at Madison Avenue at 75th Street in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The present building, planned and built 1963–1966 by Marcel Breuer and Hamilton P. Smith in a distinctively modern style, is easily distinguished from the neighboring townhouses by its staircase façade made from granite stones and its external upside-down windows.

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Containing an unprecedented sixtysix oils and fifty drawings from the Netherlands, and poignant excerpts from the artist’s letters, it was a major public success and became “a precursor to the hold van Gogh has to this day on the contemporary imagination”. The museum also gained international prominence with the hugely successful and now famous Picasso retrospective of 1939-40, held in conjunction with the Art Institute of Chicago. In its range of presented works, it represented a significant reinterpretation of Picasso for future art scholars and historians. This was wholly masterminded by Barr, a Picasso enthusiast, and lionized the artist of the time, setting the model for all the museum’s retrospectives that were to follow. When Abby Rockefeller’s son Nelson was selected by the board of trustees to become its flamboyant president in 1939, at the age of thirty, he became the prime instigator and funder of its publicity, acquisitions and subsequent expansion into new headquarters on 53rd Street. His brother, David Rockefeller, also joined the Museum’s board of trustees, in 1948, and took over the presidency when Nelson took up position as Governor of New York in 1958.


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