September 16, 2022 8:01am


What has chaged with No question answered ...

Is it DST Capital?  Is DST Capital really managed by Mrs. bin Zhao of Weston, Mass and Hong Yu, president of BSTG?

Is LIU Dong-hai chairman of D. Phone, one of the largest smartphone retailers in China and Dixintong Technology group; the ultimate funder of DST Capital?

Questions that need to be answered: investors have the right to ask (the Constitution’s First Amendment protects freedom of speech, the press) … transparency

Biostage (OTCQB: BSTG) closed up +$1.05 to $6.25 with 675 shares traded after Monday’s -$1.75 with 17,027 shares traded after Friday’s +$0.15, Thursday’s -$0.40 (was -$2.20) trading 7,913 shares <3-month average = 1,343>, Wednesday’s +$2.20 with 13,882 shares traded and last Tuesday’s +$0.45 with 1,249 shares traded following the previous Monday’s flat,

So, WHAT is BSTG’s relationship with … LIU Dong-hai of D. Phone, is one of the largest smartphone retailers in China and its sub-unit and parent company of Dixintong Technology Group in China of which Jason Chen, board member of BSTG and a VP of Dixintong?

HOW many times did Shunfu Hu, VP of business development and operations say to me – that Beijing, China based LIU Dong-hai was the ULTIMATE AUTHORITY in BSTG’s future?


Is there a relationship with MSS (China’s State Security Ministry i.e., secret police) and D. Phone and Dixintong Technology Group in relation to BSTG?


Recently, BSTG’s board of directors (BOD) approved on 7/28 amending and restating their Certificate of Incorporation to affect a reverse split of the issued and outstanding common stock at a ratio of not less than 1-for-1.25 and not greater than 1-for-5. What about all those PPM (private placements) as an offering follows?

Is the purchase/pump/promote a preparatory “move’ to reverse the private shares accumulated by multiple PPM (private placement memorandums) for a public offering by Newbridge Securities?

Question, current investors would like an answer before the coming stock reverse to be followed by a public offering?