We report progresses of a joint project on searching for extremely metal-poor (EMP) stars based on LAMOST survey and Subaru follow-up observation. Follow-up high-resolution snapshot spectra have been obtained for 70 objects, resulting in 42 EMP stars. A number of chemically interesting objects have already been identified, including (1) Two UMP (ultra metal-poor) stars with [Fe/H] ~ -4.0. One of them is the second UMP turnoff star with Li detection. (2) A super Li-rich (A(Li) ~ 3.1) EMP giant. This is the most metal-poor and extreme example of Li enhancement in giants known to date, and will shed light on Li production during the evolution of red giants. (3) A few EMP stars showing extreme overabundance in heavy elements. Detailed abundances of these extreme objects and statistics obtained by the large sample of EMP stars will provide important constraints on the Galactic halo formation.