Chinese language chess Grandmaster who’s placed highly in worldwide ranks and came in 6th place in the Globe Juniors Tournament in 2005. He started playing chess in the early age of six. He’s a previous chess prodigy and in 2007, he became China’s 23rd Grandmaster at age 18. He grew up in Shangxi, China. He and Bu Xiangzhi are two of the very best Chinese language chess players.