Martial arts professional who built his film debut as Cheng in the 2010 remake from the Karate Child. He started trained in Wushu on the Beijing Shichahai Beginner Sports College at age group four. He was a two-time Beijing Youngsters Wushu precious metal medalist before getting uncovered and auditioning for his debut function. His father delivered him from the family members to reside in Beijing. He performed among Jaden Smith ‘s on-screen competitors in The Karate Child.
|1||At the age of 4, his father sent him to the Beijing Shenshahai/Beijing Shichahai Amateur Sports School. After training for three and a half years, his father sent him to the Haidian Gymnasium and he began learning the national wushu routines.|
|2||Zhenwei received many awards in national competitions at a young age. He was awarded two gold medals in the Beijing Youth Wushu Competition.|
|3||When Zhenwei was 10, he came in first out of 57 excellent competitors when the national wushu team was searching for new members, and he successfully entered the national wushu B-Mannschaft.|
|4||When filming The Karate Kid (2010), Zhenwei suffered a head injury requiring four stitches. He received it while chasing Jaden Smith (who played Dre Parker) after being splashed by the dirty water; Zhenwei hit his head on an oil pail. In addition, he received other minor injuries.|
|Movie Martial Arts vs. Reality||2012||TV Series||Boss|
|The Karate Kid||2010||Cheng|
|Justin Bieber: Never Say Never||2010||Video short||Cheng|
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