Monday, June 30, 2008

The 2008 Toronto Xiangqi Open Tournament final ended today


The 2008 Toronto Xiangqi Open Tournament final ended today

Below is the result of the final matches
Championship Match:
  • 1st: Game Zhang, YaoGuang 张耀光 RL/先负 Lin, ShiXiong 林世雄

  • 2nd Game: Lin, ShiXiong 林世雄 RL/先负 Zhang, YaoGuang 张耀光

  • 10 min. Fast Game: Lin, ShiXiong 林世雄 RL/先负 Zhang, YaoGuang 张耀光

3rd and 4th Place Match:
  • 1st Game: Li, YaChao 李亚超 RW/先胜 Ng, Paul 吴岳林
  • 2nd Game: Ng, Paul 吴岳林 RT/先和 Li, YaChao 李亚超

Final rankings of the tournament
  • Open
    • 1. Zhang, YaoGuang 张耀光
    • 2. Lin, ShiXiong 林世雄
    • 3. Li, YaChao李亚超
    • 4. Ng, Paul 吴岳林
    • 5. Yao, Jim 姚建华
    • 6. Tan, James 陈国平
    • 7. Lam, QuanWei 林权威
    • 8. Fan, JinZu 范佐津

  • Senior
    • 1. Mo, ZeMen 莫泽文
    • 2. Ngo, Khai 吴启
    • 3. Li, Chong 李章

  • Junior
    • 1.Liu, BoYang 刘博洋

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Self introduction



My name is Victor Liu, and I'm 15 years old. I immigrated to Toronto with my parents in 2001. I started learning Chinese chess when I was 5. At 6, I participated in Harbin抯 Chinese Chess Competition, and I was seventh in the junior group. At 7, I placed first in the same competition.

In 2003, I read about the Chinese Chess Association on the newspaper, and it revived my interest in Chinese chess. I participated in many more events organized by the association thereafter, and was first in the junior division several times.

Chinese chess not only enhanced my logical thinking skills, it also helped with my school work. It has also influenced my achievements in math, science, and computing.

Chinese chess has become an important hobby of mine, and I have made many friends from it. Chinese chess has already become a part of my life.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

2008 Toronto Xiangqi Open -Round 4

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

2008 Toronto Open

5/30/2008 Chinese Festival pictures