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Chinese Chess Association 中国国际象棋协会 Formation 1962 (made independent in 1986) Type Sports organisation Legal status autonomous, non-profit Purpose/focus Chess Headquarters Beijing, China Official languages Chinese language Parent organization Zhongguo Qiyuan Affiliations FIDE (joined in 1975) Website http://chess.sport.org.cn/ The Chinese Chess Association (CCA) (中国国际象棋协会) is the governing body of chess in China and is one of the federations of FIDE. It is also a member of the Asian Chess Federation (ACF). It is the principal authority over all chess events in China, including the China Chess League (CCL). Founded in 1986, the CCA is headquartered in Beijing.[1] Contents 1 History 2 Role 2.1 National team 3 Commissions 4 Funding 5 Key people 6 See also 7 References 8 External links // History Due to its unpopularity in the country the game of chess was first affiliated to the Chinese Xiangqi Association when it was established in November 1962. With the achievements made by Chinese chess players in major world tournaments and the increasing popularity of the game in China, the Chinese Chess Association was formed in 1986, with Hong Lin as the President. Role CCA is a member of the National Olympic Committee and officially joined FIDE in 1975. Its aims are to promote and popularize the game of chess and general organization of the chess sport in China, representate the country on the international stage, coordinate the activities of clubs and regional associations as well as organization of individual and team tournaments and championships (in different age categories). It promotes the participation of the game in schools. The CCA selects and finances the Chinese national team for the biannual Chess Olympiad, World Team Chess Championships (every 4 years), Asian Team Chess Championships, Asian Chess Games, Asian Indoor Games, national chess summits, and it also funds players' training and for them to participate in individual tournaments. National team See also: China national chess team results. Following is a namelist of the national chess team setup: Team manager: Lin Feng Deputy team manager: Li Wenliang Head coach: Ye Jiangchuan Deputy head coach: Zhang Weida Coaches: Xu Jun, Yin Hao, Yu Shaoteng Players: Men's team Bu Xiangzhi Ni Hua Wang Yue Wang Hao Zhang Pengxiang Ye Jiangchuan Peng Xiaomin Li Chao Zhou Jianchao Zhao Jun Xu Jun Zhou Weiqi Women's team Hou Yifan Zhao Xue Xu Yuhua Ruan Lufei Qin Kanying Wang Pin Shen Yang Huang Qian Wang Yu Ju Wenjun Commissions Judges Commission Press & Publicity Commission Technical Training Commission Junior Working Commission Promotion & Development Commission Qualification Appraisal Commission Women Working Commission External Affairs Commission Funding Officials of the Chinese Chess Association are appointed by the National Sports Committee which also provides funding.[2] The Chinese Chess Association, in 1993, received an endowment fund from Singapore businessman Mr. Lee Seng Tee who donated about US $1.5 million. 10% of this donation was for the establishment of the Chess library in China QiYuan. The remaining 90% were deposited in a fixed account from which the Chinese Chess Association drew interest mainly for its administrative operations and to send players for overseas competitions. In 1997, the Chinese Chess Association founded a computer firm to fund its other activities on an annual basis.[2] Key people Chu Bo, President (succeeded Chen Zude in March 2009 FIDE press release) Ye Jiangchuan, General Secretary Tian Hongwei (Abigail Tian), vice General Secretary and Director of Press & Publicity Department Yin Hao, Rating Officer See also Chess around the world Chess in China Chinese Chess Championship, national championship Zhongguo Qiyuan, an official national super-agency responsible for board games and card games References ^ FIDE Online. FIDE Member Federation Profile: China ^ a b Chess in China - The Awakening of a Dragon by Ignatius Leong, International Arbiter. Chinese Chess Association. Official Website of the Chinese Olympic Committee. External links Chinese Chess Association - Official website FIDE Member Federation Profile v • d • e Chess in China Governing bodies Chinese Chess Association | China Qiyuan | All-China Sports Federation | General Administration of Sport Competitions Pearl Spring Tournament | National League | National Team Results | National Championships | Continental Championships | Olympiads | World Mind Sports Games Grandmasters (in chronological order) Ye Rongguang* | Xie Jun* | Ye Jiangchuan* | Xu Jun | Wang Zili* | Peng Xiaomin | Liang Jinrong* | Wu Shaobin** | Zhang Zhong** | Bu Xiangzhi | Wu Wenjin* | Zhang Pengxiang | Zhu Chen** | Li Shilong | Ni Hua | Liang Chong* | Yu Shaoteng | Wang Yue | Zhao Jun | Wang Hao | Zhou Jianchao | Xu Yuhua | Li Chao | Zhao Xue | Wen Yang | Zhou Weiqi | Hou Yifan | Wang Rui | Yu Yangyi | Ding Liren | *=inactive, **=former FIDE Top 100 Country List