Timeline of Achievements

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 1970
Selected to join the Zhejiang Wushu Team at age 15

1972
Won Best Wushu Performance in a wushu competition in Hefei City, Anhui Province

1973
Member of the Chinese National Wushu Team. Placed first in Long Fist and third All-Around.

1974
Member of the Historic 1974 Chinese National Wushu Team. Invited to the U.S. to perform for President Nixon at the White House.

1975
Member of the Chinese National Wushu Team. Invited to the U.K to perform for Queen Elizabeth II as part of an international tour.

1976
Won first place in Yang Style Tai chi at the National Invitational Competition in Beijing

1977
Won first place in wushu sword and second place in Yang Style Tai Chi at the Chinese National Competition in Bamon City, Mongolia.

1978
Won second place in Yang Style Tai Chi and Wushu Double Swords and third place in Wushu Partner Fighting routines at the All-China National Competition in Changsha City, Hunan.

1979
Member of the Chinese National Wushu Team. Honored as the Most Popular Team Member on the team's international tour.

1980
Won second place in Yang Style Tai Chi and Wushu Traditional Double Spear routine at the All-China National Competition in Kunming City, Yunnan.

1981 - 1991
Appointed head coach of the Zheijiang State Professional Wushu Team and served in the position for ten years.

1981
Began studies at the Shaghai Sports College, studying sports medicine, history, sports physiology, sports psychology, principles of coaching and sports history.

1985
Won first place in Sun Style Taijiquan and second place in 48 Form at the All-China National Competition in Harbing City, Hei Longjiang

1986
Member of the committee that created the Chinese National Competition Standards and Rules for Tai Chi.

Won first place in Sun Style Taijiquan and second place in Taijijian at the All-China National Competition in Taiyuen City, Shanxi.

1987
Member of the Chinese National Wushu Team. Won first place in Sun Style Taijiquan and second place in Taijijian at the All-China National Competition in Wuhan City, Hubei.

1988
Member of the first Chinese National Tai Chi Team. Won first place in Sun Style Taijiquan at the First China-Japan Tai Chi Competition.

Member of the Chinese National Wushu Team.

Filmed by the Chinese Wushu Research Institute demonstrating the Sun Style Taijiquan competition routine.

1996
Began teaching tai chi in Connecticut

1997
Emigrated to the U.S. Granted a "Person of Extraordinary Ability" visa.

Collaborated with Master Jou Tsung Hwa at the Tai Chi Farm in Warwick, NY.

1999
Opened the Aiping Tai Chi and Wushu Center in Orange, CT

Received Oustanding Achievement Award and Awarded "A Top World Level" by the International Wushu Association in Beijing.

2002
Basic Movements of Tai Chi Chuan instructional video received The Communication Awards for excellence in communication.

2008
Awarded 8th Duan from the International Wushu Shanshou Dao Association.

Recognized as one of the Top 100 Martial Artists in the World by the World Culture Science Academe in Hong Kong.

2008 - 2018
Head judge of New York/New Jersey International Wushu and Tai Chi competition.

2018
Special invited master to 2018 World Tai Chi Cultural Festival in Sanya, China.