Founder of International Chan Wu
Shi Xing Hong (birth name : Wang DeQing)
- Appeared in countless martial arts magazines worldwide, and featured in many Chinese documentaries as well as on Discovery, PBS and CBS.
- 2009 held the second ICWF world championships in Budapest, Hungary.
- 2009 Together with other organizations based in Guangdong, The Chan Wu International opens Chan Wu Center as a transmission base for martial arts learning and Chinese culture.
- 2003 - 2009 continuously working together with Guangdong government on studies in both China and Hungary, in search to develop Cultural exchange as well as worldwide spread of Chan Wu.
- 2008 additional position as the coach of the Hungarian Presidential Protective Escorts.
- 2005 held the first ICWF world championships in Budapest, Hungary.
- In the same year, he was employed by the Hungarian government as the Chief Coach of Regimental Police to train the Special Forces and police elites.
- 2003 Hungary Government appoints him Hungary National Police Boxing Team leader and form the Hungary Police Sports Association Shaolin Kung Fu Department.
- 2003 founded the International Chan Wu Federation to preserve and promote authentic traditional Shaolin Gong Fu as it was taught to him by his masters in the Shaolin Temple itself.
- 2002 Xing Hong's Hungarian group of students win best team at the World Kung Fu Championships in Tokyo, Japan.
- 1999 Xing Hong settles in Hungary where old WW2 bases and terrains are transformed into Shaolin Training Camps.
- 1995 - 1999 he is Shaolins top man and leads teams to perform all over the world on several different tours.
- 18 - 21 yrs. continues to be top performer and also the most sought after teacher at Shaolin.
- 18 yrs. Wang DeQing became known as the best at Shaolin in all of Henan province, becomes a warrior monk and receives his monk name, Shi Xing Hong, from the temple's leaders.
- At 12 years old Wang DeQing and 2 other boys are selected out of the remaining 50 to enter the temple gates to join 13 others to form the Shaolin Temple Martial Arts Team and became novice monks.
- 1983...at the age of 9 he entered a government run school with coaches from Shaolin Temple joining 800 other young children to complete a 3 year training program.