The Game of Go: Selected Translation of High Quality Chinese Go Articles

About Go translating

Hello, I’m a enthusiast of go in China. According to my knowledge there is a growing number enthusiasts of go but there are only limited number of high quality content about the game of go in English. That is why I’d like to translate some of those article from Chinese.

Most of my article would be taken from a magazine called World of WeiQi(围棋天地), which offers a lot of high quality article by both professional and very advanced player and it is targeted auditions includes enthusiasts from middle level amateurs all the way to the entry level professional player.

I’d like to translate 1 to 2 articles every other week and includes some problems from the magazine and I hope this could help enthusiasts who would like to keep up with the latest professional view on the game of go.

I’m only a middle or upper middle amateur player at best so my translation would inevitably have some bugs, I hope this wouldn’t affect your reading and please contact me if you find one. also if you have any question about go please shot me an email at (replace the # with @)

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