Li Hewen

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Li.

Li Hewen (Chinese: 李赫文; pinyin: Lǐ Hèwén; born November 30, 1981 in Liaoning, China) is a Chinese professional pool player. He made it to the finals in the Vietnam leg of the 2006 WPA Asian Nine-ball Tour, but lost to Efren Reyes.

In 2006, Li Hewen reached the semi-finals of the WPA World Nine-ball Championship, which was the farthest ever achieved by a player from China. However, his run came to an end upon facing Ronato Alcano who would later win the title.

In 2007, Li Hewen along with Fu Jian-bo represented Team China in the World Cup of Pool where they won the title defeating Team Finland of Mika Immonen and Markus Juva.[1]

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