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Hi, I saw you just started an article on one of the Chinese hockey players, Wang Chongwei. When creating articles for people make sure to add the appropriate project banners including the BLP one to to the talk page.--Crossmr (talk) 07:57, 11 January 2010 (UTC)

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Asia League[edit]

China, Japan and Korea all had their own domestic national leagues. However after the financial crisis they ran in to money problems. They wanted to keep hockey alive so they started the Asia league. Japan and China also have national tournaments on top of that. Japan has the all Japan tournament, but beyond that I'm not sure really sure. I don't speak Japanese and haven't had any luck reaching out to Japanese editors. In fact I've had the opposite of luck. Mostly what I've experienced is that those who are interested in Japanese hockey don't really speak English and make drive-by edits from mysterious sources that may or may not turn out to be true, but that's a whole nother discussion that may have to happen at AN/I one day.

As for Korea, they have the Dosmetic Championship which is apparently open to any hockey team who wants to enter, but in practice it's the pro teams and university teams. They also have the Kangwon Cup which is mainly for the university teams and seems to be a replacement for the Divisional Domestic tournament. The KIHL used to be made up of company teams and the university teams all together. They also have an amateur league, which I think halla sponsors now, it was the Jim Paek league. I'd have to check, I don't keep up on that one. They also have a beer league which some ex-pats get involved in.

As for China, I have no idea really. The only english information we get is stuff Bell Metzer writes on NHL.com and the odd story from when the Sharks were involved with them. Beyond that, there isn't a lot of concentrated coverage and my chinese is worse than my non-existent japanese. They had a league as far as I know.. I don't know if it still continues. I don't know if the championship has a league attached to it, but I don't think it does since the teams listed as being involved in it are what make up the current asian league team. Hockey actually has a very long history in China, and they were better in the past, but it has gone down hill bad.

I'm currently working on this for Korea Korea Divisional Domestic Championship, this was a 47 year tournament that shut down almost 10 years ago. and when it's done, I'll probably tackle the Kangwon Cup. Any questions let me know.--Crossmr (talk) 11:01, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

It was a separate tournament. It included things like middle school and high school divisions, the domestic tournament was just everyone together. Which of course the younger divisions had no chance at so they didn't partake. I don't know if the Kangwon Cup still does those divisions or not, I'll look in to it when I get to that article. Unfortunately in the early days newspapers were only a couple pages, so they didn't have a lot of space to editorialize on hockey. Though they did include a large article one year explaining hockey rules and terms and there is the odd photo here and there.--Crossmr (talk) 12:05, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

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