This tournament is also known as the Xianye Cup.
It is a ladies-only tournament, the final phase being a 16-player knockout, with a best-of-3 final. 8 players are seeded into the final phase, the other 8 positions are filled by a qualification phase.
It is the richest chinese female tournament: first two prizes are 150,000 and 60,000 Yuan.
|1st||2003||Zhang Xuan||Huang Jia||2-0|
|2nd||2004||Zhang Xuan||Zheng Yan||2-1|
|3rd||2005||Zhang Xuan||Zheng Yan||2-0|
|4th||2006||Zhang Xuan||Lu Jia||2-0|
|5th||2007||Zheng Yan||Wang Xiangyun||2-0|
|6th||2008||Lu Jia||Wang Xiangyun||2-1|
|7th||2009||Lu Jia||Zheng Yan||2-1|
|8th||2010||Wang Xiangyun||Tang Yi||2-1|
|9th||2011||Zhang Xuan||Cao Youyin||2-0|
|10th||2012||Wang Chenxing||Rui Naiwei||2-1|
|11th||2013||Rui Naiwei||Wang Chenxing||2-0|
|12th||2014||Cao Youyin||Chen Yiming||2-1|
|13th||2015||Yu Zhiying||Wang Shuang ||2-1|
|14th||2016||Lu Jia||Li He||2-1|
|15th||2017||Rui Naiwei||Yin Qu||2-0|
|16th||2018||Wang Chenxing||Cai Bihan||2-0|
|17th||2019||Wang Shuang||Pan Yang||2-0|
|18th||2021||Zhou Hongyu||Zhao Yifei||2-0|
 Note that Shuang is the accepted reading of the name 爽, which is in use on other sites, in contrast to Chuang which is used on the Go to Everyone! page.