The Women's Mingren or Female Mingren is a Chinese professional women's tournament, the female equivalent of the Mingren.
It has a complicated history.
The first incarnation was as what is now known as the Old Women's Mingren, which ran from 1989 to 1991. In each edition, the tournament changed its location and name.
It's unclear why Japanese professional Aoki Kikuyo apparently competed in the 1991 edition.
|1||1989||Huang Yan||Zhang Xuan||Jinxing||Beijing|
|2||1990||Xu Ying||Yang Hui||Huanghe||Xian|
|3||1991||Ye Gui||Aoki Kikuyo||Shuxing||Hainan|
The next form of the event was the Female Mingren of 2001 to 2002, which was resurrected for a 2005 edition as well.
|1||2001||Zhang Xuan||1-0||Yang Hui|
|2||2002||Yu Meiling||1-0||Meng Zhaoyu|
|3||2005||Ye Gui||2-0||Li Chunhua|
After another hiatus, a third version was created: the Huang Longshi Female Mingren, which was held in 2010 and 2011. It might also have been held in later years, but there's no obvious information to support that possibility.
|1||2010||Zheng Yan||1-0||Li He|
|2||2011||Li He||1-0||Chen Yiming|
The most recent tournament is sponsored by the People's Daily newspaper group, first held in 2018, or 2018-19. It has a Go to Everyone! section.
|1||2018||Chen Yiming||2-0||Wang Chuang|
|2||2019||Zhou Hongyu||1-0||Wang Yubo|