Xinxiu (新秀), which means "New Talent" or "up and coming youngster", is a Chinese Tournament for youth players, currently sponsored by Ricoh. From 1998 until 2001, a tournament under the same name was sponsored by NEC. The prizes are 30,000 yuan for the winner and 10,000 for the runner-up.
In 2021, the "4th" Xinxiu was held, apparently the fourth edition sponsored by Fujian Boss Software Development. This "4th Fujian Boss Xinxiu" was won by Li Haotong, who beat Fu Jianheng. If the tournament was held in 2020 then the Fujian Boss version would have begun in 2018, otherwise in 2017. That doesn't mean that the Ricoh version was necessarily held in 2015, -16 or -17 though.
|8th||2014||Huang Yunsong 3d||1-0||Ma Yichao 2d|
|7th||2013||Li Qincheng 1d||1-0||Huang Yunsong 3d|
|6th||2012||Li Xuanhao 3d||1-0||Yang Dingxin 3d|
|5th||2011||Yang Dingxin 3d||1-0||Fan Tingyu 3d|
|4th||2010||Lian Xiao 3d||1-0||Li Haojie 3d|
|3rd||2009||Mi Yuting 1d||1-0||Zhou Hexi 2d|
|2nd||2008||Jiang Weijie 3d||1-0||Wang Wei 2d|
|1st||2007||Wu Guangya 3d||1-0||Yin Hang 3d|
From 1998 until 2001, the Xinxiu was sponsored by NEC, the winner played in the Japan-China New Faces match, part of the Japan-China Super Go match.
|1st||1998||Ye Gui 5d||1-0||Luo Xihe 6d|
|2nd||1999||Dong Yan 6d||1-0||Duan Rong 6d|
|3rd||2000||Xu Shuxiang 5d||1-0||Ding Wei 7d|
|4th||2001||Dong Yan 7d||1-0||Kong Jie 5-dan|