Siu-Fong Evans has competed in the following tournaments:
1St World Traditional Wushu Festival, Zhengzhou, ChinaOctober 16-20, 2004 This is a tough competition. Each competitor was allowed to compete 2 events. Siu-Fong competed the Wudang Taiji sword and Yang Style Taiji. She won 2 Silver Medals(second price)! During our stay with the USAWKF Team, Siu-Fong and Jing Jing have been interviewed 4-5 times in China TV and newspaper. What a Trip!
Sanya, Hainan Island, ChinaThe 2001 First World Taijiquan And Health Conference
This conference was organized by Chinese Officials and the Chinese Wushu Association. Siu-Fong competed in 2 taiji events, the maximum allowed, and ranked in the first level (yi deng jiang) in both events. Her Sun style was flawless, earning her a perfect score.
Yongnian (Birth Place of Yang Luchan), Hebei Province, ChinaThe 2000 China Yongnian Taijiquan Festival
This festival was organized by Chinese Officials. Siu-Fong competed in 4 taiji events. She won 2 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze medal.
Scottsdale, ArizonaWorld Martial Arts 2000 Grand Championship Festival
Siu-Fong competed in all taiji-quan and taiji sword routines, won 5 gold medals, and was proclaimed Grand Champion for Internal Forms.
Baltimore, MarylandThe 2000 International Kung Fu Championships and Festival
In this USAWKF-organized festival, Siu-Fong competed in all taiji-quan and taiji sword routines, won 6 gold, 4 silver, and 1 bronze medal, and was proclaimed Grand Champion for Internal Forms. The president of the USAWKF invited her to return in 2001 as a judge.
Orlando, FloridaTournament 2000 Wah Lum International Kung Fu Championship
Siu-Fong competed in all taiji-quan and taiji sword routines and won six gold and two silver medals. She competed in more events than any other competitor and won the most in the Internal Form Division. In addition, Siu-Fong was honored as a VIP.
St. Petersburg, Florida2000 International Chinese Martial Arts Championship
Siu-Fong competed in all taiji-quan and taiji sword routines, won gold for every one, and was proclaimed Grand Champion for Internal Forms. She was invited to return in 2001 as a judge and performer at the Master's Demonstration.
Dallas, Texas1999 & 2000 Taiji Legacy and Kung-Fu Championship
Siu-Fong won a total of twenty four gold and two silver medals, plus the International Taiji Legacy Grand Champion Cup, a record breaking achievement.
Cupertino, California1999 15th Chinese-American Athletic Tournament
Siu-Fong won one gold, two silver, and one bronze medal.
San Francisco, California1998 International Eagle Cup Kung-Fu Tournament
Siu-Fong won two gold and two silver medals, plus a bronze medal in the Grand Champion Competition.