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Zhou Zheng Wu (Chris Zhou) is one of the most renowned sword smiths in China.

The Macao Museum was so impressed with the sword that they purchased the sword and placed it on display.

" Han Wu Sword " is ranked # 1 in the "masters of fire" competition.

Born in Longquan, the legendary city of sword makers for the last 2,500 years, Zhou learned the art of sword forging from his father. Renowned for his ability Zhou has created swords for some of China's top officials including Wu Lan Fu (the former vice president), and Xi Zhongxun (the Deputy Prime Minister). Currently Zhou is the curator of the Longquan Zheng Wu Sword Forging Institute and for the Longquan Sword Museum.

Chris Zhou Profile:

Mr.Chris Zhou
1968 Zhou Zheng Wu (Chris Zhou),was born in Longquan city (the city with a history of sword forging that stretches back 2500 years), in Zhejiang Province, China.
1988 Under his father's instruction, Zhou began studying the art of forging swords.He has gone on to forge swords for Wu Lan Fu,the former Chinese Vice Chairman, and Xi Zhongxun, The Deputy Prime Minister.

2001 Awarded the professional title of Arts and Crafts Master of Zhejiang in Zhejiang Province from the Zhejiang government.

2002 Founded the Zheng Wu Sword Forging Institute,where he lectures and produces traditional swords. This was also the location where he produced the first patterned sword. The sword was created using the traditional fold and composite forging. The sword was warmly received at the renowned Bo Dao Qi (complex fold up forging) Chinese sword forum.

2003 Awarded the Silver Prize by the Chinese Arts Association.
2004 Founded the Longquan Sword Museum, which features Longquan swords. Was awarded the Arts and Crafts Fine Work Prize and Excellence Prize for the Zhejiang Pro
2005 He participated in the Chinese Folk Arts and Crafts Exhibition and was awarded the "Prize of the Work of Nature".
2005 The Han Wu was the only opus chosen in China to be held in the Macao Art Museum.
Masters of Fire 15/10/2005 - 15/1/2006
International Exhibition of Contemporary Blade smiths