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Zheng Haixia
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Basketball Player
    (March 7, 1967- )
    Born in Zhecheng, Shangqiu, Henan, China
    Pronounced 'Hi-Shaw Jheng'
    Olympic Bronze Medalist (1984)
    Olympic Silver Medalist (1992)
    World Championship MVP (1994)
    Center for the Chinese national team (1983-1997) and the Los Angeles Sparks (1997-1998)
    Won the WNBA Sportsmanship Award (1997)
    She guided the Chinese basketball team to 4th place in her final Olympic appearance (1996).
    Her WNBA playing career was short-lived.
    She was one of the WNBA's slowest players.
    She only played 6 games in her last WNBA season.
    She was the first Chinese basketball player to play in a U.S. professional basketball league.
    She was both the first Asian and international player to win a WNBA award.
    She was considered one of China's best basketball players.
    She recorded a .618 field goal percentage during the WNBA's inaugural season.
    She ran in the 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay.

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