Table Tennis in China

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Looking for somewhere to play table tennis in China or Asia?
Let me point you in the right direction...

 By Martin Hughes
 Owner and Editor

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The whole world knows that China has the best table tennis players in the world, and therefore they'll have the best table tennis clubs and facilities.

So if you're looking for Chinese or Asian table tennis clubs, I have some great resources here for you.

Firstly, I have a list of table tennis clubs in China and Asia which have been submitted by visitors to my web site.

You can view the list right here.

And if you belong to a table tennis club in China or in Asia yourself, why not add YOUR CLUB to the list ... it's really easy to do.


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Chinese Table Tennis Clubs

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The Chinese Table Tennis Association (CTTA) was founded in 1953.

Today, the CTTA has the largest table tennis population in the world including nearly 500 clubs.

The CTTA has staged such events as the World Championships, the World Cup, Pro Tour events, Pro Tour Grand Finals, Asian Games, Asian Championships and the Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament.

President: Mr. Liu Guoliang
Chinese Table Tennis Association
Address: No. 4 Tiyuguan Road, Beijing, 100061, China
Tel: +86 10 87183486
Tel: +86 10 87183488
Fax: +86 10 67129838
E-mail: ctta @

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Asia & Middle East Table Tennis Clubs

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For Asia and the Middle East try using the Asian Table Tennis Union web site.

There you'll find information on table tennis in the 45 Member Associations consisting of: Afghanistan (AFG), Bahrain (BRN), Bangladesh (BAN), Bhutan (BHU), Brunei (BRU), Cambodia (CAM), China (CHN), Chinese Taipei (TPE), East Timor (TLS), Hong Kong China (HKG), India (IND), Indonesia (INA), Iran (IRI), Iraq (IRQ), Japan (JPN), Jordan (JOR), Kazakhstan (KAZ), Korea DPR (PRK), Korea Republic (KOR), Kuwait (KUW), Kyrgyzstan (KGZ), Laos (LAO), Lebanon (LBN), Macao China (MAC), Malaysia (MAS), Maldives (MDV), Mongolia (MGL), Myanmar (MYA), Nepal (NEP), Oman (OMA), Pakistan (PAK), Palestine (PLE), Philippines (PHI), Qatar (QAT), Saudi Arabia (KSA), Singapore (SGP), Sri Lanka (SRI), Syria (SYR), Tajikistan (TJK), Thailand (THA), Turkmenistan (TKM), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Uzbekistan (UZB), Vietnam (VIE) and Yemen (YEM).

You can find contact details for these National Associations here.


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Kuching United Recreation TT Club Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Chinese National Table Tennis Training Centre Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China
Santa Maria Table Tennis Club Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines
Captain Table Tennis Club Las Pinas City, Philippines
Multinational Village Table Tennis Club Paranaque City, Philippines
Harrison Plaza Table Tennis Club Manila, Philippines
AYA Table Tennis Club Siem Reap, Cambodia
South Khorasan Children Table Tennis Club Birjand, Iran
RBS Table Tennis Club Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal
Krishnanagar Sanskar Mandal Table Tennis Club Bhavnagar City, Gujarat, India

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