While being bored, Xinwen googled his name “陈欣汶” and found this link to be appeared on the first list of google.
据陈欣汶介绍，文莱没有围棋协会，很少人知道围棋，更 不用说下围棋。他原来也不懂围棋是怎么一回事，直到看了日本著名的漫画《棋魂》就一下子被围棋的魔力震住了。没有人教围棋，他就自己在网上学，并一发不可 收拾，成为一个名副其实的棋迷。高中的时候，陈欣汶开始在学校里组建围棋社。上大学后，围棋社也跟随着他的脚步，慢慢壮大，陈欣汶欣喜地说，现在已经发展 到拥有20多名“认真学棋”的社员了。
20多名也许还称不上是棋手的年轻人组成的一个围棋社，在很多人眼里，大概算不了什么。但就这点 “星星之火”对于陈欣汶来说，却弥足珍贵，“我办了两次围棋比赛，第一次全部由自己动手，参赛人寥寥无几，很惨，第二次人渐渐多起来，围棋社的学弟学妹都 来支持我了。慢慢会好起来的。”为了让大家都能分享围棋的乐趣，20岁的陈欣汶付出了很多：独自一人筹划围棋活动，独自一人联系国际比赛，独自一人远赴异 国参赛……大学老师对他频繁从事围棋活动并不十分支持，同龄的朋友也不是都能理解他的这份热心，围棋社的活动也面临着缺乏资金等诸多现实的问题。
The truth is also that, Guangxi Weiqi Tournament which was held in September 2007 was Xinwen first Go Tournament, also first time being invited sponsored to Tournament.
Summary of the Quote in Translation:
“I want to let the world acknowledge the existence of the game of Go in Brunei” a ambitious statement made by a 20-years old Chin Sin Voon.
According to Xinwen, there was no go association in Brunei and not people know this game. Back then, Xinwen himself knew this game from the famous Japanese Manga “Hikaru no Go” and got attracted to it. Without anyone teaching him, he started to learn from Internet Go Server and got obssessed to it then became “Go-geek”. Xinwen then set up a go club in high school, the go society eventually expanded as he graduated. With joy, Xinwen said the society expanded with at least 20 “serious” members.
20 members might probably not considered to be the players, and in the eyes of the people – it may be not so bit deal. However, this passion and achievement is considered precious to Xinwen. “I had tried to organize Go Tournament manually by myself, participants were limited – done poorly; compared to the second times, it was really gotten better with my juniors supporting” To allow everyone to enjoy this game of Weiqi, 20 years-old Xinwen had contributed too much: solely setting up Go activities, contact the International Go Federation alone, Xinwen himself traveled alone for competition… Lecturers from university were not really happy or agree with Xinwen’s decision, friends around him may not really understand his ardent, lastely the Go Club activities had faced serious financial crisis and others cruel reality factors.
Basically, promoting this unfamiliar game of go in Brunei, had landed on Xinwen’s hand as burden and responsibility to carry. Xinwen had admitted it was not easy, but neither lonely, because he knew there were other who love this game. He strongly believes this dream may comes true.