Barry Pei-Ming Yang is from Shanghai, China. He played on the pro circuit from 1972 to 1983 and was designated as a chief coach of the Chinese National Tennis Team in 1984. In 1976, he was honored to play against the Australian Tennis Team, which was composed of world-famous players such as Ken Rosewall, Neal Fraser, and Mel Anderson. In 1977, when the American Tennis Team, featuring former world champion Stan Smith, was invited to visit China, Barry was selected to play against Smith. Barry received the Sports-Master award from the China National Sports Association in 1979. He is head coach of the Chinese-American Tennis Society of New York. Barry is certified by the PTR and USPTA, as well as the Tennis Association of the People’s Republic of China. He graduated from the Shanghai Physical Education Institute in 1982 and from SUNY at Old Westbury, New York, in 1990.