Ho Ro Bin is Malaysia’s Wushu representative figure, he first came in touch with Wushu at 12 years old, and enters the Malaysia national team at the age of 22 years old. With him being in the national team for 11 years long, he managed to be the gold medalist of competitions, such as World Wushu Championship, Asia Wushu Championship, South East Asian Wushu Championship, Asian Games, South East Asian Games, and many others.

Ho Ro Bin started Wushu at 12 years old by learning Zhou Jia Quan (周家拳), where his master is the one who successfully nurturing him. In the year of 1999, Ho Ro Bin became the 1st Malaysian to have won a gold medal in the World Wushu Championship which was held in Hong Kong, China. This gold medal marked down his name in the Malaysian Books of Records. In addition, he won the OLYMPIAN OF THE YEAR 2002 awarded by the Olympian Council of Malaysia (OCM). He also has been inducted into the OCM Hall of Fame in year 2010 which is the highest glory an athlete could ever have as well as the Johan Mahkota Wilayah (JMW) Award in the year 2011 which was presented by Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin.

As of today, whenever someone mention about Wushu, they will immediately relate it to Ho Ro Bin which made Wushu in Malaysia equaled to him. Being 40 years old in year 2014, Robin promised that with he being Malaysia’s Wushu representative figure which were established by his continuous hard work and fame during his glory moments when he was still a national athlete, will be very wasted if all these achievements were not being put to a good use! Everything that he currently has is given by Wushu and now is his time to contribute back to the sport.

Ho Ro Bin now fully focuses his efforts in teaching Wushu. Other than owning and managing his own Wushu Training Centre, he is also the only Wushu Selangor coach as well as the team leader for the Asian Junior Wushu Championship national team. He is also the Vice Organising Chairman for the World Wushu Championship 2013 held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In conclusion, his life is all about Wushu and Wushu is his life.

Ho Ro Bin begins teaching Wushu even before he retired. From then till now, 10 years has past and he has accumulated 10 years of coaching Wushu experience as of the year 2014. Right after his retirement from the national team, he became the national team coach and starting from year 2007 he decided to fully focus on conducting his own wushu classes. For his preference, he enjoy being an athlete more than being a coach but to continue his passion in the sport he transferred his passion and attention towards nurturing even more talented athletes from the younger generations.

From the year of 2011, Ho Ro Bin also became part of the member of 1Malaysia Roundtable Discussion Subject Matter Experts (SMEX). He had meetings with other professionals of other fields in Malaysia on the same roundtable held at Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s office. Ro Bin appeared in the table as one of the sports expert to provide advice regarding general sports matters in Malaysia and provides specialise views regarding matters related to Wushu.

At the year 2011, Ho Ro Bin became part of the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) Hall of Fame which he was very proud of because it is the highest achievement a Malaysian athlete could ever have. However, he was still choosing to focus being an actor or to focus in being a Wushu coach. Not long after, he decided to focus on being a Wushu coach. Finally, he always identifies himself to others as a Wushu coach and he wants to continue down the pathway of nurturing the future generation.