|Full name||Wen Yang|
|Born|| July 7, 1988
|Peak rating||2631 (Jan 2013)|
Wen Yang (Chinese: 温阳; born 7 July 1988 in Shandong) is a Chinese chess Grandmaster. In 2008, he became China's 25th Grandmaster at the age of 19.
Wen competed in the Chess World Cup 2007 where he was defeated by 0.5-1.5 by Zoltán Almási in the first round. In the Chess World Cup 2015 he knocked out Igor Kovalenko in round one to reach the second one, where he lost to Peter Leko.
In 2007 he gained the International Master (IM) title. He achieved his IM norms at:
In 2008 he gained the Grandmaster title. His GM norms were achieved at: Total number of games: 32 (minimum 27).