Lu Feng was born in China. Lu Feng leads privately held Wind Information of Shanghai, one of China's largest financial information providers. Lu, who is in his mid-40s, owns 29% of the company, which sells financial market data and competes with Bloomberg and Reuters, among others.
He would be a vital member of the team as the club survived within the league and gradually saw them improve their league standings until they reached third within the 2009 Chinese Super League season and qualified for the 2010 AFC Champions League for the first time
An unimpressive performance saw Lu Feng having to wait six more years before he was given his second cap, against Mexico on April 16, 2008 in a 1-0 friendly defeat
After two seasons with Qingdao he returned to Henan Jianye in their successful fight for promotion to the Chinese Super League after winning the 2006 China League One division with them
Despite playing for a second tier club, Lu Feng was considered a promising young player and was given his debut cap against Jordan on the 9th of December 2002 in a 0-0 friendly
Lu Feng started his professional football career with Henan Jianye in 2001, however he rose to prominace in 2003 when in appeared in 26 league games
Lu Feng (Chinese: 陆峰; born 12 November 1981 in Luoyang) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays as a midfielder