Eighteen-year-old Hui Ruoqi has been hailed as China's new-generation spiker as they rebuild their team after the Beijing Olympic Games. Hui arrived with the 14-member team for the Chow Tai Fook 2009 FIVB World Grand Prix Hong Kong leg to be held at the Coliseum this week. The four-team tournament also includes the Netherlands, Poland and the Dominican Republic. Six members of the team who played for China at the Beijing Games where they won a bronze medal remain, but Hui's eye-catching performance in the previous leg in Macau last week overshadowed her seniors. 'I am still young and there are a lot of things I have to learn from my seniors,' said the youngest member of the squad. 'The Macau leg was a good experience for a young player like myself and I hope to have more opportunities when we start in Hong Kong this week.' Hui (pictured), who came off the bench against Olympic champions Brazil in Macau, scored 17 points in the four games she played, just two points short of top scorer Xue Ming, who played all five games as China lost 3-2 in a closely contested match. The 1.90-metre Jiangsu player was first recruited to the national team in 2007 when she was 16, but was dropped from the Beijing squad the following year due to her age. However, Hui regained her position in the team early this year as China formed the new squad building for the 2012 London Games. Weighing only 75kg, Hui lacks the power of other world-class spikers, and will need to develop her physique to catch up with her counterparts, but the youngster said she preferred to rely more on her brain rather than force when attacking. 'She needs more international exposure if she wants to establish herself in the team,' said China coach Cai Yun. 'But she showed tremendous potential in Macau and will have a good future if she keeps improving.'