"Chinese Chess for the casual and curious"
The name Qianhong ("chyen hOng") means "Light Red". It is a play on the name of IBM's "Deep Blue" Chess computer and refers to this program's weak computer AI.
Although the built-in AI is weak, this game allows separate AI engines to be "plugged in". This lets you combine stronger AI engines with some of this program's nicer features: stylish graphics; a simple, intuitive user interface; and standard Chinese Chess file support. Qianhong also allows you to play against other players via peer-to-peer networking.
This may not be your typical Xiangqi software; it has slowly evolved since mid 2001 (and has been a guinea pig for various programming experiments). Since other Chinese Chess programs are usually more sophisticated (and expensive), I would call this game "Chinese Chess for the casual and curious."