It is a young plant, any tips I should know about pruming
Most texts recommend pinching new growth back to one or two leaves, and this is good advice for trees that are further along in their development. But for young trees pruning is really counter productive to producing strong trunks. If you want a larger, more powerful looking tree don't do any pinching now.
Chinese Elms bud back so readily that growing the trunk and growing the final branches are really two distinct processes. Once the trunk is established to your liking all of the existing branches are removed, as they will likely be out of scale anyway, and re-grown.
Of course if you are shooting for a very small tree this strategy may not be appropriate for you. You as the artist much decide where this tree is going. For now I suggest you just let it grow for a few months at least. By then perhaps you will have done some reading or spoken to another enthusiast who can offer you some specific guidance.
BTW, pictures would be helpful if you are looking for styling advice.