Mini Culture Presents

You are here:

Feng Zhiqiang, Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan Master

Feng Zhiqiang well-known pugilist, one of the important successors of the Chen Style Taijiquan. Born in Shulu, Hebei Province, Feng has studied boxing, such as the stance exercise, Tongbei and Xingyi since childhood.

Read More

Tai Chi Skills: Internal Styles Taijiquan and Taiji Weapons

tai chi Skills: Internal Styles Taijiquan and taiji Weapons In internal styles, YMAA focuses mainly on traditional Yang Style Taijiquan which originated from Yang, Ban-Hou (楊班候). However, other styles of Taijiquan, such as Chen (陳氏, Wu 吳氏, and Sun 孫氏, will be introduced through seminars with qualified masters. In addition, YMAA will continue to invite […]

Read More

Tai Chi practice methods and ancient boxing table

tai chi practice methods and ancient boxing table There are two sorts of sayings in Tai Chi practice methods and ancient Quan tables that compare the  “Thirteen Trends” to generated number of Tai Chi. One was Chen Ziming’s analogy of  “Thirteen” to the generated number of Tai Chi. The derivation procedure of Tai Chi was […]

Read More

Origin and History of Tai Chi: Tai Chi Figures with circled and crossed movements

Origin and History of tai chi: Tai Chi Figures with circled and crossed movements Creator of Tai Chi’s early technique, Chen Yuting firstly brought out the term of “Zhukao” in his posthumous work “General Songs of Quan Jing (Boxing Skills) referring to two persons depending on each other with hands and arms, “Crossing” means repeatedly […]

Read More