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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.

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Tai Chi Chuan: Diagram of Thirteen Trends and Tai Chi Derivation

tai chi Chuan: Diagram of Thirteen Trends and Tai Chi Derivation This showed that denomination of Tai Chi was based on comparison with the eight basic movement methods and five forms to the Eight Diagrams, Five Xing and its generated number of “Yi with Tai Chi Diagram”. Except aforesaid analogies on movements & forms and […]

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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 […]

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Tai Chi Thought’s Influence on Chinese Wushu or Martial Arts

The word tai chi firstly appeared in “Zhou Yi or I Ching”, which was deemed as the best sutra by Chinese academia. “Zhou Yi and Xi Ci Shang” stated that: “Yi has Tai Chi, it generates Two Elements, the Two Elements generate Four Phases, and the Four Phases generate Bagua, the Eight Diagrams”. Among which, […]

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Tai Chi Movement Concept: development history of Taijiquan

tai chi Movement Concept, which inosculates Tai Chi philosophy and human body Movement Concept rules. Tai Chi Movement Concept is a new subject, but also seems an old topic. Saying it new is in respect that it’s popularized rapidly at home and abroad, and there’s lack of articles of systematic research on Tai Chi Movement […]

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