Xu Xiaodong (MMA) vs Wei Lei (Tai Chi)
By Wee Kee Jin Taijiquan is no different from any other exercise or martial art if it is practiced without understanding the principles and without putting the principles into the movements. Regardless of the various different Taiji styles or Taiji forms, they are all based on the same set of Taiji classical texts. They are: Read More
What is Taiji pushing‐hands? What should one pay attention to when learning and practising pushing‐hands? The solo form sequence practice and duet form pushing-hands exercise are the two component parts of the art of Taijiquan. Doing sequence practice enables one to learn the substance of Taiiiquan, while doing pushing-hand exercise trains one to apply the Read More
Master Wang’s Creative Interpretation and Application of Some Taijiquan Principles in Self-defence Master Wang makes it a point of emphasis and has set an example to his students of how one should use one’s mind and learn from experience of success and failure after having studied carefully the theories set in the Taijiquan classics, listened Read More
太極法說 EXPLAINING TAIJI PRINCIPLES 楊班侯 attributed to Yang Banhou [circa 1875] [translation by Paul Brennan, Sep, 2013] 目錄 CONTENTS 八門五步  The Eight Gates & Five Steps 八門五步用功法  On the Training Method for the Eight Gates & Five Steps 固有分明法  Our Innate Ability to Distinguish 粘黏連隨  Stick, Adhere, Connect, and Follow 頂匾丢抗 Read More
Step One: The Push Hands System of Awareness Energy From the preceding account of the skillful practice of the set, you have arrived at the level of Push hands. Awareness energy is acquired through the practice of Push hands. Two people must practice this together, and this practice is very important. If your Push hands Read More
Master Zhao Fujiang studied and practices Baji, Xing Yi, Da Cheng Quan and a few other styles
Byron Zhang shows Tai Chi’s Song Kong Yuan Man (Relax, empty, full & rounded).
Huang Sheng Shyan Taijiquan
Reference: pu9889 youtube.com
Liu Hong Cai Chen Style Silk Reeling: Basic Exercises and Demonstrations Master Liu describes two types of silk reeling, a wrapping type of energy ‘doing’ the movement and ‘using’ it to affect another. He stresses that you have to understand energy to apply silk reeling. Silk reeling is a gathering and closing of energy, or Read More
Compilation of Wing Chun training with Tsui Sheung Tin (Chu Song Tin)
Master Huang Sheng Shyan 100th birthday celebration and taiji forum held in KL malaysia November 2010.