Monthly Archives: January 2010

China Trip: Final Notes and Thoughts

For any fellow enthusiasts out there planning on undertaking a similar trip to China, I would say the following: 1) Language. Bear in mind that even if you speak decent Mandarin (putonghua), you may not be able to understand the … Continue reading

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7th stop, Shanghai: Wang Senlin

Thanks to the gracious and indefatigable Rose Oliver of the Double Dragon Alliance, I managed to meet and talk to M Wang Senlin, who is a disciple of Deng Fuxin, a xingyi master who will be well-known to those readers … Continue reading

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6th stop: A visit to Chenjiagou

Much of the material here has already been covered in Daniel Poon’s excellent website, http://www.chenvillage.com , and hence I will try not to duplicate too much. I took the coach from Zhengzhou (capital of Henan province) to Wenxian, which took … Continue reading

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