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1929 Hangzhou Leitai Tournament

My recent translation of an article on Pei Xirong sparked my interest¬† in the 1929 Leitai tournament in Hangzhou, which seems to have been the largest bare-hand Leitai competition in recent history. The following translation draws on several sources, mainly … Continue reading

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Fu Nei Pai taiji of Li Zheng

In response to a post on Emptyflower, I thought I’d translate an interview about Fu Nei Pai Yang style taiji, which traces its lineage back to¬† a Manchu general, Fu Zhou, who studied from Yang Luchan in the mansion of … Continue reading

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Yang Banhou’s Taiji in Yongnian

Western fans of taiji will no doubt be familiar with the exploits of the Yang family. The vast majority of Yang stylists worldwide derive their taiji from Yang Luchan’s grandson, Yang Chengfu. But how many are aware that in the … Continue reading

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