Tung Ying Chieh And His Words Of Experience | Slanted Flying. Tung Ying Chieh (1898-1961) was a well known master of the traditional Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. He was a top student of the famous 3rd generation Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan master Yang Cheng Fu (1883–1936). Tung Ying Chieh trained with Yang Cheng Fu for more than 17 years, and assisted with Yang with teaching when he went on travels through China Tung Ying Chieh wrote this essay on important points of the practice of Tai Chi Chuan. Although Tung was a master of the Yang style and the Wu/Hao styles of Tai Chi Chuan, this work is valuable to all students of Tai Chi Chuan no matter the style which they might practice.
This is one of several essays which Tung Ying Chieh wrote and included in his “Red Book”, on Tai Chi Chuan called “Tai Chi Chuan Explained” Below is an excerpt from the book on the section called “Words of Experience”. 1. To see the rest of the 16 points, read the full article which was translated by Albert Tang. James Fu Qing Quan Performs the Yang 28 Form. James Fu Qing Quan performs the Yang 28 Form from the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. He is a 6th generation lineage master of the Yang family Tai Chi Chuan. His father, Fu Sheng Yuan, was the son of the famous Fu Zhong Wen. (James) Fu Qing Quan started learning the Yang Family style of Tai Chi Chuan at an early age from his grandfather Fu Zhong Wen, a senior disciple of Yang Cheng Fu, and a member of the Yang Family by marriage.
This video was filmed during the demonstration at the Fu Zhong Wen Memorial International Championship in December of 2013. The Authentic Yang Tai Chi Chuan 28 Form is a summary of the original 85 movement form that Fu Zhong Wen learned from Yang Cheng Fu. It was created Fu Sheng Yuan to be performed in competitions, festivals and meetings of Tai Chi Chuan. (James) Fu Qing Quan dedication and hard work has helped spread the Yang Family style of Tai Chi Chuan that his family has learned around the globe. Don’t forget to leave a comment! Comments comments. Kuo Lien Ying. Kuo Lien Ying, (1895–1984) born in Inner Mongolia, China, was one of the most distinguished and revered martial artists of the twentieth century.
 He brought the Guang Ping Yang t'ai chi ch'uan to the United States. History Kuo Lien Ying's father was a silk merchant, and the family was independently wealthy. As a youngster, Kuo reportedly had no interest in an academic education, wanting only to learn the fighting arts. In 1907, at the age of 12, Kuo started training in Northern Style Shaolin Kung-Fu, studying for five years with Master Li Lin, who was especially skilled in Chang Chuan (Long Fist). At 23, Kuo became one of only four inner-door disciples of Wang Jiao-Yu, himself one of only two inner-door students of Yang Pan-hou. Kuo, at age 28, studied Xingyiquan for two years with Master Huang Gin Yin, a highly skilled student of Guo Yunshen, himself the teacher of Wang Xiangzhai, who was reputed to be the best Xingyiquan fighter of his time. Early career Note: William C. C. Chen DVD Bodymechanics of Tai Chi Chuan.
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