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Chang Dsu Yao ( Chinese : 張祖堯 ; Wade–Giles : Chang Tsu-Yao; 14 June 1918 – 7 February 1992) was a teacher of the martial arts Meihuaquan and T'ai chi ch'uan . He was also known as Chang Ch'êng Hsün ( Wade-Giles ) ( Chinese : 張成勳 ). [ edit ] Biography Chang Dsu Yao was born in Chai Chi Ts'ün Village ( Chinese : 柴集村 ), in the administrative area of Chu Chai Hsiang ( Chinese : 朱寨鄉 ), district of Peixian (Pei-hsien) on June 14, 1918. He died in Taipei , Taiwan , on February 7, 1992. He was the sixteenth generation lineage holder of Mei Hwa Ch'üan ( Meihuaquan ).
Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Con Scuola Chang o Kungfu Chang si intende il complesso di insegnamenti del maestro Chang Dsu Yao in Italia. Coloro che si riconoscono in questi insegnamenti hanno in comune o un programma di studio o una serie di esercizi tramandati dal maestro Chang. Questa Scuola si riconosce anche per l'utilizzo comune di una simbologia e di un abbigliamento caratteristico  . Segni Distintivi [ modifica ] Il Simbolo [ modifica ]
T'ai chi ch'uan or Taijiquan , often shortened to t'ai chi , taiji or tai chi in English usage, is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. It is also typically practiced for a variety of other personal reasons: its hard and soft martial art technique , demonstration competitions, and longevity . As a result, a multitude of training forms exist, both traditional and modern, which correspond to those aims. Some of t'ai chi ch'uan's training forms are especially known for being practiced at what most people categorize as slow movement. Today, t'ai chi ch'uan has spread worldwide.