Calvin Chin on Discovery in T’ai Chi
Chin discusses how a continuing search and consistent practice lead to neutralization skills and internal power.
What Is the Role of Qi in T’ai Chi?
Yaron Seidman examines T’ai Chi Ch’uan, giving a perspective on different styles. He also looks at approaches that use qi and those that do not in trying to develop self-defense skills.
Yang Shao-zhong’s Self-Defense Training
Daniel K. Wong tells about the self-defense training he had in Hong Kong with Yang Shao-zhong, Yang’s wife and Yang’s senior student.
Hong Jun-sheng’s Lu Techniques
Peter Wu of Melbourne, Australia, writes about different methods of executing Lu, or Pull. A series of photos show five different techniques for accomplishing Lu.
Sports Injuries and T’ai Chi Practitioners
Brian Fu discusses common injuries in T’ai Chi Ch’uan and how to treat them.
Yang Complete (?) Systems—Part 1
Alex Yeo continues with his series on the development of T’ai Chi Ch’uan, this time examining various Yang style forms.
Li Tsun Chen on Relaxing Joints
Warner D. Conarton interviews Li Tsun Chen, who studied with T. T. Liang and C. S. Liao, who both studied with Cheng Man-Ch’ing.
Remembering Shi Ming
A student of the famous Beijing teacher tells of his teaching and skills.
Paul Gallagher Recalls T. T. Liang
The late T. T. Liang was an unique teacher and Paul Gallagher, an early student, describes some of his experiences with him.