Vol. 34, No. 2
Essence of Tai Chi Jin
Wang Fengming of Edison, NJ, writes with considerable detail about characteristics of Taiji Jin, the internal strength developed through the practice of Taiji Quan.
Random Circles in Tai Chi Chuan
Zhang Yun of Pittsburgh, PA, writes about how to use the circles that are essential to Tai Chi practice.
Wang Zongyue’s Doctrines Illustrated
David Lee of Guangzhou, China, writes about Wang Zongyue’s famous doctrines. He illustrates Wang’s aphorisms with photos showing how they are applied.
Push Hands of Yang Shao Hou
Vincent Chu and Liu Xi Wen discuss the push hands characteristics of Yang Shao Hou.
Notes on Hunyuan Tai Chi--Part 2
Tanya Avner writes again about series of seminars held by Chen Xiang and Feng Xiuqian.
Chen Wangting’s Lyrical Poem on Boxing
Jack Yan translates a poem said to have been written by Chen Wangting (1580-1660). It poetically describes boxing techniques.
Back to the Stables Syndrome
David Hann writes about horses and Tai Chi practice.