[12 Jun 2011 | No Comment | 5,128 views]
Lost in Generation?

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This is a post by our guest blogger, Silkreeling who is also a keen player of Chen Style Taijiquan.
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Watch the above clip, featuring Master Jiang Jiajun performing Yilu perhaps in the 1990s. Jiang, a top student of Grand Master Hong Junshen, trained initially under Chen Zhaopei prior to 1964. Through that experience, …

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[12 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 14,294 views]

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Update : Ma Hong passed away at 86 years old on  Dec 22, 2013. He left behind a legacy of works onChen styletaijiquan.
Ma Hong (1927 -2013) is one of the the discipleof Chen ZhaoKui, son of Chen FaKe. He started learning from Chen Zhaokui in 1972 during the Cultural Revolution when taijiquan was banned.  With his academic and teaching background, Mahong is able to write and teach well in the subject of Taijiquan.  This can be seen in his various books and DVDs published. His books was one of …

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[12 Jun 2011 | No Comment | 5,128 views]
Lost in Generation?

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This is a post by our guest blogger, Silkreeling who is also a keen player of Chen Style Taijiquan.
The video below may take a while to appear. Or you may view it at
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Watch the above clip, featuring Master Jiang Jiajun performing Yilu perhaps in the 1990s. Jiang, a top student of Grand Master Hong Junshen, trained initially under Chen Zhaopei prior to 1964. Through that experience, …

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[28 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 4,843 views]
ChanSiGong

This is a post by our guest blogger, Silkreeling who is also a keen player of Chen Style Taijiquan.
Although many would know that chansijing or silkreeling energy is the main element that makes up Chen Style Taiji, those who understand and can apply it is few and far in between. There are those that think silkreeling as spiral force. If that is the case, their often point of view that follows would be correct -  Don’t have to bother as other Taiji styles dwell on spiral and circular energies too. …

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[30 Dec 2009 | 3 Comments | 8,640 views]
Girl Power

This is a post by our guest blogger, Silkreeling who is also a keen player of Chen Style Taijiquan.
How is your practise for the year 2009? Let see how a 12 year old been doing. According to the note posted on Youtube, she is doing Chen Style Taijiquan from Ma Hong school. She is the daughter of a prominent student of Ma Hong.
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[13 Aug 2009 | One Comment | 7,609 views]
Zen Mind Pounds Warrior Mind

This is a post by our guest blogger, Silkreeling who is also a keen player of Chen Style Taijiquan
I was about to feature yet another master level personality but was told to delay that to take a separate focus, as variety.
Well, I am sure we have been guilty of, or have encountered other players, slagging off each others styles, lineages or teachers; and the possibilities why we react that way must be a handful.
Now, Fist in hand with a Stamp is the signature of Buddha Warrior Pounds the Mortar. It …