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Three-count movement sequence, how to become longer, step in without moving contact point, make yourself bigger, unusual movements of taiji, shoulder blade exercise, Core and limb separation exercise, how to detect opponent’s power source

Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 88 min.   In: English   Year: 2012  Difficulty:2/5  At:Canberra

Canberra 6
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Cutting Board analogy in application
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 3 min.   In: English   Year: 2015  Difficulty:2/5  At:Toronto

Cutting Board Application
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June 20, 2014 (?)

I’m not entirely sure if the date for these notes is correct. I believe they were from an evening class, but they may have been from a workshop. I should have posted these right away, but better late than never I suppose. Read more

Chen Zhonghua with Ronnie Yee in 2004 陈中华和余永安Last Sunday I made arrangements to have coffee then train with my elder disciple brother, Levi. He teaches Practical Method at The University of Iowa’s Chinese Martial Arts Club. We decided to train during his regularly scheduled class time as it provided a good space to practice. A new student arrived wanting to check out the class. Introductions were made. He was a visiting professor originally from China. After some discussion the gentleman disclosed he studied Hong Style Taijiquan for 7 years. Levi and I exclaimed that is the lineage we practice under our Shifu, Master Chen Zhonghua. He stated he studied under a disciple of GM Hong Junsheng and one of his grand-disciples, both Levi and I not having any knowledge of this Master. Read more