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  1. Master Chen does not have a formalized teaching schedule or method. His teaching is based on traditional method. It is influenced by the mood of the day or occasion. This means when he is happy and the right ambiance is present, he might teach more than normal. Read more

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by fulltime on 2010/03/20

Do you know the visa situation in China?  I am going to stay in China for 3 months and possibly a year, but I’ve heard China stopped issuing 60 and 90 day visas.  Do you know how difficult it is to get a 6 month visa?  I am going to get mine in Hong Kong, hoping it might be easiest to get a visa there. Read more

Please contact Coco Zhang (Zhang Yan) directly. Her agency specializes in helping martial artists in their travel arrangements. Read more

Will I have any problems staying on Daqingshan as a vegetarian? Read more

Most definitely! Daqingshan Mountain Resort can accommodate your friends while you are with your studies. We can also look after them with tours and other activities. They can also dine with your Taiji group or have private dining facility.

Your website shows what a typical day in Daqingshan is like. I was wondering if you could describe what a typical day in the edmonton program is like. Also, what happens with meals? Are these done as a group? Read more

I teach the two systems for two reasons:

  1. Personal bias. You can also call this respect for my two masters. I am a disciple of both systems and therefore, I find in my heart that I must teach both systems. This does not mean that I always teach both Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method and Hunyuan Taiji at the same time. Read more

I cannot tell you THE most important thing to pack. Here is a list from past graduates (no particular order):

  • chocolate
  • lots of socks
  • really good hiking shoes

Sorry we have not included any information on this subject. It will be very easy to live as a vegetarian on the mountain. We are growning our own vegetables this year. If you decide to go, let us know as soon as you can, we will start planting things that will suit you. Lots of soya bean products. We make our own tofu on the mountain too!

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Definitely you can. First of all previous experience is not important for learning our style of Taijiquan. Secondly, what you have learned before is not essential either. Thirdly, how strong you are is not a factor. Read more

This is a very difficult question and yet it is a realistic question. If you want to commit three months of your life to do something so seriously, you want to know how much you can get in return. Fair enough. Let’s look at it in two different ways:

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