Above: Part I of II, sample of Xiong double-edge sword.

Above: Part II of II, sample of Xiong double-edge sword.

Above: One side of "dispersing hands" (sanshou).

Above: Push-hands practice with stepping.

Above: Sample of Southern Shaolin Iron Ruler (sai) as taught by

Master Huang Qinglin (黃清麟) in Yilan, Taiwan.

Above: Master Xiong practicing "connecting links", two-person sanshou, and one application of "an lie", which is controlling

the whole opponent by controlling part of his body.

Above: Dispersing Hands (sanshou) two-person form.

Above: Breaking a board with an egg in the fist.

Shows there is no need for tension in the hand!

Enjoy learning Tai Chi as a health-nourishing exercise, dance-like movement, moving meditation, and form of self-defense.

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