If you are going to hang around Chinese martial arts (CMA) for a while you should probably acquaint yourself with Chen Pan Ling. Well-respected and right there when the future shape of CMA was being hashed out, his work—interrupted too soon—would have sent the entire field in a different direction than it did go. Here, […]
He compares many movements and their execution, seeking principles and general concepts which can be used by any practitioner …
This is an entirely different form yet built upon the twin Tiger Crane energies in an interpretation from Chen Pan Ling…
There are many versions of the Chun Yang and that, its precision and long history place it among other imporant swords such as the Kun Wu, the Wu Dang and company.
Last December 27th we announced a new translation
Oh, you have no idea how hard we work, sometimes, to get these Chinese books back into stock! And then when we do, often there are only a few copies before we have to go back and re-insert our ‘want tag’… But RIGHT NOW…FOR THE MOMENT…here are a few gems that are on our shelves. […]
For those of you possibly researching or just interested in Chen Pan Ling
… it can be seen that the 5 steps of Taijiquan are not specific techniques or prescribed methods, but …