Sunday, December 4, 2011
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
It is a traditional Chinese martial art and has become a
popular form of non-vigorous exercise. Each lesson will begin with Chi qong warm-up, followed by the 8, 16 and 24 form Yang style Taiji. Suitable for all ages.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Profile of Professor Xianglian Wei 衛香蓮教授簡歷---美國太極拳學會榮譽顧問
Professor Xianglian Wei holds martial arts level of 7 duan, is the senior lecturer in martial arts, and the current deputy director of Fujian Hua Wu Center, Fuzhou Hua Wu Martial Arts Guidance Center.
Professor Wei started martial arts teaching since 1971, participated in martial arts research activities, and served as the editorial board and wrote entries in the book "Introduction to Sports Appreciation." She co-edited with National Senior Coach of Martial Arts Master Nailiang Zeng the book called "Six Hand Tai Chi Gong", a book translated into English, Japanese and spread widely at home and abroad. In the CN-level journals, she published the papers, "On the Competitive Tai Chi and Fitness Tai Chi ", "Players of Martial Arts" and "Sociological Research on Tai Chi in the Region of Kanagawa, Japan" and many other martial arts articles and papers, gained praises from the martial arts experts. In addition, she also participated in the filming of "Series of Tai Chi", "Chinese Tai Chi Spectrum", etc. as a teaching assistant for martial arts.
Since 1999 she served as director of the Fuzhou Hua Wu Martial Arts Guidance Center. In 2003, she also served as deputy director of Fujian Hua Wu Martial Arts Center, a center with more than 1,300 members. She would give regular trainings, seminars, performances, and other activities as a volunteer to teach martial arts and promote tai chi at home and abroad.
She has been invited to
美國太極拳學會榮譽會長- Master Nai-Liang Zeng 曾乃梁教授
Master Nai-Liang Zeng is the national senior coach of Chinese martial arts, and the national martial arts referee. He holds level of 9 duan, the highest martial arts duan level in
Has started learning martial arts at age 12, admitted to the Beijing Martial Arts Physical Education Department (now the
He organized Fujian Martial Arts Team in 1977 and served as head coach. He personally trained the athletes who then won over a hundred times in the national martial arts championship tournaments. The Men's team winning 32 gold medals in Tai Chi competition (Grand Slam), including gold medalist the "Prince of Tai chi” of Sitan Chen. The Women's team winning 32 gold medals in Tai chi competition (Grand Slam), including the gold medalist, "Tai Chi Goddess" of Jiamin Gao. Dantong Wei won woman’s gold medalist in Spear Technique. Huiling Wang won Nanquan gold medalist and was named the "New Nanquan Champion," Qiuping Lin who was six times gold medalist for the National Competition and three times gold medalist for the Women's International Tai Chi Martial Arts Invitational was known as "Flower of Tai Chi". Juhsien Wu won gold medalist for Men’s Nanquan champion. There are a large number of winning famous domestic athlethes, professors, associate professors, and senior coaches.
Professor Zeng has very high academic attainments in martial arts theories. His papers published in 1987 won the top prize from the Ffirst National Martial Arts Conference - Excellence Award of the Conference. Many papers published in foreign languages have a significant impact at home and abroad. He was engaged as the editorial board for the "Encyclopedia of Chinese Martial Arts. He co-authored with Xianglian Wei the booklet called "Introduction to Tai Chi". He was commissioned by the Chinese Martial Arts Research Institute, to provide teaching materials for training advance and intermediate level coaches and to offer lectures. He helped compiling "Tai Chi Sword Competition Routine," and was involved in the work of "Tai Chi Sword Competition Rules" revision. He planned, scripted, wrote and guided his disciples in the producing of Tai Chi series of videos, VCD, DVD, widely circulated at home and abroad. Professor Zeng's point of views like, Tai Chi Four Stages of Teaching and Training Ideas, the Top Ten Teaching Tai Chi Point of View, a Balance of Yin and Yang in Tai Chi, as well as unification on the composed Tai Chi routines, the expression of "Tai Chi Languages" in movement, "to practice Tai Chi moves with heart", “to flourish between Quan and feelings", and "I am Tai Chi", are deeply embraced by the tai chi enthusiasts.
He was sent by the Chinese Martial Arts Association and the Sports Federation of Fujian Province several times to
He is the Honorary President of Jason Tai Chi Academy - 美國太極拳學會榮譽會長
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011