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  1. tiger jeffers
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    Wonderful skill from the elder! Enjoyed it very much. Salutes.

  2. charity for children
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    hmm, i would like to learn how do some of those moves, interesting

  3. Jonathan Bluestein
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    Hi Dennis,

    Thanks for the info and video. I’d be happy to add your teacher to the lineage chart I made and had put up on Wikipedia. If you don’t mind, please send me his lineage details via email. Thanks :-)


  4. Reply

    Beyond the abilities of his age, I am happy to see traditional Xingyiquan is still living in China. Hopefully this will effect the younger generation to learn what is the process of learning.

    Best regards,
    Abi

  5. eric
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    mmm….do Master Zheng Mingxing give online course?
    What style he has?Henan or Hebei?
    Can i make a conversation woth him via email?
    Thx before


    • Reply

      Sorry for the late reply.
      1. My shifu doesn’t give online course.
      2. He simply calls his style as “Xingyiquan” (this will be discussed in a separate post).
      3. He doesn’t understand English and he doesn’t know how to enter Chinese characters, therefore it is impossible to contact him via email at this stage.

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