2016年6月16日 星期四

Hands Last in Tai Chi Chuan Written by Wu RH, Compiled and Translated by Tang YY

Professor Cheng Man Ching - Image copyright of Ken Van Sickle.
Cheng Man-Ching left us TCC practitioners with a treasure trove of insight into the TCC Classics. For example, he advocated “beautiful lady's hand,”“no arms in TCC (NAIT)”, and “investment in loss,” all of which are as important and beneficial as they are profound, counterintuitive, and often perplexing.

Let me tackle NAIT here.

2016年4月30日 星期六

Three Competencies Help Softness Beat Hardness, Part I Written by Wu RH, translated by Tang YY


The eight hand methods (ward off, rollback, press, push, pluck, split, elbow, and shoulder) and the five sticking methods (which boil down to always engaging but never resisting) are the first two of three core competencies that all pushing hands practitioners should strive to master.

2016年4月4日 星期一