Yang Taiji Is One Family: Across the Straights

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I made a post in the "Huang Sheng Shyan (CMC/Yang) Tàijíquán" Facebook group asking whether anyone would be interested in a copy of "Yang Taji is One Family Across the Straits" figuring I'd get a handful of responses that I could manage in a simple manner. I ended up getting a lot more responses than planned! (A great thing!) I've created this page to make managing sales easier.

I typed the preface of the first edition because it was short and it provides a little more context to how the book came to be. The English version was released in 2016.

Professor Qu Shijing was a student of Huang Jinghua, a disciple of Yang Chengfu who was also in charge of transcribing letters and books on behalf of Yang Chengfu.

Casey

Original post on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/203973576424025/permalink/1411782278976476/

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Preface to the First Edition

My Taiji Brother Professor Qu Shijing, a gentleman of literary and martial art talent, and a scholar of Chinese and Western cultures, is definitely among the top of his generation. He previously published a series of articles such as "Yang Taiji is One Family", in the Wu Lin Journal. These articles are excellent writings: beautifully written and narrated with emotion and details. These articles provide good historical documentation and are invaluable to the current Taiji community.

Professor Qu visited Taiwan together with his friends and disciples in early February 2009. We had the opportunity to talk to each other freely and share learning of Taiji martial art skills. Professor Qu showed me scanned copies of the articles mentioned above. I had the opportunity to read them again and had great admiration for them. I personally think that Taiji friends in Taiwan would share my love for these articles as well. Therefore, after getting Professor Qu's permission, I re-published those articles in the form of a book in traditional Chinese characters in Taiwan. The publication of this book is a wonderful event in the Taiji community. I write these few words as the preface.

Hsu Yee-Chung (Current Chairman of the Shih Chung Society)

October 2009, in Taipei

http://www.37taichi.org.tw/