A Study of Taijiquan Paperback – 31 Oct 2003
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Thanks for the translation.
I personally believe it is quite possible to learn taiji working on one's own. It might even be preferable, given the ease with which unskilled and unscrupulous people set themselves up as teachers (masters, even.) This book would be useful for anyone wanting to learn the authentic art and prepared to think about it. It might take a bit of effort on it's own as the descriptions are not totally clear and foot position diagrams would have been a nice appendix, though it is possible to follow what is going on if you are serious (hence only 4 stars.) Maybe in the next edition?
However, we do have a valuable guide in the form of a video of Sun Lutang's daughter performing the set. Search the google video facility, where there is also rare foorage of Cheng Man Ching. Together, book and video are enough to learn from and would be of interest to anyone keen to learn from one of the early, pre-commercialised sources.
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Great book from one of the great master's of tai chi, but you must keep reading and trying to under stand takes time but worth it,.Published on 8 May 2014 by tommy