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tanglang wrote:Tsang then started training Gao style Baguazhang with Ho Ho Choy, and learned the rare Xingyi Five Tigers Form from Sibak Zhang Chun Feng in Taiwan.
tanglang wrote:Here is a short summary of Tsang's history for those interested in his teachers -
His first contact into the martial arts was through his father, a student of the Jing Wu Association and a practitioner of Dong Ying Jie's Taijiquan. However, Tsang's formal training in Xing Yi Quan began with Dr Chat Yuet Sun, a student of Lee Ying Ang, a Hebei man who studied with Bu Xue Kuan. Tsang learned Yang style Taijiquan and Yiquan from Ngai Wah (his teachers - Li Bai, Sun Dit, Lee Ying Ang and Lian Zi Peng). Tsang learned Chu Gar Praying Mantis with Chu Kai Ming, and three forms of Hung Gar, Wing Chun, old Hung Kuen, Choy Lee Fut, Dai Shing Pek Kwa, Lung Ying and Bak Mei. From Tse Man he learned Fong Gar Tong Long, from Yang Shou Chung he learned Yang Taijiquan, from Wong Yit he learned Yang and Fu Family Fists, Ching Wu forms and Crane Flying stance.
Tsang then started training Gao style Baguazhang with Ho Ho Choy, and learned the rare Xingyi Five Tigers Form from Sibak Zhang Chun Feng in Taiwan. Tsang later met up with his martial brother Lee Bo to train at the Eagle centre of Wan Chai, and trained in Xing Yi Quan, Liu He Ba Fa, Baguazhang, Bagua 8 Kicks, Bagua 72 Palms, Jian Rongjiao's 8 Old Palms and Lui Hong Ba Shi. Tsang learned more from Fung Nai, specifically from the Shanxi style, and went on to train in this style with Liu Jingru, as well as furthering his knowledge of Baguazhang and Six Harmonies Praying Mantis. His knowledge of Xing Yi Quan's two man practice through a manual owned by Hung Gwun. Additional teachers include Li De Run, Niu Sheng Xian and Li Tianji.
However, for a more detailed description of Tsang's training, I strongly recommend getting hold of his book.
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