Lessons With Master Liang

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Lessons With Master Liang

Postby oragami_itto on Mon Jul 16, 2018 8:07 am

I discovered this morning that Ray Hayward has re-published his collection of notes from his time studying with Master T.T. Liang.
Lessons with Master Liang

I've got a copy from the original run and it's a great little book. It's a somewhat loosely organized collection of notes, so a lot of direct quotes from Master Liang, and some stories about Cheng man Ching I haven't seen anywhere else.

Apparently he's also planning on an expanded version of his book about Master Wai Lun Choi "Real Gold Does Not Fear the Fire" which I'm looking forward to.
"This principle is very obvious and requires no further elaboration."
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Re: Lessons With Master Liang

Postby oragami_itto on Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:22 am

He's released a second reprint.

String of pearls is a collection of essays and articles by students of twin cities Tai chi chuan, the instructors at the time Easy Hayward and Paul Abdella, and even T.T. Liang and Wai Lun Choi.

I've already got a copy and it's a worthwhile volume

http://www.lulu.com/shop/ray-hayward/st ... 36368.html
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