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We am training in White Crane Kung fu as taught to me by the Pan Family in Yong Chun ( Fu Jian ).
Fu Jian is a region in China, and although there are a variety of crane styles practiced there, fu jian white crane is a generic term which has no particular style associated with it. There are 4 style of Yong Chun white crane currently trained in the town of Yong Chun. All go under the name "yong chun bai he chuen". However ours is identified by the Wu Shu Guan which is the Wen (Ong) Gong Shr Whu Shu Guan.
This is San Zhan our first form ( 2008 )
San Zhan ( or San Jan or San Chin or Sanchin or SanChiem...
We say 100 students, 100 san jans!! - check out the differences. Also look at official system web site for more examples and information on this form.
Pan with child
With Mr Huang - after rather a lot of bai jiou
Mr Huangs (my first teacher) student
Mr Chen in Nan An (also a first rate musician)
The following are all me. Each time I think I have it right!! and then a year later I look back and think - oh dear oh dear oh dear...
having said that....the last one ( 2006 ) is definitely the best of the lot...er...
1 'basic' push hands
Bit more Advanced
Bit more Advanced?
Bit more difficult not necessarily more advanced
Bit more Advanced !
These are really advanced basics. ( a bit difficult to describe ).
For power generation playing see the devil, the detail and the deep blue sea... from 2003 / 4.
There is more than can ever be conveyed, only discovered. In the confusion and laughter, beneath the music and the excercise through the alchohol and tobacco fumes and wrapped in freindship may you will find the heart of your kung fu.