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Yan Dehua's Bagua Applications By Andrea Falk
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Yan Dehua's book on bagua applications, translated by Andrea Falk. Originally published in the 1930s, this book has the best illustrations of any martial art ever. This is the PDF Edition of the soft... More > cover book. It is formatted for 8.5 x 11 inch printout, and includes all of the contents of the print book, but on half the number of pages. For more details see www.thewushucentre.ca< Less
Yan Dehua's Bagua Applications By Andrea Falk
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The original Yan Dehua book, in Chinese, is one of the best classic books on any style, with certainly the most original and fun drawings ever done for a martial arts book. 'Bagua Applications' is... More > also known by the name of 'Shaolin Wall Destroying Techniques', not meaning that the techniques are Shaolin style, but infering that deeply understanding these applications will bring about a breaking of your wall of restrictions such as happened to Da Mo after his years of meditation. This is the EPUB edition of Yan Dehua's Bagua Applications, translated by Andrea Falk, made for electronic readers. If you would like the Chinese characters and pinyin, you can get either the PDF edition or the soft cover book edition from tgl books at the wushu centre.< Less
Journal of Traditional Oriental Fighting Arts, Volume 1 By Bradford Tyrey
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Contents include: Over 40 old photos and drawings – 24 packed pages. The Study of Classical Sword by Madam Sun Jian-Yun (Sun Lu-Tang’s daughter). Developing Inner Force by Jue Hau... More > (disciple of Sun Lu-Tang). Vital Dim-Mak Cavities: Traditional Hitting Methods. The Old Practices of Cheng Style Baguazhang from Liu Xing-Han. Baguazhang’s Striking/Colliding Palm by Yan De-Hua. Early 20th Century Jiu-Jitsu Teaching of Yae-Kichi Yabe: Part 1. Taijiquan’s Secret Sword Practices by Chen Wei-Ming (disciple under both Yang Cheng-Fu and Sun Lu-Tang). Two rare large portrait photos of Master Wu Jian-Quan (1870-1942) demonstrating traditional Wu style taijiquan. Please note: Some of the articles in the Journal were originally extracted, in partial or complete form, from books that we offer. However, there are some articles, old photos and drawings only found in Journal editions. Each edition is offered at a low cost so that readers can sample the writings of old masters.< Less

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