November 3, 2019
We are happy to offer three sets of workshops by visiting masters on Sunday, November 3, at Malee’s School of Tai Chi & Kung Fu.
You can also sign up at the tournament on November 2 or at Malee’s School on Sunday, November 3.
The workshops will be in three parts: two 90-minute sessions in the morning and one 90-minute session in the afternoon. You can sign up for one, two, or all three parts. The times are 9:00-10:30 am, 10:30 am-noon, and 1:30-3:00 pm.
Wudang Taiji Sword with Grandmaster Bai Wenxiang | 武当太极剑（白文祥大师）
Emei Boxing with Professor Wen Zuohui | 峨眉拳（温佐惠大师）
Wudang Zhaobao Taiji Push Hands and Applications with Master Hao Qinling | 赵堡太极拳用法及推手（郝勤岭大师）
About the Visiting Masters
Grandmaster Bai Wenxiang was the coach of the Shaanxi wushu team in China and taught such illustrious champions as Master Zhao Changjun, the greatest wushu athlete of the 1980s, and movie star Donnie Yen. Known for his mastery of both traditional and contemporary wushu, Grandmaster Bai was a competitor in China even before the founding of the Chinese Wushu Association.
Master Wen Zuohui is one of the preeminent individuals in the worldwide wushu community. As the former director of the wushu department at the Chengdu Sports Institute and board member of many prestigious institutions such as the Chinese Wushu Association, she has also directed national and international tournaments and training courses.
Master Wen is the chief architect of the official Duan ranking system for traditional Emei Boxing.
Master Hao Qinling began learning wushu as a child, and later became a 12th generation lineage holder of Wudang Zhaobao Taijiquan and 15th generation lineage holder of Zhang Sanfeng Taijiquan. In addition to his many honors and prestigious positions throughout China, he is also the Dean and head wushu coach of the World Laozi Research Institute, Vice Chairman of the World Chinese Culture and Arts Foundation, professor of wushu and tai chi at universities in China, and more.