Talk:42-form tai chi chuan

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42 form versus 48 form[edit]

Unfortunately the first external link is to a page describing the distinct 48 forms, rather than something similar on the 42 forms. Is there a similar source for the 42 forms? Moreover the second link may be dead ( the website is currently inaccessible). Elroch (talk) 19:46, 1 May 2008 (UTC)

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