Wang Shujin

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Wang Shujin was a renowned expert in the martial art disciplines of Bagua Zhang, Taiji Quan, and Xingyi Quan. Wang was also a spiritual leader in a Taoist Sect called the Constant Path (Yi Guan Dao). He learned Hsing-I Chuan (Xingyi Quan) and Bagua Zhang from Zhang ZhanKui (Zhang Chan Kuei), Li Cun Yi and Xiao Hai Po. Wang moved to Taiwan in the 1940s. In the 1950s and 60s, Wang taught martial arts in Japan.

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  • Robert W. Smith, PA-KUA CHINESE BOXING FOR FITNESS & SELF-DEFENSE
  • Robert W. Smith, Chinese Boxing, ISBN 1-55643-085-X
  • Wang Shujin, Bagua Linked Palms - Translated by Kent Howard and Chen Hsiao-Yen, ISBN 978-1-58394-264-2 (1-58394-264-5)

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