Yao Zongxun

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姚宗勛
Yao Zongxun
Born 1917 (1917)
China
Died 1985 (aged 67–68)
China
Style Neijia
Yiquan
Teacher(s) Wang Xiangzhai
Notable students Yao Chengguang
Yao Chengrong

Yao Zongxun (Simplified Chinese: 姚宗勋; Traditional Chinese: 姚宗勛; Pinyin: Yáo Zōngxūn; 1917–1985) was the formal successor of Wang Xiangzhai, founder of the martial art Yiquan.[1] He is also the father of Yao Chengguang and Yao Chengrong both currently teaching in Beijing, China.[2]

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  1. ^ Joseph P. Lau (2011). Yiquan Beginner's Guide: Basic Skills. Lulu.com. ISBN 12-571-6119-9. 
  2. ^ C S Tang (2015). The Complete Book of Yiquan. Singing Dragon. ISBN 08-570-1172-3. 

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