Tai Chi Chuan Books
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Recommended Books:
Beginners, Advanced, Chen, Wu, Yang, Applications, Other, Best Picks,
Tai Chi Weapons, The Classics, Bagua & Hsingi, Push Hands, Chin Na, Pressure Points,
, Cheng Man-Ching, T.T. Liang, Shou-Yu Liang,

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Tai Chi Videos - Tai Chi Video Authors
T.T. Liang

Steal My Art: The Life and Times of T'ai Chi Master, T.T. Liang - by Stuart Alve Olson Part 1 is about his personal and martial life (a career as a high-ranking government official, street fights and shootouts, opium dens and prostitutes, mystical martial arts masters and monks). Part 2 is about his insights and contributions to Tai Chi forms (the 150 posture form, and the 78 posture two-person form). Part 3 is devoted to his well known humorous side. Also includes Liang's personal insights on other masters with whom he met or studied with, including Chen Man-ch'ing and Yang Cheng Fu.

T'Ai Chi Ch'Uan for Health and Self-Defense: Philosophy and Practice - by T. T. Liang and Paul B. Gallagher. Personal and insightful commentary from Master Liang, along with excerpts from many other Tai Chi songs and tales from China. It contains an excellent translation of the classics... by a translator that obviously understands the subject being translated.

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