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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the first of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements.
20 Nov 2008
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the second of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements
30 Jan 2009
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the third of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements.
23 Feb 2009
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the third of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements.
7 Dec 2009
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This doesn't do justice to my swell dance moves, but what can you do within constraints of small frame?
1 Sep 2007
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Chen Si Tan's Taiji Quan from China topmost Wushu Super Star The origins of Taijiquan are often attributed to one Zhang Sanfeng (a Taoist of either the 12th or 15th century depending on the source) who created the art after witnessing a fight between a snake and a crane. These stories were popularized in the early part of this century and were the result of misinformation and the desire to connect the art with a more famous and ancient personage. All of the various styles of Taijiquan which are in existence today can be traced back to a single man, Chen Wangding, a general of the latter years of the Ming Dynasty. After the fall of the Ming and the establishment of the Qing Dynasty (1644), Chen Wangding returned to the Chen village and created his forms of boxing. Originally containing up to seven forms, only two forms of Chen Style Taijiquan have survived into the present. The Art was only taught to members of the Chen clan until a promising young outsider named Yang Luzhan was accepted as a student in the early part of the 19th century. Yang Luzhan (nicknamed "Yang without enemy" as he was reportedly a peerless fighter) modified the original Chen style and created the Yang style of Taijiquan, the most popular form practiced in the world today. Wu Yuxiang learned the Art from Yang Luzhan and a variation of the original Chen form from Chen Jingbing (who taught the "small frame" version of Chen Taijiquan) and created the Wu style. A man named Hao Weizhen learned the Wu style from Wu Yuxiang's nephew and taught the style to Sun Ludang, who in turn created the Sun style (Sun was already an established master of Xingyiquan and Baguazhang when he learned Taijiquan. He combined his knowledge of the other arts when creating his style). Yang Luzhan had another student, a Manchu named Chuan You (or Quan You), who in turned taught the Art to his son, Wu Jianchuan (or Jianquan). Wu Jianchuan popularized his variation of the Yang style, which is commonly refered to as the Wu Jianchuan (or Jianquan) style. In recent times (this century) there have been many other variations and modificationsof the Art, but all may be traced back through the above masters to the original Chen family form.
18 Jun 2009
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Chaquan from the "Chinese Wushu" documentary Cha Quan or the Cha style of Chuan is popular in north China. According to the chronicle of the Cha-family Chuan, a Tang Dynasty (618-907) crusade went on an expedition to east China. When the army reached Guanxian County in today's Shandong Province, a young general named Hua Zongqi had to remain behind to recover from a serious wound. When he recovered and re-habilitated, thanks to considerate care by local residents, General Hua Zongqi taught the local people his martial art Jiazi Quan (frame Chuan) in appreciation. Because Hua had good Wushu skills and taught his art very earnestly, a great number of people followed him. Since he could not handle them all alone, Hua invited his senior fellow apprentice Cha Yuanyi from his residence to help him. Cha Yuanyi was proficient at martial arts, especially the body posture Chuan. Cha and Hua stayed together and became esteemed Wushu teachers. Jiazi Quan had fully extended movements and was called Dajia Quan (big frame Chuan). The body posture Chuan is compact and fast and it was called Xiaojia Quan (small frame Chuan). After Cha Yuanyi and Hua Zongqi died, their followers named the two styles of Jiazi Quan after their tutors in their memory. The body posture Chuan passed down by Cha Yuanyi was called the Cha-style Chuan, while the Jiazi Quan taught by Hua Zongqi was named the Hua-style Chuan. Later on, the Cha-style Chuan and the Hua-style Chuan were known as one style. Those who were good at Cha-style Chuan were also good at Hua-style Chuan. Subsequently, this style of fist fight became known as the Cha-Hua Chuan. The Hua-style Chuan has four routines. Three of them are long programs with varied tricks and moves, which are considered the cream ofjiazi Quan. The Cha-style Chuan or body posture Chuan has 10 routines. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1736-1795), the Cha-style Chuan divided into three technical schools at Guanxian County and Rencheng County in Shandong Province. The Zhang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Zhang Qiwei from Village Zhangyin at Guanxian, is fast, agile and compact. The Yang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Yang Hongxiu from the southern part of the town of Guanxian, is upright, comfortable and graceful. The Li style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Li Enju from Jining, is powerful, contin uous and masculine. Wushu masters Wang Ziping, Chang Zhenfang and Zhang Wenguang, well-known in China, were all experts in the Cha-style Chuan and they have contributed to the dissemination and development of this school. The characteristics of the Cha-style Chuan lie in the fact that its movements are graceful, comfortable, clear, continuous and rhythmic. The generation of strengths and forces are abrupt, and the use of energy is economical. This style of Chuan stresses the usage of both hands and feet at the same time in executing the movements. Various tricks and moves are combined and linked to facilitate continuous attacks.
25 Apr 2009
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This demo shows how to configure the toolbar to show search results the way that fits you most. In Torrent-Finder**** as page tabs, or small frames , or in your Firefox as tabs using the built in tabs feature. and controlling how many site should be in each page.. Enjoy the video!
8 May 2008
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Honeyspace is an oasis of fresh thinking about art and its presentation — it is closer to the process of making it than to the process of selling it — despite its location in the midst of Chelsea’s booming commercial galleries. This is largely because the space is run not by a dealer, but by an artist: the sculptor Thomas Beale. The gallery is unmarked, no one is guarding the space, it has no sleek white walls and no commercial purpose. The building owner donated studio space to Beale and supported his radical idea to open an unmonitored gallery. Since it first opened in February of this year, Honeyspace has gained a lot of attention for its provocative ideas and shows. Honeyspace’s fourth show is called Portrait of Silvia Elena, a memorial to 17-year-old Silvia Elena Rivera Morales who was killed in 1995 — one of the first victims of the unsolved femicides taking place in Juarez, Mexico over the past 10 years. The installation is a collaborative project by Swoon, a New York artist, famous for placing her wheatpaste cutouts on the streets of New York as well as showing them at MoMA, Brooklyn Museum and Deitch Projects, and Tennessee Jane Watson, a documentarian and social activist. Most visitors stumble upon the unmarked gallery, where a small framed note on the wall invites them into the raw basement to see the piece. Shabby stairs lead viewers underground and one cannot help but be submerged in the somber mood of the installation. Such a departure from a safe guarded gallery in the rest of Chelsea drastically changes the usual gallery experience. The installation includes sound recordings by Watson, shrine elements and an intricate cut out portrait of Silvia Elena by Swoon. The only explanation of the piece is in the corner of Honeyspace’s street level. The shrine on the table is made out of flowers, candles lighting the posters of the disappeared women, photographs of the commemorative pink crosses spread along the roads of Juarez and snapshots of the girls among their friends and family before their tragic disappearances. To date, over 500 women and girls have been confirmed killed in Juarez, and more an 1000 have disappeared. Most of the victims are young, poor, and have been sexually assaulted prior to their deaths. The local police has been extremely ineffective in solving the 10 year old terror. Earlier this year, during the trip to Juarez, Swoon and Watson met Silvia Elena’s mother Ramona Morales. They recorded Ramona’s recount of Silvia’s disappearance, traveled together to Silvia’s grave and brought back photographs of Silvia. By inviting us to mourn together with them, Swoon and Watson bring emotion into the cold news stories we read and hear everyday of events taking place in Mexico, a place so far away, yet so close.
20 Jun 2008
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Love him or hate him, Allen Iverson plays the game of basketball with a lot of heart. I remember him when he first came in to the NBA from Georgetown University and I followed his career through Philadelphia (76ers), Denver (Nuggets) and now the Detroit Pistons. Hes known for his killer cross over dribble and his tenacious drives to the basket, despite his small frame. He has not won a championship as of yet but reached the finals when he was with the Sixers- Practically carrying that team on his back. There are plenty of highlight / mix tapes out there so my tribute comes in the form of a drawing. I documented the different steps that I took: 1.) Pencil Drawing 2.) Markers 3.) Color Pencils and you can download a print version that shows you step by step how to draw AI at my website merrillk****. The first part is stop motion with a scanner and the second part is a time lapse. Hopefully its a slam dunk. Please rate and comment! Merrill Kazanjian
15 Apr 2009
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Remodeling and Handyman in Houston 281-831-1573, no job is too small. Frame - Paint Sheetrock Texture - Siding Cornice - Trim Buid Patio - Build Wood Fences Faux Finish - New Kitchen Cabinets Ceramic Tile Room Additions Roof Shingles Granite - Plumber Sinks - Door Locks - Windows and much more! 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
13 Dec 2009
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New ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety take the guesswork out of selecting boosters most likely to provide good lap and shoulder belt fit in a range of vehicles. The Institute rates 9 belt-positioning boosters BEST BETS, and 6 are GOOD BETS out of 60 models examined in a new round of evaluations. Eleven boosters aren't recommended at all because they do such a poor job of fitting the belt. Fit is important because safety belts are designed with adults in mind, not kids. Boosters elevate children so belts will fit their small frames better to protect them in a crash.
22 Dec 2009
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