<html> <head> <title>Chen Style Taijiquan Notepad</title> <meta name="keywords" content="martial art, chinese, character, taijiquan, tai ji quan, tai chi chuan, tai chi, push hands, qinna, chen style, chenjiagou, wangting, fake, zhaokui, xiaowang, zhenglei, wang xi'an, zhu tiancai, jan silberstorff, christoph david weinmann> <meta name="description" content="This page contains commented weblinks and other sources, such as videos and books, on Chen style taijiquan. It assists your navigation in chenspace. Only links to websites with substantial content are included."> <meta http-equiv="reply-to" content="weinmann@163.com"> <meta name="author" content="weinmann@163.com"> </head> <BODY bgcolor="#daa520" text="#000000" link="#228b22" alink="#ff0000" vlink="#800080"> <basefont size="3"> <a name="top"></a> <hr align="center" width=50%> <h2 align="center">What else you may find on this site, besides the <a href="#terms">Chinese characters</a> below</h2> <ol type=A> <li>The <a href="index.htm">home page</a>, i.e. the entry to my Chen style taijiquan notepad <li>Some <a href="web.htm">web sources</a> on Chen style taijiquan that you may find, or not, worthwhile <li>Information on a few <a href="videos.htm">videos</a> and <a href="streams.htm">streams</a> on Chen style taijiquan <li>Information on some <a href="material.htm">other material</a> (mainly books) on Chen style taijiquan <li>A <a href="glossary.htm">beginner's glossary</a> for quick reference on Chen style taijiquan <li>Something on <a href="conduct.htm">conduct and ethics</a> of the Chen family <li>A reference chart on <a href="lineage.htm">Chen style lineage</a> in case you are looking for teachers <li><a href="index.htm#thanks">Thank you</a> for visiting my page <li>A <a href="index.htm#disclaim">disclaimer</a> so you won't sue me when you break a leg </ol> <hr align="center" width=75%> <div align="center"><img src="huibian.gif"></div> <blockquote>"Huibian" is the Chinese term for "glossary". The first character is pronounced on the fourth, the second character on the first tone in standard Chinese pronounciation (putonghua).</Blockquote> <hr align="center" width=75%> <h2>Chinese characters for quick reference on Chen style taijiquan</h2> This is a list of Chinese <a href="http://www.chinalanguage.com/CCDICT/index.html">characters</a> which occur in Chen style taijiquan. It contains mainly such characters which bear relation to the transcriptions of this site. I have added this page because phonetic pinyin transcription, as other roman transcriptions for Chinese, is not biunique. Hence, visitors who come across this site and <em>do</em> speak Chinese may feel confused what Chinese character is actually meant. For example, while "break" and "brake" sound identical in English, their meaning is different. In the same way, the identical pronounciation of "quan" (in the second tone) could stand for "boxing", "spring" (source of water), "coil up" (as a snake), "wheel without spokes", and many more terms, depending on the Chinese character used.<p> In order to be able to see the Chinese characters you need to adjust your browser's settings so as to enable the character code set of the People's Republic of China (GB). If this (alone) does not work, as a recent visitor wrote, you may need to still install the Chinese character set for Windows (if you are a Windows user) that usually comes with all the other language sets that are provided, but often is not automatically installed if Chinese is not your working language because these sets take up a lot of disk space. [I am not sure what holds for other operating systems. If anyone knows, please advise so I can share the information.] Do not forget to change the language settings if you return to other sites which do not display Chinese because codes may conflict with one another.<p> If I can find and succeed to type them all, this page will show you the Chinese characters for all of the terms on the <a href="glossary.htm">glossary page</a>, and possibly a few additional characters for names or expressions related to other pages than the glossary. Also, original Chinese titles mentioned on the pages about <a href="videos.htm">videos</a> and <a href="material.htm">other material</a> are placed at the end of this page in case you want to seek them out. Any corrections and comments are welcome. Please send your message to <a href="mailto:weinmann@163.com">O\f (Christoph David Weinmann)</a>.<p> <hr align="center" width=75%> <a href="#top">Back to top</a> <a href="#movements">Down to movements</a> <a href="#titles">Down to titles</a> <a href="index.htm">Home</a> <a href="web.htm">Web sources</a> <a href="videos.htm">Videos</a> <a href="streams.htm">Streams</a> <a href="material.htm">Other material</a> <a href="glossary.htm">Glossary</a> <a href="conduct.htm">Conduct</a> <a href="lineage.htm">Lineage</a> <hr align="center" width=90%> <a name="terms"></a> <h3>Chinese characters for Chen style taijiquan (no movements)</h3> <dl "compact"> <dt><strong>An: </strong> <dd> <big> c </big> <dt><strong>Bai hui: </strong> <dd> <big> ~vO </big> <dt><strong>Cai:</strong> <dd> <big> c </big> I have not found a way of typing the appropriate character with standard input software, and have neither found it in standard dictionaries. Maybe the term is too technical. However, I have found it on several (and copied it from) Chinese websites. <dt><strong>Chan si gong: </strong> <dd> <big> NR </big> <dt><strong>Chang qiang: </strong> <dd> <big> :_ </big> <dt><strong>Chen style: </strong> <dd> <big> H_ </big> <a name="chqdd"></a> <dt><strong>Chunqiu da dao: </strong> <dd> <big> %fy'YR </big> <dt><strong>Da lv: </strong> <dd> <big>'Y</big> plus the character for lv below. <dt><strong>Da zhui: </strong> <dd> <big> 'Yi </big> <a name="dd"></a> <dt><strong>Dan dao: </strong> <dd> <big> USR </big> <a name="dj"></a> <dt><strong>Dan jian: </strong> <dd> <big> USQR </big> <dt><strong>Dao yin: </strong> <dd> <big> [_ </big> <dt><strong>Ding bu: </strong> <dd> <big>[ek</big> <a name="el"></a> <dt><strong>Er lu: </strong> <dd> <big> N </big> <dt><strong>Fa jin: </strong> <dd> <big> SR </big> <dt><strong>Feng shi: </strong> <dd> <big> Θ^ </big> <dt><strong>Gang rou xiang ji: </strong> <dd> <big> RgvNm </big> <dt><strong>Gong fu: </strong> <dd> <big> R+Y </big> <dt><strong>Hao style: </strong> <dd> <big> ݐ_ </big> <dt><strong>He bu: </strong> <dd> <big> Tek </big> <dt><strong>Hua jiao bu: </strong> <dd> <big> ek </big> <dt><strong>Hu lei jia: </strong> <dd> <big># </big> <dt><strong>Huan tiao: </strong> <dd> <big> s </big> <dt><strong>Hui yin: </strong> <dd> <big> O4 </big> <dt><strong>Huo bu: </strong> <dd> <big> ;mek </big> <dt><strong>Ji ben gong fu: </strong> <dd> <big> W,gR+Y </big> <dt><strong>Ji: </strong> <dd> <big> $c </big> <dt><strong>Jian jing: </strong> <dd> <big> N </big> <dt><strong>Jing luo: </strong> <dd> <big> ~~ </big> <dt><strong>Kao: </strong> <dd> <big> `</big> <dt><strong>Lao gong: </strong> <dd> <big> R[ </big> <dt><strong>Lao jia: </strong> <dd> <big> g </big> <a name="ljel"></a> <dt><strong>Lao jia er lu: </strong> <dd> <big> gN </big> <a name="ljyl"></a> <dt><strong>Lao jia yi lu: </strong> <dd> <big> gN </big> <dt><strong>Li style: </strong> <dd> <big> Ng_ </big> <dt><strong>Lie:</strong> <dd> <big> c </big> I have not found a way of typing the appropriate character with standard input software, and have neither found it in standard dictionaries. Maybe the term is too technical. However, I have found it on several (and copied it from) Chinese websites. <dt><strong>Ling tai: </strong> <dd> <big> upS </big> <dt><strong>Luan cai hua: </strong> <dd> <big>qN)</big> <dt><strong>Lv:</strong> <dd> I have not found a way of typing the appropriate character with standard input software, and have neither found it in standard dictionaries or, as a matter of fact, on any Chinese taijiquan sites I ran into thus far. (It usually is substituted with the character <big> Kc </big> meaning "smoothing out with fingers" or "stroke"). Maybe the term is too technical. It is an eighteen-stroke character. The left side consists of <big> Kb </big> (shou, as a radical) and the right side consists of <big> e\ </big> (lv). <dt><strong>Ming men: </strong> <dd> <big> }T </big> <dt><strong>Nei gong: </strong> <dd> <big> QR </big> <dt><strong>Qi: </strong> <dd> <big> l </big> <dt><strong>Qi hai: </strong> <dd> <big> lwm </big> <dt><strong>Qin na: </strong> <dd> <big> db </big> <dt><strong>Pao chui: </strong> <dd> <big> pvc </big> <dt><strong>Peng: </strong> <dd> <big> c </big> I have not found a way of typing the appropriate character with standard input software, and have neither found it in standard dictionaries. Maybe the term is too technical. However, I have found it on several (and copied it from) Chinese websites. <dt><strong>Qi chong: </strong> <dd> <big> lQ </big> <dt><strong>Qi men: </strong> <dd> <big> g </big> <dt><strong>Qing gong: </strong> <dd> <big> {R </big> <dt><strong>Quan: </strong> <dd> <big> b </big> <dt><strong>Qv chi: </strong> <dd> <big> f`l </big> <dt><strong>Shan zhong: </strong> <dd> <big> -N </big> <a name="shd"></a> <dt><strong>Shuang dao: </strong> <dd> <big> SR </big> <dt><strong>Shun bu: </strong> <dd> <big>zek</big> <dt><strong>Sun style: </strong> <dd> <big>Y[_ (Y[yX) </big> <dt><strong>Tai ji bu fa: </strong> <dd> <big> *Ygekl </big> <dt><strong>Tai ji chan si jing: </strong> <dd> <big> *Yg NR </big> <dt><strong>Tai ji dou jing: </strong> <dd> <big> *YgbR </big> <dt><strong>Tai ji qi xie gong: </strong> <dd> <big> *YghVhR </big> <a name="tjqiang"></a> <dt><strong>Tai ji qiang: </strong> <dd> <big> *Ygg </big> <dt><strong>Tai ji quan tui shou: </strong> <dd> <big> *YgbcKb </big> <a name="tjshsg"></a> <dt><strong>Tai ji shi san gan: </strong> <dd> <big> *YgAS NFg </big> <dt><strong>Tie shan zhang: </strong> <dd> <big> Gbc </big> <dt><strong>Tu na: </strong> <dd> <big> TPT </big> <dt><strong>Wan hua: </strong> <dd> <big> =c </big> <dt><strong>Wei zhong: </strong> <dd> <big> Y-N </big> <dt><strong>Wu shu: </strong> <dd> <big> fk/g </big> <dt><strong>Wu style (1): </strong> <dd> <big> fk_ (fkyD) </big> <dt><strong>Wu style (2): </strong> <dd> <big> 4T_ (4Ttl) </big> <dt><strong>Xiao jia: </strong> <dd> <big> \g </big> <dt><strong>Xin jia: </strong> <dd> <big> eg </big> <a name="xjel"></a> <dt><strong>Xin jia er lu: </strong> <dd> <big> egN </big> <a name="xjyl"></a> <dt><strong>Xin jia yi lu: </strong> <dd> <big> egN </big> <dt><strong>Xun jin kou xue: </strong> <dd> <big># </big> <dt><strong>Yang ling quan: </strong> <dd> <big> 3ul </big> <a name="yshg"></a> <dt><strong>Yang sheng gong: </strong> <dd> <big> {QuR </big> <dt><strong>Yang style: </strong> <dd> <big> hg_ (hg2y) </big> <dt><strong>Yi lu: </strong> <dd> <big> N </big> <dt><strong>Yong quan: </strong> <dd> <big> ml </big> <dt><strong>Yv zhen: </strong> <dd> <big> sg </big> <dt><strong>Zhan zhuang gong fu: </strong> <dd> <big> zihR+Y </big> <dt><strong>Zhang men: </strong> <dd> <big> z </big> <dt><strong>Zhao fa: </strong> <dd> <big> bl </big> <dt><strong>Zhong fu: </strong> <dd> <big> -N^ </big> <dt><strong>Zhou: </strong> <dd> <big> </big> <a name="ddj-tr"></a> <dt>From Laozi's (or Lao Dan's) <em><a href="index.htm#ddj">Dao De Jing<a></em>: <dd><big> )Y Ng1_N4l ;eZW:_KN܀NvQeNfKN0</big> </dl> <hr align="center" width=75%> <div align="center"> <img src="chenshi.gif"> </div> <blockquote>"Chen shi" (second tone, fourth tone) stands for "Chen style" in Chinese, here with the denotation of "family" and "clan" or "school". There is another character for "style" with identical pronounciation (noted in the section above), widely used, that contains the denotation of "standard", "model", or "pattern". In practice, both characters for "shi" are used almost interchangeably when reference is made to a taijiquan style. Note also that Chinese characters have been <a href="http://zhongwen.com/jian.htm">simplified</a> in China. This even goes for family names such as the character of the Chen family. Therefore, you will find a slightly different character for "Chen" (Cf. the image below.) in older printings, or in printings from Hongkong or Taiwan which still use traditional characters.</Blockquote> <div align="center"> <img src="chenshi2.gif"> </div> <hr align="center" width=75%> <a href="#top">Back to top</a> <a href="#terms">Back to terms</a> <a href="#titles">Down to titles</a> <a href="index.htm">Home</a> <a href="web.htm">Web sources</a> <a href="videos.htm">Videos</a> <a href="streams.htm">Streams</a> <a href="material.htm">Other material</a> <a href="glossary.htm">Glossary</a> <a href="conduct.htm">Conduct</a> <a href="lineage.htm">Lineage</a> <hr align="center" width=90%> <a name="movements"></a> <h3>Chinese characters for Chen style taijiquan movements</h3> Note: This section is arranged in same order as the <a href="glossary.htm">glossary page</a>. Here too, the numbers in the brackets indicate the movement number in the respective routine.<p> <dl "compact"></a> <dt><strong>Ao bu:</strong> <dd> <big> bek </big> [gN: 10, 13, 32] <dt><strong>Bai e liang chi:</strong> <dd> <big> }vEN </big> </big> [gN: 7, 21, 57] <dt><strong>Bai he liang chi:</strong> <dd> <big> }vdN </big> </big> [gN: 7, 21, 57] <dt><strong>Bai she tu xin:</strong> <dd> <big>}vdžTO </big> [USR: 21. USQR: 22, 28, 36] <dt><strong>Bai yvan xian guo:</strong> <dd> <big>}v?s.sg </big> [USQR: 41] <dt><strong>Bai yvn gai ding:</strong> <dd> <big>}vNvv </big> [USR: 5] <dt><strong>Bao tou tui shan:</strong> <dd> <big> b4Ycq\ </big> [gN: 40] <dt><strong>Bi men shi:</strong> <dd> <big> _ </big> [USQR: 6] <dt><strong>Bi shen chui:</strong> <dd> <big> ^vc </big> [gN: 16. gN: 9] <dt><strong>Bo cao xvn she:</strong> <dd> <big>bI[dž </big> [USQR: 13] <dt><strong>Bo yun wang ri:</strong> <dd> <big>bNge </big> [USR: 12] <dt><strong>Chao tian deng:</strong> <dd> <big> g)Yk </big> [gN: 55. Hk(1933/1995): p.360] <dt><strong>Chao yang jian:</strong> <dd> <big>g3QR </big> [USQR: 2] <dt><strong>Chu shou:</strong> <dd> <big>R6e </big> [Hk(1933/1995): p.194] <dt><strong>Da gong quan xiao gong quan:</strong> <dd> <big> 'Yb\b </big> [gN: 15] </a> <dt><strong>Dan bian:</strong> <dd> <big> US </big> [gN: 5, 26, 42, 47, 51, 62, 68. gN: 5] <dt><strong>Dan dao qi shi:</strong> <dd> <big>USRw_ </big> [USR: 1] <dt><strong>Dang tou pao:</strong> <dd> <big>S_4Yp </big> [gN: 73] <dt><strong>Dao juan gong:</strong> <dd> <big> PwS </big> [gN: 20, 56] <dt><strong>Dao juan hong:</strong> <dd> <big> PwS~ </big> [gN: 20, 56. Hk(1933/1995): p.229] <dt><strong>Dao qi long:</strong> <dd> <big> P </big> [gN: 17] <dt><strong>Dao zhuan gong:</strong> <dd> <big>Pl </big> [USQR: 20] <dt><strong>Dian tou:</strong> <dd> <big> p4Y </big> [USQR: 12] <dt><strong>Die cha:</strong> <dd> <big> ̍\ </big> [gN: 54] <dt><strong>Dao cha dao cha:</strong> <dd> <big> ccSccS </big> [gN: 34] <dt><strong>E hu pu shi:</strong> <dd> <big>NQbߘ </big> [USQR: 18] <dt><strong>Er qi:</strong> <dd> <big> Nw </big> [gN: 34. Hk(1933/1995): p.273] <dt><strong>Feng huang dian tou:</strong> <dd> <big> QQp4Y </big> [USQR: 34] <dt><strong>Feng juan can hua:</strong> <dd> <big>ΘwSk </big> [USR: 4, 16] <dt><strong>Fan hua wun xiou:</strong> <dd> <big>  </big> [gN: 12, 22] <dt><strong>Fan shen xia pi jian:</strong> <dd> <big>  NRQR </big> [USQR: 8] <dt><strong>Fu hu:</strong> <dd> <big> ON </big> [gN: 24] <dt><strong>Gai lan shi:</strong> <dd> <big>vb_ </big> [USQR: 16] <dt><strong>Gao tan ma:</strong> <dd> <big> ؚcl </big> [gN: 28, 64] <dt><strong>Gu shu pan gen:</strong> <dd> <big>Shv9h </big> [USQR: 17] <dt><strong>Guai mang fan shen:</strong> <dd> <big>*`҇ </big> [USQR: 46] <dt><strong>Guo bian guo bian:</strong> <dd> <big> </big> [gN: 19] <dt><strong>Hai di lao yve:</strong> <dd> <big> wm^^cg </big> [USQR: 33] <dt><strong>Hei hu sou shan:</strong> <dd> <big>ўNdq\ </big> [USR: 6] <dt><strong>Hei xiong fan shen:</strong> <dd> <big>ўq </big> [USQR: 26] <dt><strong>Hou zhao:</strong> <dd> <big> Tb </big> [gN: 44] <dt><strong>Hou zhao:</strong> <dd> <big> T-f </big> [gN: 44. Hk(1933/1995): p.310] <dt><strong>Hu xi jian:</strong> <dd> <big> bQR </big> [USQR: 5] <dt><strong>Hu xin dao:</strong> <dd> <big>b_R </big> [USR: 2] <dt><strong>Hu xin quan:</strong> <dd> <big> b_b </big> [gN: 35. gN: 6] <dt><strong>Huai zhong bao yue:</strong> <dd> <big>`-Nbg </big> [USR: 22] <dt><strong>Huang long san jiao shui:</strong> <dd> <big> Ğ Nd4l </big> [gN: 26] <dt><strong>Hui tou dang men pao:</strong> <dd> <big> V4YS_蕮p </big> [gN: 36] <dt><strong>Hui tou jin gang dao dui:</strong> <dd> <big> V4YёRccx </big> [gN: 8] <dt><strong>Hui tou jing lan zhi ru:</strong> <dd> <big> V4YNbveQ </big> [gN: 41] <dt><strong>Ji di chui:</strong> <dd> <big> Q0Wvc </big> [Hk(1933/1995): p.267] <dt><strong>Jin gang dao dui:</strong> <dd> <big></a> ёRccx </big> [gN: 2, 6, 15, 74. gN: 2, 42] <dt><strong>Jin ji du li:</strong> <dd> <big> ё!rz </big> [gN: 55. USR: 8. USQR: 14] <dt><strong>Lan ca yi:</strong> <dd> <big> cdc </big> [gN: 3, 49. gN: 3] <dt><strong>Lan zha yi:</strong> <dd> <big> aNbc </big> [gN: 3, 49. gN: 3] <dt><strong>Liu feng si bi:</strong> <dd> <big> mQ\V </big> [gN: 4, 25, 41, 46, 50, 61. gN: 4] <dt><strong>Lou xi:</strong> <dd> <big> d </big> [gN: 9, 12] <dt><strong>Luo han jiang long:</strong> <dd> <big>WIlM </big> [USQR: 25] <dt><strong>Luo hua shi:</strong> <dd> <big>=_ </big> [USQR: 42] <dt><strong>Mo mei gong:</strong> <dd> <big> b w </big> [gN: 25] <dt><strong>Mo pan jian:</strong> <dd> <big>xvQR </big> [USQR: 48] <dt><strong>Na zha tan hai:</strong> <dd> <big>TTcwm </big> [USQR: 45] <dt><strong>Pi jia zi:</strong> <dd> <big> bgP[ </big> [gN: 21] <dt><strong>Pi shen chui mo wei xiang xia da zhi dang chui:</strong> <dd> <big> bvc+g>\T NSbcƈvc </big> [gN: 17. Hk(1933/1995): p.223] <dt><strong>Pie shen chui (quan):</strong> <dd> <big> dvc </big> [gN: 16. gN: 9] <dt><strong>Pu di ji:</strong> <dd> <big> 0W! </big> [gN: 69. Hk(1933/1995): p.405] <dt><strong>Pu di jin:</strong> <dd> <big> 0W& </big> [gN: 69. Hk(1933/1995): p.405] <dt><strong>Qian zhao:</strong> <dd> <big> MRb </big> [gN: 43] <dt><strong>Qian zhao:</strong> <dd> <big> MR-f </big> [gN: 43. Hk(1933/1995): p.306] <dt><strong>Qing long bai wei:</strong> <dd> <big>RFd>\ </big> [USQR: 19] <dt><strong>Qing long chu shui:</strong> <dd> <big> RQ4l </big> [gN: 17. USR: 3, 15. USQR: 4, 7] <dt><strong>Qing long zhuan shen:</strong> <dd> <big> Rl </big> [USQR: 9] <dt><strong>Quan pao chui:</strong> <dd> <big> hQpvc </big> [gN: 32] <dt><strong>Que di long:</strong> <dd> <big> 0W </big> [gN: 69] <dt><strong>Ri tao san huan:</strong> <dd> <big>eWY Ns </big> [USR: 11] <dt><strong>Sao tang tui:</strong> <dd> <big> kb </big> [gN: 30] <dt><strong>Shan tong bei:</strong> <dd> <big> ̀ </big> [gN: 23, 59] <dt><strong>Shang xia xie ci:</strong> <dd> <big> N Ne:R </big> [USQR: 43] <dt><strong>Shang bu (ba) qi xing:</strong> <dd> <big> NekNf </big> [gN: 70] <dt><strong>Shang bu qi xing mo wei jin gang dao dui:</strong> <dd> <big> NekNf+g>\ёRccx </big> [gN: 70. Hk(1933/1995): p.409] <dt><strong>Shang san bu:</strong> <dd> <big> N Nek </big> [gN: 10, 13, 32] <dt><strong>Shen xian yi ba zhua:</strong> <dd> <big> ^yNNbb </big> [gN: 33] <dt><strong>Shi zi jiao:</strong> <dd> <big>ASW[ </big> [gN: 65] <dt><strong>Shou shi:</strong> <dd> <big> 6eR </big> [gN: 75. gN: 43. USR: (23)] <dt><strong>Shou tou shi:</strong> <dd> <big> }Q4Y_ </big> [gN: 20] <dt><strong>Shuang bai lian:</strong> <dd> <big> SFd </big> [gN: 53, 72] <dt><strong>Shuang tui shou:</strong> <dd> <big> ScKb </big> [gN: 18] <dt><strong>Shun lan zhou:</strong> <dd> <big> zb </big> [gN: 39] <dt><strong>Su qin bei jian:</strong> <dd> <big>ςỳQR </big> [USR: 7] <dt><strong>Tai ji huan yvan:</strong> <dd> <big>*Yg؏S </big> [USQR: 49] <dt><strong>Tai ji dan jian chu shi:</strong> <dd> <big>*YgUSQRR_ </big> [USQR: 1] <dt><strong>Ti er qi:</strong> <dd> <big>"Nw </big> [gN: 34] <dt><strong>Wei tuo xian chu:</strong> <dd> <big>|.sug </big> [USQR: 47] <dt><strong>Wo di da zhuo pao:</strong> <dd> <big> z^'YIcp </big> [gN: 37] <dt><strong>Wo di pao:</strong> <dd> <big> z^p </big> [gN: 40] <dt><strong>Wu long bai wei:</strong> <dd> <big>LNFd>\ </big> [USQR: 23] <dt><strong>Xia bu kua gong:</strong> <dd> <big> Nek荱 </big> [gN: 71] <dt><strong>Xia bu kua hu:</strong> <dd> <big> NekN </big> [gN: 71. Hk(1933/1995): p.411] <dt><strong>Xia yvn shou:</strong> <dd> <big> NNKb </big> [Hk(1933/1995): p.380] <dt><strong>Xian ren zhi lu:</strong> <dd> <big> NNc </big> [USQR: 3, 15] <dt><strong>Xiao qin da:</strong> <dd> <big> \dSb </big> [gN: 39] <dt><strong>Xiao qin na:</strong> <dd> <big> \db </big> [gN: 39. Hk(1933/1995): p.292] <dt><strong>Xie fei shi:</strong> <dd> <big> eޘ_ </big> [USQR: 10, 29, 37, 44] <dt><strong>Xie xing:</strong> <dd> <big> eL </big> [gN: 8, 11, 22, 58. gN: 7] <dt><strong>Xuan feng jiao:</strong> <dd> <big> eΘ </big> [gN: 36] <dt><strong>Yan bie jin shi:</strong> <dd> <big>q+Rё </big> [USR: 17] <dt><strong>Yan shou chui:</strong> <dd> <big> oKbvc </big> [Hk(1933/1995): p.244] <dt><strong>Yan shou gong quan:</strong> <dd> <big> oKbb </big> [gN: 14, 24, 38, 60. gN: 13, 18, 23, 29, 31, 33. Hk(1933/1995): p.211] <dt><strong>Yan shou gong quan:</strong> <dd> <big> cKbb </big> [gN: 14, 24, 38, 60. gN: 13, 18, 23, 29, 31, 33] <dt><strong>Yan zi zhuo ni:</strong> <dd> <big>qP[DUl </big> [USQR: 27, 31, 35, 40] <dt><strong>Yao lan zhou:</strong> <dd> <big> pb </big> [gN: 14, 38] <dt><strong>Yao zhan bai she:</strong> <dd> <big>pe}vdž </big> [USR: 10] <dt><strong>Ye cha tan hai:</strong> <dd> <big>YScwm </big> [USR: 18] <dt><strong>Ye ma fen zong:</strong> <dd> <big> ΑlR </big> [gN: 45] <dt><strong>Ye ma tiao jian:</strong> <dd> <big>Αlm </big> [USQR: 21] <dt><strong>Yi tang she:</strong> <dd> <big>NXdž </big> [gN: 54. Hk(1933/2006): p.237] <dt><strong>Ying feng gun bi:</strong> <dd> <big>Ώ n </big> [USR: 9] <dt><strong>Ying xiong dou zhi:</strong> <dd> <big>pqezf </big> [USQR: 30] <dt><strong>You bo cao xun she:</strong> <dd> <big>SbI[dž </big> [USR: 14] <dt><strong>You ca jiao:</strong> <dd> <big> Sd </big> [gN: 29] <dt><strong>You chong:</strong> <dd> <big> SQ </big> [gN: 28] </a> <dt><strong>You deng yi gen:</strong> <dd> <big> SlN9h </big> [gN: 37] <dt><strong>You fan shen kan:</strong> <dd> <big>S x </big> [USR: 20] <dt><strong>You tuo qian jin:</strong> <dd> <big>SXbCSe </big> [USQR: 39] <dt><strong>Yv bei shi:</strong> <dd> <big> YR </big> [gN: 1. gN: 1] <dt><strong>Yv nv chuan suo:</strong> <dd> <big> ssYzh </big> [gN: 48. gN: 16] </a> <dt><strong>Yuan hou xian (tan) guo:</strong> <dd> <big>?s4scg </big> [gN: 67] <dt><strong>Yvn shou:</strong> <dd> <big> ЏKb </big> [gN: 27, 52, 63.] <dt><strong>Zai shou:</strong> <dd> <big>Q6e </big> [Hk(1933/1995): p.205] <dt><strong>Zhai xing huan dao:</strong> <dd> <big>Xdfbce </big> [USQR: 32] <dt><strong>Zhan chi:</strong> <dd> <big> U\ </big> [USQR: 11] <dt><strong>Zhan shou:</strong> <dd> <big> eKb </big> [gN: 11] <dt><strong>Zhi dang:</strong> <dd> <big> cƈ </big> [gN: 10] <dt><strong>Zhi dang chui:</strong> <dd> <big> cchvc </big> [gN: 66] <dt><strong>Zhong kui zhang jian:</strong> <dd> <big>NQR </big> [USQR: 24] <dt><strong>Zhou di kan quan:</strong> <dd> <big> ^ wb </big> [gN: 19] <dt><strong>Zhuan shen bai jiao:</strong> <dd> <big> lFd </big> [gN: 72. Hk(1933/1995): p.418] <dt><strong>Zuo bo cao xun she:</strong> <dd> <big>]bI[dž </big> [USR: 13] <dt><strong>Zuo ca jiao:</strong> <dd> <big> ]d </big> [gN: 30] <dt><strong>Zuo chong:</strong> <dd> <big> ]Q </big> [gN: 27] <dt><strong>Zuo fan shen kan:</strong> <dd> <big>] x </big> [USR: 19] <dt><strong>Zuo deng yi gen:</strong> <dd> <big> ]lN9h </big> [gN: 31] <dt><strong>Zuo er gong you er gong:</strong> <dd> <big> ]NSN </big> [gN: 35] <dt><strong>Zuo tuo qian jin:</strong> <dd> <big>]XbCSe </big> [USQR: 38] </dl> <hr align="center" width=75%> <div align="center"> <img src="dvd02.gif"> </div> <blockquote>This is Chen Xiaowang's DVD case for the Chen style spear routine. Not all videos and materials on this website are available in English or with English subtitles. If you wish to obtain them, often a pinyin transcription is not sufficient and you may need to revert to the Chinese characters.</Blockquote> <hr align="center" width=75%> <a href="#top">Back to top</a> <a href="#terms">Back to terms</a> <a href="#movements">Back to movements</a> <a href="index.htm">Home</a> <a href="web.htm">Web sources</a> <a href="videos.htm">Videos</a> <a href="streams.htm">Streams</a> <a href="material.htm">Other material</a> <a href="glossary.htm">Glossary</a> <a href="conduct.htm">Conduct</a> <a href="lineage.htm">Lineage</a> <hr align="center" width=90%> <a name="titles"></a> <h3>Chinese characters for Chinese titles (videos and materials)</h3> <dl "compact"> <a name="chfktjqjjjt"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Fake Taijiquan Jiji Jiangtang</strong> <dd> <big> # </big> <a name="chshlj"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Lao Jia</strong> <dd> <big> Hlg </big> <a name="chshtjq"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygb </big> <a name="tjdd"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Taiji Dan Dao</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygb*YgUSR </big> <a name="chshtjqgfhc"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Gongfu Huicui</strong> <dd> <big> H_*YgbR+Y_ </big> <a name="chshtjqjstl"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Jingsai Taolu</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygbz[WY </big> <a name="chshtjqlj"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Lao Jia</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygbg </big> <a name="chshtjqqfql"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Quanfa Quanli</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygbblbt </big> <a name="chshtjqqfyjmyx"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Quanfa Yu Jingmai Yunxing</strong> <dd> <big> H_*YgbblN~ ЏL </big> <a name="chshtjqqsh"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Quanshu</strong> <dd> <big> # </big> <a name="chshtjqsh"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Shu</strong> <dd> <big> H_*Ygb/g </big> <a name="chshtjqtsh"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taijiquan Tushuo</strong> <dd> <big> H_*YgbV </big> <a name="chshtjqxhz"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taiji Quanxie Hui Zong</strong> <dd> <big> Hl*YgbhGl[ </big> <a name="chshtjsshyqnzhdjzh"></a> <dt><strong>Chen Shi Taiji Sanshou Yu Qinna, Zhi Di Juezhao</strong> <dd> <big> Hl*YgceKbNdb 6RLe~b </big> <a name="pchchshtjqdel"></a> <dt><strong>Pao Chui: Chen Shi Taijiquan Di Er Lu</strong> <dd> <big> pvcH_*Ygb,{N </big> <a name="qxxsh"></a> <dt><strong>Quanxie Xinshang</strong> <dd> <big> bh#kO </big> <a name="shchchshtjq"></a> <dt><strong>Shichuan Chen Shi Taijiquan</strong> <dd> <big> N OH_*Ygb </big> <a name="xtlxsh"></a> <dt><strong>Xie Taolu Xinshang</strong> <dd> <big> hWY#kO </big> <a name="zhgchshtj"></a> <dt><strong>Zhongguo Chen Shi Taiji</strong> <dd> <big> -NVH_*Yg </big> </dl> <hr align="center" width=75%> <div align="center"> <img src="guandao.jpg"> </div> <blockquote>This picture displays the blade of a long-hilted Lord Guan broadsword (<em>Guan dao,</em>), also called Spring-Autumn broadsword. Guan Yu (160-219 AD, also: Guan Gong, or Guan Di) is a legendary general who lived during China's period of the Three Kingdoms and who is frequently portrayed as a master of this weapon. Mastering the Guan Dao requires considerable strength and therefore, as opposed to the lighter weapons as the sabre or the straight sword, is a weapon for fairly advanced students. As it is a long weapon, students would also first try to master the rod (<em>gun</em>) or the spear (<em>qiang</em>) before they move on to this heavy weapon. See also <em><a href="material.htm#weapons"> Ancient Chinese Weapons</a></em> by Yang Jwing-Ming (Yang Junmin) for more on traditional weapons. </Blockquote> <hr align="center" width=75%> <hr align="center" width=90%> <a href="#top">Back to top</a> <a href="#terms">Back to terms</a> <a href="#movements">Back to movements</a> <a href="#titles">Back to titles</a> <a href="index.htm">Home</a> <a href="web.htm">Web sources</a> <a href="videos.htm">Videos</a> <a href="streams.htm">Streams</a> <a href="material.htm">Other material</a> <a href="glossary.htm">Glossary</a> <a href="conduct.htm">Conduct</a> <a href="lineage.htm">Lineage</a> <p> <hr align="center" width=90%> <center>Copyright (All Rights Reserved) 1998-2018 by Christoph David Weinmann.<p></center> Visits since 1999-08-01: <p> <!-- Site Meter --> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://s21.sitemeter.com/js/counter.js?site=notepadmeter"> </script> <noscript> <a href="http://s21.sitemeter.com/stats.asp?site=notepadmeter" target="_top"> <img src="http://s21.sitemeter.com/meter.asp?site=notepadmeter" alt="Site Meter" border="0"/></a> </noscript> <!-- Copyright (c)2006 Site Meter --> <p> </BODY> </html>
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