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By Yang Jwing-Ming, Shou-Yu Liang

This revised edition features a entire remodel with an emphasis on reader usability and sleek chinese language typography.

Packed with over 9 hundred images, this accomplished textual content bargains conception, martial functions, sequences, Qigong workouts, weapon education, and is an vital source for these desirous about chinese language martial arts.
• Translation of historical Baguazhang documents
• Baguazhang Qigong
• uncomplicated Training
• physique Conditioning
• 8 hands series and combating set
• Swimming physique series and martial applications
• Bagua Deer Hook Sword series and martial functions

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You must develop a personality which other people can trust. For example, you should not make promises lightly, but if you have made a promise, you should fulfill it. Trust is the key to friendship, and the best way of earning respect. The trust of a friend is hard to gain, but easy to lose. Self-trust is the root of confidence. You must learn to build up your confidence and demonstrate it externally. Only then can you earn the trust and respect of others. ). When Emperor You attacked the kingdom of Bao (褒), he won a beautiful lady named Bao Shi.

His hands were numb and bleeding, his shoulders were sore, and he was always tired, but he persisted in working to finish ten baskets a day. After six months he found that his hands and shoulders were no longer in pain, and he could make ten baskets a day easily. By the end of three years, he could make twenty a day. He surely had achieved the last requirement of a good archer—strong and steady arms and shoulders. Hou, Yi finally realized that all his efforts for the last nine years had actually been the training for how to become a good archer.

Because nobody could see the real expression on his face, all the officials and people respected him, obeyed him, and feared him. This made it possible for him to rule the country efficiently and well. ” The king wanted to prove to his wife that it was he who really ruled the country, and not the mask, so he decided to take the mask off and let the officials see his real face. Without the mask, the officials were able to see the expression on his face and figure out what he was thinking. It wasn’t long before the officials weren’t afraid of him anymore.

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