Masters

On this page we will have pictures and information about the famous masters of the instructors at the Li Rong Wushu and Qigong Academy, including:

Wang Shu Tian was born in 1918 and is a graduate of the Nanking Central Martial Arts Institute (aka the prestigious Central Guoshu Institute). He was also a Professor of Wushu at the Chengdu Physical Education University and a committee member of the Chinese Wushu Association, Chairman of the Sichuan Wushu Association, as well as a head coach for the Sichuan Provincial Wushu School. He is famous for his Xing Yi Quan, Bagua Zhang, and Baji Quan and has written eight authoritative books about Wushu and was an advisor of the International Wushu Sanshou Dao Association. Sadly, he passed away in 2005.

Professor Men Hui Feng is one of the most accomplished and famous Wushu masters in the world. He is a university professor of Wushu to the University of Beijing and is named by the Chinese government as one of the top 10 practitioners in the world and is famous for creating the Sun Style Chinese National Competition Form, the 48 step combined taijiquan and the 42 step International Competition taijiquan form and taijijian (taiji sword) forms. In 1995, he was a guest of the Li Rong Wushu and Qigong Academy. To see Professor Men perform some internal martial arts demos, click here

Professor Kan Gui Xing is the wife of Men Hui Feng and is famous for creating one of the most popular forms of taijiquan, the Chen Style competition form. She was named by China as one of the current generation of Chen style taijiquan grandmasters (there were 6 masters named). She also had significant contribution to the composition of the recent forms created by Men Hui Feng.

Xia Baihua is the headmaster of the China Wushu Research Institute in Beijing. In 1997, he was a guest at the Li Rong Wushu and Qigong Academy.

Chen Xiao Wang

Shao Yun Po

Lan Xu Zhen

Zhao Due Da

Yang Zhen Duo

Nim Mei Gan

Zheng Huai Xian

Ho Fu Shan

coming soon!