Xue Sheng
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North American Tectonic Plate
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Xue Sheng

Sr. Grandmaster, from North American Tectonic Plate

Concerned May 6, 2018

Xue Sheng was last seen:
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    1. Jade Tigress
      Jade Tigress
      Hey Tim, Just wanted to say hi. So hi! :wavey: :D
    2. Nebuchadnezzar
      Came down with the flu last Monday. Allah willing, I'm back in class next Tuesday. Doing more Eagle Claw than Tai Chi but won't be giving it up as it's part of the training.
    3. Hagakure
      Meh, ok mate. I'll PM you. Owe you a reply anyway. :)
    4. Hagakure
      :D Yep. They sure are mate. How's yourself anyway?
    5. SFC JeffJ
      SFC JeffJ
      Watch out or I'll start a rant myself.
    6. SFC JeffJ
      SFC JeffJ
      I never said that about you. I was just commenting on how that was a minor rant.
    7. SFC JeffJ
      SFC JeffJ
      You can't lurk Xue. Who else rants like you do?
    8. SFC JeffJ
      SFC JeffJ
      I'm doing pretty good thanks. I've been around here but have just been lurking.

      How's things with you?
    9. SFC JeffJ
      SFC JeffJ
      2 cups semi sweet choc chips
      1/3 cup coffee liquor
      1 teaspoon vanilla extract
      1 16 oz block silken tofu
      1 tablespoon honey
      1 9 inch prepared choc wafer crust

      melt chips and liquor, add vanilla

      combine tofu, choc mix, honey in blender

      pour into crust and refigerate for 2 hours or untill the filling is set
    10. Tames D
      Tames D
      Just checkin in to see how my CMA brother is doing.
    11. Nebuchadnezzar
      Can you send me a link to the best Yang 24 video you have access to? I'm being given that form as an intro before moving on to Wu style.
    12. seasoned
      I value your input, and enjoy your posts with their sprinkle of humor. The lighter side of life is always good.
    13. Nebuchadnezzar
      A Chen said that Tai Chi as a martial art is dead? Which one?
    14. Nebuchadnezzar
      Oh I wasn't talking about Tai Chi, I was referring to the Northern Eagle Claw. I felt good after Tai Chi and slept VERY well that night. Ying Jow Pai is going to hurt. Tomorrow based on the schedule is a conditioning and flexibility day.

      I'm scared!!!! :uhyeah:

      I'll let you know how it goes.
    15. Nebuchadnezzar
      I start training Ying Jow Pai on Thursday. Second Wu Tai Chi will start soon. Here comes the pain. :mst:
    16. Xue Sheng
      Xue Sheng
      I use to do a Wu style form and I liked it, I learned it from my first sifu. But if I train Wu absolutely everything starts to look like Wu so I stopped training it. I believe the form I did was a competition form based on Northern Wu. I believe what Leung Shum teaches is Southern Wu which is what the Wu family (now based in Canada) teaches today. There is another Sifu in NYC that was certified to teach Wu by the Wu family, Jeffery To, but I know nothing about he is listed on the Wu family site.

      Not knowing Jeffery To and there is an allegedly Northern Wu style teacher in NYC as well, but I am not sure about that one to be honest. I would go with Sifu Leung

      I'll PM you more
    17. Nebuchadnezzar
    18. Nebuchadnezzar
      Yep, he's Eagle Claw. According to his bio, he got is Wu Style while at studying at Chin Woo in Hong Kong. I start on December 2nd.
    19. Nebuchadnezzar
      Circumstances have put me in the position of not training Hung Ga. Blame the evil NY MTA! I just signed up for Wu style Tai Chi at a school run by one of Sifu Leung Shum's authorized instructors here in Brooklyn. Back to moving slowly.
    20. Nebuchadnezzar
      Hey there! Hope all is well. Did you get anything from Beijing that is Olympics related?
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    North American Tectonic Plate
    time for a change
    Taijiquan: Yang, over 25 years

    Also trained Xingyiquan, some Chénshì Taijiquan, dabble in Yǒng Chūn, Wu Taijiquan and done a little Bāguàzhǎng, Sanda, a bit of Changquan and a tiny bit of Dachengquan/Yiquan, and a bit of JKD too


    - logical, reasoned thought - may have made life easier to live, it is the heart-mind that make it worth living
    - One of the last of the original Four Heroic Cynical Curmudgeons
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