Yuen Wai Keung

Some ten years ago, I attended Tai Chi Chuan classes for a few months at the Hong Kong Wu’s Tai Chi Chuan Academy, Island Branch, for health promotion reasons. Thereafter, I continued to practise the Tai Chi Chuan form on my own but did not make much progress. After retirement, I determined to start afresh and pledged to learn the form more seriously. In 2005, I picked up the news that Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu had succeeded as the Gate Keeper of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. In November that year, I enrolled in one of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan 108 Standard Form classes. Thanks to the conscientious and patient instruction of Wu Hsia Fung Si Kuo Tze and Chan Pui Wah Si Suk Gong, I have gained a better understanding of the form and rectified some of my incorrect postures. In 2007, I was honoured to be accepted as the 14th disciple of the Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu in Hong Kong.

With an increasing knowledge of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan, I am mesmerized by the immense breadth and depth of the art. Now, I am convinced that Tai Chi Chuan will not only bring good health but it is a form of martial art. Given the present opportunity to receive comprehensive training under Grand Master Wu, I will exert my best to enhance my skills and at the same time to help the Academy in the promotion of Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan.



Name: Yuen Wai Keung
Chinese Name: 袁偉強
City: Hong Kong
Country: Hong Kong
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Website URL: www.wustyle.com.hk
Disciple of: Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu
Disciple year: 2007
Certification Date: January 2012
Certification level: Advanced Level
Certification School:Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy, Hong Kong