Jennifer Chung

I have memories of tai chi from a young age, watching my father practise sword, knife and tai chi chuan. Being so young at the time, I did not take much interest. However, at the end of 2009, shortly after my mother passed away, I suddenly felt a desire to learn tai chi. Joining Wu’s Tai Chi Chuan Academy, I discovered that this was in fact where my father had himself practised tai chi. It was an unexpected link to the past which immediately bonded me to the academy.

 

My passion for tai chi chuan was ignited by those who taught me in the Academy. Master Wu Hsia Fung taught me the original Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan form and sword. Many tai chi senior disciples guided and taught me. Gatekeeper Wu Kwong Yu gave in depth teachings every class. While I have learnt so much, I realise that my understanding of tai chi has only just begun.

 

In 2013, I was accepted as a disciple of Gatekeeper Wu Kwong Yu. Given this honour, I will continue to practise and pass on the knowledge of Wu Style Tai Chi.

 

 
Name:Jennifer Chung
City: Hong Kong
Country: Hong Kong
Disciple of: Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu
Disciple year: 2013
Certification date: December 19,  2016
Certification School: Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy, Hong Kong
Certification level or Subject: Intermediate Level