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Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan

Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan with his student

Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan with his student

Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan with his student

Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan with his student

Grand Master Wu Chien Chuan with his student

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David Robert

Chief Instructor at the Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy, Toronto, Canada


I started training with Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu in 1986, after a number of years in hard style. When I first visited his club I was struck by the depth of knowledge in Wu Style, and the sincerity and openness of the Master Wu.


I started teaching a few years later and have been teaching continually since then. Instruction sharpens your understanding and forces you to question your knowledge. And when I don’t know the answers to those questions Gate Keeper (Grand Master Eddie Wu) can point the way. I have taught many forms and techniques across the breadth of Wu Style, but the heart of the discipline is the standard form and push hands. The standard form is a treasure box of jewels to work on and make your own. And push hands is the gateway to using that knowledge in your interaction with others.


I have found this knowledge to be invaluable in my life. Not just in martial arts, but in mental and physical health, and in finding a balance. I hope to pass on this knowledge so that others can benefit from it as well.


A few markers along the way:

  • Winner of metals in hard-style and kick-boxing tournaments as a Tai Chi Chuan practitioner, including the North American and Pan-Am championships
  • Metals in many Tai Chi Chuan Tournaments, including officiating as forms judge and chief push hands official
  • Grand Champion of the Wu Style International Tournament for two consecutive terms
  • Senior Disciple of Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu
Full Name: David Robert       
City: Toronto       
Province: Ontario       
Country: Canada       
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Disciple of: Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu    
Discipleship year: 1990    
Disciple Status: Teaching Disciple 
School: Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy, Toronto           
Profession: Software Architect