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Selected websites from the first generation of Cheng Man-ching style:
http://www.37taichi.org.tw/Default_e.htm
An official website by Taipei Shr-Jung School---A Tai Chi Chuan study center founded by Professor Cheng Man-ching in 1949. It offers CMC’s biography, classes information and a good selection of books and DVDs. Contact them if you have a chance to stop by Taipei for practice.
 
www.williamccchen.com
By grand master William CC Chen in New York City.
 
www.patiencetaichi.com
By Bill Phillips who was a student of Professor Cheng’s New York school. It is a big site for lots of insights on "REAL" Tai Chi practice. Many valuable articles and discussions from various perspectives.
 
www.longrivertaichi.org
By Wolfe Lowenthal. Check out his books, videos and traveling workshops.
 
http://ahntaichi.com/taichi.html
By Master Don Ahn in New York City who have studied with Cheng Man-ching in 1970.
 
http://www.chuckrowtaichi.com
By Robert Chuckrow, PhD., based in Westchester, NY, a student of Prof. Cheng and author of three books on Tai Chi Chuan. This site has many eclectic Tai Chi articles and links to explore. You can also find several interesting articles on diet and nutrition. Bookmark this site as a reference.
 
Selected websites from the second generation of Cheng Man-ching style:
 
http://www.taichiberkeley.com
By Lenzie Williams in Berkeley California, who is a senior student of Mr. Lo.
 
www.taichihealth.com
By Tricia Yu in Madison, WI. Certified by Mr. Ben Lo and C.C. Chen.
 
www.judythweaver.com
A senior student of Mr.Lo in California who dedicated to CMC teaching for over 35 years.
 
www.centerstatestaichi.com
By Kim Kanzelberger in Kansas City, a senior student of Mr. Lo.
 
www.taichitaowestacademy.com
By Robert Goodwin whose main teacher is Mr. Lo but has studied from Mr. Robert W. Smith and Ms. Maggie Newman as well.
 
www.krapu4.com/taichi
By Tom Krapu of St. Lois, Missouri, a long time student of Mr. Lo. He is also hosting a global Tai Chi Forum---for CMC stylists only.
 
www.taichifoundation.org
The late Patrick Watson’s international school system.
 
www.singongtaichi.com
By master Yek Sing-ong in New Zealand, who was a top disciple of the late Huang Sheng-shyan (Huang, who passed away in 1992, was a well-known student of Cheng Man-ching in Malaysia).
 
www.taijiquan-school-of-central-equilibrium.com
By master Wee Kee-jing who also was a senior disciple of the late Huang Sheng-shyan in Malaysia, now stationed in New Zealand.
 
www.zhong-ding.com
A large site by Nigel Sutton's schools in England and Malaysia; many valuable articles and links, a good source of our sibling Tai Chi system.
 
Cheng Man-ching style related websites:
 
www.innerbalancetaichi.com/
Randy Atkins is a senior student at Wu Wei Tai Chi.  His website features some good student resources, including links to videos of Professor Cheng Man-Ching on YouTube, a good list of books on tai chi and other interal martial arts, and a page listing tai chi related event.
 
http://www.taichiunion.com/
The Tai Chi Union for Great Britain is the largest collective of independent Tai Chi Chuan Instructors in the British Isles.
 
http://www.centrotaichichuan.it/indexb.htm
A CMC’s lineage in Milan, Italy.
 
http://www.wuli-schule.de/taichi/index.htm
A CMC style branch in Berlin, Germany.
 
Other interesting sources:
 
www.yangfamilytaichi.com
An official site for Yang Family traditional style Tai Chi Chuan; featuring Yang Cheng-fu’s son---Yang Zhen-dou’s teaching. Some valuable information in the Discussion department. A good source of our mother system.
 
http://www.peacefuldragonschool.com/forms.cfm
An interesting "animation" of Chen Wei-Ming's classic Tai Chi postures. Chen, who was one of the most senior disciples of Yang Cheng-Fu in the 30's.
 
www.dongtaichi.com
A rich website of Dong Style Taijiquan which was passed down by the late grandmaster Dong Yin-Chieh. Dong was one of the most senior disciples of Yang Cheng-Fu in the 30's.
 
www.ChipEllis.com
Mr. Ellis is one of very few westerner disciples of the late grandmaster Tung Hu-ling. Hs is very generous to share large amount of precious photos and films of the legendary Tung family, especially the video clips of Tung's pushing-hand demonstration provide much of inspiration to our practice.
http://www.chipellis.com/videos/videos.htm
 
scheele.org/lee/tcclinks.html
By Lee Scheele who has over 30 years of dedication in serving the Tai Chi community; this is a massive website for the directory of major schools and links worldwide.
 
itcca.org
By grand master Chu King Hung in Vienna, Austria. Download the short films of his Qi-Power demonstrations. They are fun to watch!"
 
http://www.aymta.org/index.html
An official website of American Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan Association. Featuring Wang Yen-Nien’s lineage passed down by Yang Chen-fu’s father.
 
www.taijiquanjournal.com
By Barbara Davis of Great River Taijiquan school in Minneapolis. A wonderful magazine for your internal cultivation.
 
www.DavidChenArt.com
This is my profession---Commercial Art; welcome to visit my art gallery and bookmark it for your future reference.

Tai Chi Links in Chinese:
www.37taichi.org.tw
By Mr. Hsu Yi-chung of the Taipei Shr-Jung School. It features the original CMC’s biography, conpetent instructors, classes, and books/DVDs. Contact them if you have a chance to stop by Taipei for practice.
 
http://www.ct-taichi.org.tw
By grandmaster Ju Hon-Bing of Kaoshiung--Southern Taiwan.
 
www.lionbooks.com.tw
This publishing company carries a lot of Chinese martial art books; many are the photocopies of the out-of-print materials, a good store to shop for your next collection.