Wu Style Yang Lu-chan's two sons carried on his brand of t'ai chi ch'uan. One of them, Yang Pan-hou, taught a modified small-frame style. He is also reported to have taught a watered-down form to the Imperial family and still another form to his towns-people. Several versions of t'ai chi are now attributed to Yang Pan-hou. The most famous is the other Wu style or "Medium Frame" form of Wu Jian-chuan (Wu Jianquan) (1870 - 1942) and another is Kuang Ping style (described later). Yang taught Wu Chuan-yu, who taught his son, Wu Jian-chuan. This style is called the "New Wu style" by some, and is distinct from the Wu style of Wu Yu-hsiang.
Wu Kung Yee
Wu Tai Kwai
Wong Choo Yam
The knowledge accumulated from all the above Sifu had help us revived the lost arts. We're also included the 108 movement of Tai Chi Jian and Dao to our current curiculum.