Master T.T Liang (1900-2002)

Master Liang started his martial art career in High School in Tientsin where his physical education teacher was the famous Huang Han Hsun, a Master of Praying Mantis boxing. In 1933, whilst attending a British Maritime Customs service training seminar in Beijing, he was able to study Tui Shou (Pushing Hands) with Yang Cheng Fu (1883–1936), a member of the original Tai Chi Yang family, who also taught Cheng Man Ch'ing. Liang was able to study with him for a couple of weeks but did not name him formally as one of his teachers. After a period of serious illness in Shanghai in 1946, Liang began to study Tai Chi Chuan with various students of Cheng Man Ch'ing, and began formal training with Cheng himself in 1947. He became Cheng's Ta Shih Hsiung (N1 Chief Disciple). Master Liang died in 2002 at the age of 102. (via)

Biography: About Master T.T. Liang - by Sanctuary of Tao

Master T.T Liang (1900-2002) - Yang style Tai Chi, 150 postures full routine

Master T.T. Liang Interview

Book: T. T. Liang's Tai Chi Chuan: The Tai Chi Solo Form with Rhythm - by Jonathan Russell

TT Liang Solo form - Performed by Jonathan Russell

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