Truly worthy of the title, Masters Qu & Wang have each trained from childhood in a litany of authentic internal, semi-internal and external styles of kung fu. Master Qu’s inclination towards the internal is perfectly balanced by Master Wang’s external leanings.
Master Qu (曲培文) began to learn Shaolinquan at age 9 and Gong style Baguazhang at 11. He then studied Tanglangquan under 5th generation Master Xu Wanlong and was accepted as his 6th closed-door disciple, learning the style’s full empty-hand and weapons curriculum, particularly excelling in the double-hand straight sword. He later spent many years studying other kung fu styles including Xingyiquan, Taijiquan and Yiquan, visiting and crossing hands with famous martial artists throughout mainland China, and subsequently incorporated many elements from other styles in Taiji Meihua Shuaishou Tanglangquan. (太极梅花摔手螳螂拳) his own distinctive style.
A traditional martial arts teacher from age 25, Master Qu can instinctively adapt and tailor lessons to students’ physiques, temperaments and abilities. While he has taken many of his students to success in competitions, he is equally proud of the health improvements many of his students have experienced under his tutelage. A director of the Yantai Martial Arts Association, he is President of the Taiji Meihua Shuaishou Tanglangquan Research Association, and holds high level certification in Chinese Martial Arts. And Martial Arts instruction,
 
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Master Wang (王健桥), born in 1970, started martial arts at age 8, beginning with Shaolin styles. Clearly talented, he was accepted as a student by a famous Shaolin master, studying Baguazhang, Taijiquan, various types of qigong, Shuaijiao, and Sanda in parallel. Later he studied with a famous mantis master, gaining exposure to shuaishou, plum blossom mantis, and seven-star varieties of Tanglangquan. A former special-ops soldier in China’s People’s Liberation Army (中国人民解放军), there can be no doubt that he knows how to apply his many skills in life-or-death situations.
Here’s his personal biography:
My name’s Wang Jianqiao. I’m 46 years old. I started to learn martial arts around 8 years old. At the beginning, I know nothing about martial arts. After practicing some basics with local martial artists, I learned some forms, meanwhile, I have also learned some knowledge of martial arts. Gradually I how complicated and comprehensive Chinese martial arts are and anyone can’t become a martial artist within one day or one night. You need to persevere with practice. After I’ve practiced martial arts around 10 years, I can say that I’ve made some achievements in martial arts, but it’s far from enough. Later on I joined the army. During the period of military service, I formally acknowledge a local Grand martial artist as my master because of my obsession and love of martial arts. The master is a low profile who is also obsessed with martial arts for his entire life. He’s also like a treasure box of Chinese traditional martial arts: Taichi, Xingyi, Shaolin, Wingchun, Praying mantis, Tongbei, Baji and all different kinds of weapons. Especially iron palm, plum blossom step wrestling and application techniques are indestructible. Since then, I officially start to learn Chinese traditional martial arts. Chinese martial arts is a part of Chinese traditional culture. Chinese peopleSummarize and inheritance that through the real combat in the last few thousand years. Martial arts itself was built for keep fit, defending yourselves and develop intelligence. Practicing forms can make outside body strong. Standing posture and Qigong can improve the health of internal organs. Then it will improve the immunity. The illness only can be cured from inside. So does the martial arts. You can only reach a more advanced level by practicing the internal martial arts (neigong). That’s also why Chinese martial arts lay emphasis on both internal and external. I learned the hands movements, body movements, step movements, waist movements, sanda, wrestling movements, joint locks, strike movements( actually application), acupuncture point attacking., standing posture, Qigong and some other basics. Plus the shaolin 36 plum blossom form, shaolin tanglecontinuousstrikes, shaolin jingang (guardian) twelve kicks, silushashou( four different kind of hand movements, sha means killing in Chinese), internal martial arts seven styles exploding with power. Seven styles short strikes, plum blossom eighteen strikes, powerful guardian palm, cannon fist, Yangshi Taichi, Xingyi quan, Bugua, Wingchun, pi gua palm etc. Plus sword, straight sword, spear, staff all different kinds of weapons. But mainly application skill, wrestling skills and Qigong.
         My personal experience: When it come to the real combat, your opponent will be knocked out only by few actions, the thousands of skills or movements you practice at normal time is a preparing for few actions you could use in real combat. Practicing martial arts is about create good health and master the good techniques from martial arts which is collecting the strength from whole body use it on one point. It’s the hardest thing of martial arts. You need to keep working on it. No other secrets. The only secret is understanding and practicing.

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