Latest translation from Paul Brennan: 1936 book

Latest translation from Paul Brennan: 1936 book

Postby Louis Swaim » Mon Jun 02, 2014 3:00 pm

Greetings all,

There are some real gems in this 1936 publication: http://brennantranslation.wordpress.com ... g-yuanxiu/

I was interested to see, for example, that one of the contributors was Tan Mengxian, who is identified in T'ai-chi Touchstones as the source of the "Songs of the Eight Ways" (Wile, p. 28 ff.). I've never had luck finding much out about him, but it's revealed in here that he was a student of Yang Shaohou.

Check it out!

--Louis
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Re: Latest translation from Paul Brennan: 1936 book

Postby Audi » Sat Jun 14, 2014 8:02 pm

Hi Louis,

I just had a chance to skim through this. Thanks for posting.

There are indeed "many gems." There is almost something for everybody. I even like many of the comments in the preface and in the letters. Was there something particularly that caught your attention?

Take carry
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