Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Postby T » Mon Sep 20, 2010 4:27 pm

I recommend

Tung Ying Chieh's Red book, Chinese Version

The English version has some translation errors, a couple rather major.
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Re: Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Postby Louis Swaim » Mon Sep 20, 2010 6:32 pm

Greetings T,

What's the simplest way of acquiring Dong's book? I pursued this a few years back, without success.

Take care,
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Re: Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Postby BBTrip » Wed Sep 29, 2010 8:30 pm

Hello Louis,
I saw your question,

What's the simplest way of acquiring Dong's book? I pursued this a few years back, without success.


If you haven't gotten a copy yet, I have a couple of suggestions.
The first is Chip Ellis's website. He seems to offer a way to purchase the book.

http://www.chipellis.com/Store/taiji_store.htm

The second is Alex Dong's website.

http://www.alexdongtaiji.com/store/

He sells the English version. If you want the Chinese version I'd hope that a short email to Alex would help you get your hands on the Red Book.

In addition, you may want to look into getting the smaller Red Book, which focuses on demonstrating applications.
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Re: Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Postby BBTrip » Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:31 pm

Hey Louis,
I'm curious if you gotten your hands on the Red Book yet.
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Re: Tung Ying Chieh's Red book

Postby T » Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:04 pm

Louis Swaim wrote:Greetings T,

What's the simplest way of acquiring Dong's book? I pursued this a few years back, without success.

Take care,
Louis


Sorry Louis I forgot about this thread

The last I knew Alex Dong had the red book for sale and he has Chinese and English but the last time I checked, and this was a while ago, he was out of the english version but I see you already got an answer. I have recently found parts of it is also on Chip Ellis' website too http://www.chipellis.com/index2.htm
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