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Senior Classmates Challenge Disciple’s Claim


On November 7, 2009, a meeting was held in Taichung, Taiwan of senior students of Wang Jyue Jen’s Lei Shung Wu Yuan School. All present had studied personally with Wang during the 1950s or 1960s. Several were known among their classmates as Wang Jyue Jen’s Disciples. At this meeting they signed the following statement challenging a claim which has been made loudly and repeatedly by one of their junior classmates, Huang Chien Liang of the USA.

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The Truth About Tien Shan Pai

To tell what is true is always respectful. In this spirit, I would like to talk about what has remained a "gray area" with respect to the history of our system, for too many years. What I say is based on personal knowledge, documentation and recollection.



T'ien Shan P'ai Grandmasters Reunion in Taiwan


In December of 2005, nineteen Grandmasters of T’ien Shan P’ai, all of whom were taught by Wang, Jyue Jen from the 1950s through the 1980s got together in Taichung, Taiwan. The occasion was the wedding reception of Grandmaster Willy Lin’s two sons, David and Dzuka, both of whom had recently married in the United States.


About Wang, Jyue Jen


Grandmaster Lin’s teacher, Wang, Jyue Jen was born in December of 1911, in the Hsi-Chuan Province of China. His father was a doctor of herbal medicine, and also a martial artist. Because Wang’s father was quite successful, the family lived well.



The Legend of Red Cloud (Hung Yun Szu)


Wang Jyue Jen always told his students that his system of T’ien Shan P’ai originated in the T’ien Shan Mountains of Xinjiang Province. This province is located in the far northwestern corner of Mainland China. Legend had it that, toward the end of the Ming Dynasty, a monk named Hung Yun Szu, or “Red Cloud,” was named boxing master of the Tien Shan Monastery.

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