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Master Ken Lo discuss the arduous physical training necessary to master the Wu Mei Style of Kung Fu. From S5:E5. (8:22)

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Sifu William C. Phillips discusses his early training with Prof. Cheng Man Ch'ing and the differences in martial training across the various generations. (5:22) From S1:E4.

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Master Ken Lo discusses the nature of spirituality and its relationship to the martial arts, the fine arts, meditation and tea. (5:20) From S5:E8

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Sensei Keigo Abe, 9th Dan in the Shotokan style of karate, explains the fundamental principles indispensable for making correct basic technique sufficiently powerful enough to stop an opponent dead in his tracks in this bonus footage from S5:E:10. (6:00)

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Teaching Tai Chi in Non-Traditional Settings. Beyond the local park or even the kung fu school, these teachers are taking tai chi to all new populations and venues. Sifu Marisa Coluccio, Sifu Raymond Yuen and Sifu Fred Mirer are profiled. (9:00)

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