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07-07-2001, 08:22 PM
i was wondering if anyone can tell me about this school, it's in shaolin and it's the one where Mr.Heming goes (you've probably seen him around on the net). has anyone here ever trained there and can anyone tell me of the authenticity of the kung fu they teach and the quality of the teachers and students.

can anyone also give me any info on master Shi Heng Jun, i know he's a 35th generation shaolin warrior monk and the head master of the Shaolin Secular Disciple's Union but can anyone give me any more than that?

this is a background check as i am hoping to go over and train with them so i would be grateful for any information anyone can give.

thanks in advance

"satisfaction loses,and humility gains"

07-08-2001, 08:45 AM

"satisfaction loses,and humility gains"

07-09-2001, 05:50 PM
oh yeah i forgot their website: http://www.shaolin1500.com

"satisfaction loses,and humility gains"

07-10-2001, 02:10 AM
Heming is on this forum, but he doesn't post all the time. Use the forum search function and you can find all his old posts and contact info.

Gene Ching
Asst. Publisher
Kungfu Qigong Magazine & www.KUNGFUmagazine.com (http://www.KUNGFUmagazine.com)

07-10-2001, 03:51 PM

I correspond with Heming from time to time. We met over the net at various Shaolin Kung Fu web sites. Yes, the kung fu taught there is authentic. Shi Heng Jun was my sifu's (Shi Xing Hao in Houston) master. Heming has sent me a video about the Secular Disciple's Union that I have shared with my sifu. On the video it showed some of the students training and they were GOOD.

I really think you should ask Heming yourself if you should have any questions or doubts. It would be the right thing to do. Hope this helps you.