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    Jake Burroughs Article

    Tonight I picked jup the November/December 2012 issue of KUNG FU TAI CHI magazine. In it was a very good article by Jake Burroughs on Six Harmony Mantis.

    The article was very informative. I think it is the best of Jake's writings so far.

    Check it out!

    Recently, I was watching some of my more advanced kung fu brothers at the Wu Tan playing the Liu He Tanglangquan set, Duan Chui (short strikes). It is a very interesting form and I look forward to learning it someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooyingmantis View Post
    Tonight I picked jup the November/December 2012 issue of KUNG FU TAI CHI magazine. In it was a very good article by Jake Burroughs on Six Harmony Mantis.

    The article was very informative. I think it is the best of Jake's writings so far.

    Check it out!

    Recently, I was watching some of my more advanced kung fu brothers at the Wu Tan playing the Liu He Tanglangquan set, Duan Chui (short strikes). It is a very interesting form and I look forward to learning it someday.
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    Jake also has a new article (on Chinese grappling)coming out soon in the book which is the finale issue of The Journal of Asian Martial Arts

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    Glad you liked that.

    Jake is bringing some fine contributions to our magazine. It's always a pleasure working with him and a delight to showcase his research.

    BTW, for the record, here's the ND2012 thread. Six Harmonies Praying Mantis Boxing Fighting Theory By Jake Burroughs
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