William C.C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan
William C. C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan


    

William C. C. Chen

  1 East 28th Street - 7th fl. (Buzzer #11)  New York, NY 10016  USA 
(corner of 5th Avenue)
 
( 212 675-2816    email:  WmCCChen@aol.com

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William Chi-Cheng Chen

William C. C. Chen was born in Chekiang, China. He started teaching Tai Chi Chuan at the beginning of the 1950s while training as a live-in student of the famous Great-Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching who preferred to be called Professor Cheng.  Besides being the youngest of Professor Cheng's senior student, he was also a favorite disciple.   In the 1950s he was involved competitively in the various free-style, Chinese Wushu. In 1958,  he won second place in the Taiwan National Olympic  Competition.

Grandmaster William C. C. Chen has devoted his life to the study of body mechanics and the effects of Tai Chi Chuan for art of self-defense as well as on physical health, and to the application of the principles of Tai Chi Chuan. His approach is to make Tai Chi Chuan simple, easier, natural, enjoyable and productive.

He has been a teacher since 1952 in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Hawaii and the U.S. West Coast. In 1965, he established the William C. C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan in New York City's Chelsea area. He is invited to give special seminars on his Body Mechanics of Tai Chi Chuan on a regular basis in Asia, southeast Asia, Europe and throughout the United States.

Regarded as one of  the finest and most influential traditional internal stylist of his generation, William C. C. Chen is IKF's choice for "Man of the Year" Inside Kung-Fu's first  HALL of FAME of the millennium.

William C. C. Chen and Tai Chi Chuan appeared on Cable TV's "The Learning Channel" on July 7th 2000 and then several times again in 2001 and 2002.


  

  
 
  
 
 


 
 


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