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Ziranmen and the Taoist Internal Fighting Arts
by Alex Kozma
Paperback, 216 pp
Publisher - Biddles Ltd., 2008
English

For the first time in the English language comes a book presenting the heritage and skills of Ziranmen, the Taoist Natural Boxing System. Famous Grandmaster Wan Laisheng and his lineage disciples reveal the depths and training methods of this highly effective martial art. The author also introduces the Neigong (inner force) core principles and practices of the other Taoist fighting arts - Bagua, Xingyi and Taijiquan. This series of books comes out of twenty years full time research and practice by the author.

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Esoteric Warriors
by Alex Kozma
Paperback, 120 pp
Publisher - Paul Crompton Ltd., 1999
English
ISBN: 1874250952

Kozma relates his strange encounters with unusual martial arts masters from China, Tibet and South East Asia. He tells of the methods of the Masters, their philosophies and life stories. Subjects include the Natural Boxing of Dr. Serge Augier; the Taoist arts of Bruce Kumar Frantzis, the Phoenix Eye Fist of Pentjak Silat and many more.
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Chinese Martial Arts Training Manuals:
A Historical Survey

by Brian Kennedy and Elizabeth Guo
Paperback, 328 pp.
Publisher - North Atlantic Books, 2005
English
ISBN: 1556435576

Chinese martial arts masters of the past wrote "secret training manuals" as well as training manuals available to the general public, sometimes appearing themselves in the illustrations. These manuals are an invaluable source of information about China's martial arts past and the photographs and drawing which many of them contain provide a glimpse back in time to how Chinese martial arts was actually practiced by the masters of the past. This book introduces the rich literary and pictoral legacy of Chinese Martial Arts Training Manuals for the first time to the west.
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Martial Arts of China Magazine
The Natural School
by Roger D. Hagood
Page 30
China Direct Publishing
Spring 1991
English

A special issue of Martial Arts of China Magazine regarding Grandmasters and their schools with a section of four articles about Ziranmen.
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Martial Arts of China Magazine
Du Xinwu: A Legendary Wushu Hero (Part 1)
translated by Yang Wanhua
Page 395
China Direct Publishing
Vol 1, No 9
English

Article about Master Du Xinwu's life.
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Martial Arts of China Magazine
Du Xinwu: A Legendary Wushu Hero (Part 2)
translated by Yang Wanhua
Page 28
China Direct Publishing
Vol 2, No 1
English

Article about Master Du Xinwu's life.
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Martial Arts of China Magazine
Du Xinwu: A Legendary Wushu Hero (Part 3)
translated by Yang Wanhua
Page 28
China Direct Publishing
Vol 2, No 2
English

Article about Master Du Xinwu's life
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Inside Kung Fu Magazine
Wan Laisheng: China's Living Martial Arts Legend
by Nan Lu as told by Bob Feldman
Page 67
Published by CFW Enterprises
July 1981
Englis
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Introduction to Ziranmen and its history.
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Kungfu Taichi Magazine
Neiba Tui and Waiba Tui Leg Techniques
by Feng Wu translated by Chen Peng Cheng
Page 54
Pacific Rim Publishing
May/June 2003
English

Article about Ziranmens Luohan Shenda (Arhat Spirit Boxing) by Grandmaster Lu Yaoqins student Feng Wu (Rudy Ibarra's older Kungfu brother). Introduction to the first two series of Eight Inner Leg techniques and Eight Outer Leg techniques.
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Kungfu Taichi Magazine
Ziranmen Wu Gong - Natural Gate Wushu
by Liu Deming
Page 10
Pacific Rim Publishing
Jan/Feb 2006
English

Introduction to Ziranmen article from Australias Liu Deming, disciple of Master Hong Zhengfu who was a disciple of Grandmaster Wan Laisheng.
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Kungfu Taichi Magazine
The Natural
by Chen Peng Cheng
Page 16
Pacific Rim Publishing
Sep/Oct 2005
English

Interview with Ziranmen Master Lin Qingsong, disciple of Wan Laisheng.
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Kungfu Taichi Magazine
Ziranmen Kungfu
by Liu Deming
Page 24
Pacific Rim Publishing
Mar/Apr 2007
English

Second article from Australias Liu Deming, disciple of Master Hong Zhengfu who was a disciple of Grandmaster Wan Laisheng.

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