Su Hua Xiang is currently the incumbent Vice Chairman and Executive Vice secretary of the Guangzhou Tai Ji Association. Honorary President of Healthy Is Success Business Club. He is a first grade of National Social Sports Consultant who has six grade of Wu Shu, Chen Style Tai Ji six grade and two grade judge of Wu Shu, He is an official Head of the Zhong Hua Piazza coaching in Guangzhou, coach of Tai Ji Quan Association in Shanghai and an instructor of Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan. He is also the Bei Jing Hua Xia Tai Ji Association.

Born in 1953, he started training in Nan Quan, Chang Quang, and Yong Chun when he was young. In 1976 he learned the national new organized various sets of Taiji quan and sword in Guangzhou gymnasium. In 1978, he became a Taiji coach in Guangzhou Gymnasium Coaching Center. From 1980¡¯S, he had learned the several sets of traditional Taiji Quan and Wu Dang Quang from Wan Wen De, Yang Zhen Duo, Ma Yue Liang, Wu Ying Hua, Sun Jian Yun, Lei Meng Ni, Ma Hong, Fu Yong Hui, Deng Jing Tao and Chen Pan Lin. All of them are famous and generation of Taiji and Wu Dang. He special in Chen Style Tai Ji Quan and Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan. He is the 11th generous of Chen Style Taiji Master Wan Wen De¡¯s disciple, who lives in Shang Hai. Su Hua Xiang is the 12th generation of Chen Style Tai JI Quan. (Master Wan Wen De follow Master Chen Zhao Kui and Feng Zhi Qiang learnED the Chen Style Tai Ji and Pushing Hand, and also learned Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan with Master Li Dao Li. Through learning with these three master, Wan Wen De gain their precious experience )

Master Su has been teaching Tai Ji Quan since 1978 year, over 33 years. He continues to train hard and advance his skills in Tai Ji Quan. He has been invited by Tai Ji Quan associations, companies, schools, and nursing homes to promote and teach the Tai Ji. He has also set up a number of Tai Ji Quan training centers.

Master Su has been invited to teach Tai Ji Chuan, Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan and Qi Gong for health by Kolibri Seminare and TAO - Schule fuer Taichi Qi Gong in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, and other countries in Europe. He has been in Europe for spring and summer seminars every year since 1994. In Germany, he has authored books and produced videos on Chen Style Tai Ji Quan 38 movement form and Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan. Each year, he welcomes students from America, Germany, Sweden, England, France, Iran, Dubai,Austria, Thailand, Australia, Japan and Singapore to learn Tai Ji Quan and Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan in Guangzhou. He has trained many local and foreign Tai Ji Quan teachers and is well known internationally as a talented teacher of TaI Ji. He was recently invited to give a demonstration by the Hong Kong Chen Style Tai Ji Quan Research Association.

Su Hua Xiang has won many awards during his long career teaching Tai Chi Chuan including:

  • Took first place in Guangzhou City's annual Tai Ji Competition in 1982.
  • Took second place in Guangdong province annual Tai Ji Competition in 1988.
  • Became a member of the 21st century hard fist and soft fist in northern and southern styles Wu Shu talent pool in 2001
  • Mentioned in China Tai Ji personalities in 2002
  • Made an honorary vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Pei Xin Tai Ji Institute, and honorary chairman of Hong Kong Chen Style Tai Ji Chuan Research Institute in 2005.
  • Listed in Modern Chinese Wu Shu Elite Directory in 2006
  • Listed in the Famous Masters of Modern Chinese Traditional Wu Shu Directory in 2008
  • Listed in the Famous Masters of Tai Ji Chuan Directory in 2008
  • Took first place in Shanghai Tai Ji Association competition in 2008.
  • His article "How To Practice Chen Style Tai Ji Well" won second place in the National Tai Ji Quan and Weapon and Health Academic forum in 2009
  • The article "Tai Ji Quan in Europe" and "Spreading The Liu He Ba Fa Quan To Europe" was separately published on magazine "Shang Hai Wu Shu" on 01 year the first term and 06 year the fourth term.


Su Jian Ming is an accomplished practitioner of Wu Shu and Tai Chi Chuan, and is a member of Chinese Wushu Association and the member of the Guangdong Wu Shu Association and the Guangzhou Tai Chi Association, also is one of member of supervisory board for the Guangzhou Tai Chi Association. He holds a fourth-grade qualification in Wu Shu,Chen Style Tai Ji five grade and who has been certified as an instructor of Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan by the Shanghai Chen Style Tai Ji Asscoation and is a 13th generation lineage holder of Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan.

At the age of ten years old he started learning Wu Shu from his father, Su Hua Xiang, and continues to study Chen and Yang style Tai Chi from him. Su Jian Ming has also studied Chen Style Tai Chi from Wan Wen De, the 11th generation Chen Tai Chi master from Shanghai. He is skilled in many Chinese martial arts forms, including; Young Five-step boxing, Primary Changquan, Traditional Chen Style Taiji Quan Yi Lu and Er Lu, Tai Ji Sword, Chen Style Competition Routine, Push Hands, Chan Si Gong, Peking Tai Chi Chuan 42 form, Tai Chi Sword, Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan and cudgel forms.

Since 2004, Su Jian Ming has been helping his father teach Tai Chi to students of all nationalities and has many of his own students, both foreigners and Chinese. He holds a bachelor¡¯s degree in Business English and his fluency in the language is a great help for foreign students trying to understand the subtleties of his father¡¯s teaching.

Su Jian Ming has won a number of awards in the last few years, including:

  • Took the first prize in the Tai Ji Quan division at Guangdong PE Association Martial Arts Festival in June, 2005.
  • First prize in the Guangzhou City Tai Ji Competition.
  • Second prize in Chen Style Traditional Routine in Traditional Wu Shu Championships in August, 2004.


Tan Li Li is a director of the Guangzhou Tai ji Boxing Association and coach of the Guangzhou Zhong Hua Plaza Tai Ji Training Center. She also is a member of Chinese Wushu Association and the member of Guang Dong province Wu Shu Association, a coach of the Shang Hai Chen Style Tai Ji Quan Assocation and a first class coach of Bei Jing Hua Xia Tai Ji Teacher's Association. Tan Li Li also holds a fifth level qualification in Wu Shu and own Chen Style Tai Ji six grade.

She learned all kinds of competitive Tai Ji forms since 1998. She became a 13th generation lineage holder after many years as Master Su Hua Xiang’s apprentice (Tu Di). Later she learned the traditional Chen Style Tai Ji Quan, Sword, Chan Si Gong, Pushing Hands and Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa Quan.

SNow she teaches Tai Ji Quan, Sword and Fans at Guangzhou Martyr¡¯s Park, Dong Feng Park and Zhu Jiang Park.

Tan Li Li has won a number of awards in the last few years, including:

  • First prize in Traditional Chen Style Tai Ji Quan at Guangdong Province Tradtional Wu Shu Competition in May, 2005.
  • First prize in Chen Style Tai Ji Quan at Guangzhou Tai Ji Quan, Sword and Fans Show in June, 2006.
  • Second prize in 32 movement Tai Ji Sword at Guangdong Province Tradtional Wu Shu Competition in August, 2007
  • First prize in Chen Style Tai Ji Quan at Guangzhou Tai Ji Quan, Sword and Fans Show in August, 2008
  • First prize of Chen Style Tai Ji Quan at Guangzhou Tai Ji Quan, Sword and Fans Show in August, 2009


Mr. Eliot Cline has studied Tai Chi Chuan since 1981. Firstly Yang Style Tai Chi in California, USA with Gavin Cheng. He studied the Taiwanese Chen Style in the late 1980's with Master Tu Zong-ren, in Taipei, Taiwan, and Yang Style Tai Chi with various disciples of Tung Ying Jie in Bangkok, Thailand.

He first studied with Master Su Hua Xiang in 2002 and has travelled to China numerous times since to continue his study of traditional Chen Style Tai Chi. He was formally accepted as Su Hua Xiang's disciple in April, 2011 and included in the Chen Tai Chi lineage (13th generation) in 2012. Mr. Cline now devotes all his energies to improving his Chen Style Tai Chi.

Mr. Cline lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand where he works as a software engineer. He teaches Tai Chi to beginning and intermediate level students at the Suan Non Sri housing estate a few kilometers from the city center.

Mr. Cline teaches
  • Yang style 8 movement form
  • Chen style 13 movement short form
  • Chen style Yi Lu 83 movement form
  • Chan Si Gong (Silk Reeling) exercises
  • Basic pushing hands (Tui Shou) drills
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