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Tai Chi Books & Professor Cheng
These books include  some more advanced texts and other books of interest with
regard to the Cheng Man-Ching lineage.  Most of these books can be found on-line.
Cheng Tzu's Thirteen Treatises on T'ai Chi Ch'uan
by Cheng Man Ch'ing
Benjamin Pang Jeng Lo & Martin Inn (Translators)

This book includes Professor Cheng's Thirteen Treatises on taijiquan
as well as written instructions and pictures of each posture in
Professor's form and  information on push hands.  Translation by
Professor's senior student, Ben Lo.  A valuable text.

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Cheng Tzu's Thirteen Treatises on T'ai Chi Ch'uan
TAI CHI CHUAN: A Simplified Method of Calisthenics
For Health and Self-Defense
by Cheng Man-Ch'ing

An excellent book for beginners and more advanced students, alike.  
Information on tai chi practice and pictures of all of the postures with
written instructions and foot diagrams for Professor Cheng's form.  
Must order from Shr-Jung School in Taiwan.  English edition.

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Tai Chi Chuan: A Simplified Method
Cheng Man-Ch'ing's Advanced T'ai Chi Form Instructions
by Cheng, Man-Ch'ing
Douglas Wile (Translator)

A good resource with more useful information on each posture of the
Cheng Man-Ching form, along with selected essays by Professor
Cheng on tai chi practice, da-lu and push-hands.  

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Cheng Man-Ch'ing's Advanced T'ai Chi Form Instructions
Master Cheng's Thirteen Treatises
by Cheng, Man-Ch'ing
Douglas Wile (Translator)

This translation of Professor Cheng's Thirteen Treatises does not
include pictures and instructions on Professor's form.

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Master Cheng's Thirteen Treatises
Zheng Manqing's Uncollected Writings on Taijiqiuan,
Qigong, and Health with New Biographical Notes
by Douglas Wile
(author & translator)

Interesting commentary and numerous writing by Professor Cheng
that were previously unavailable in English.

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Zheng Man-ch'ing's Uncollected Writings
LAO-TZU: "My words are very easy to understand."
by Cheng, Man-ch'ing

Professor Cheng's translation of the classic Lao Tzu Tao Te  Ching
with Professor's commentary and his original Chinese calligraphy of
the entire work.  A wonderful volume on Taoist Philosophy.

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Lao-Tzu: My words are very easy to understand
Master of the Five Excellences
by Cheng Man-ch'ing
(translated by Mark Hennessy)

Professor Cheng was known as a master of the Five Excellences,
Calligraphy, Poetry, Painting, Medicine, and T'ai Chi.  This volume
contains his essays on each of these five arts, as well as his
commentary on philosophy, including the I-Ching, Lao-Tzu, and
Confucius.

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Master of the Five Excellences
There Are No Secrets:
Professor Cheng Man-ch'ing and his Tai Chi Chuan
by Wolfe Lowenthal

Wolfe Lowenthal was a student of Professor Cheng.  In this wonderful
book, he describes his experiences as a student of the Professor and
shares his insights on Professor's teachings.  This is the first of his
three books on these experiences.  Highly recommended.

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There Are No Secrets
Essays on Man and Culture
by Cheng Man-ch'ing
(translated by Mark Hennessy)

Professor Cheng's essays and commentary on a wide range of issues
of ethics and philosophy discussed in classic Chinese texts.

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Essays on Man and Culture
Searching for the Way
by Nigel Sutton

An interesting account of Tai Chi Master Nigel Sutton's journey as a
tai chi student in the Cheng Man-ch'ing lineage in Malaysia.  An
enjoyable read filled with insights on tai chi and martial arts study.  
Sutton has also authored other books on the Cheng Man-ch'ing form
and tai chi practice.  His "
Applied Tai Chi Chuan" is filled with useful
information.

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Searching for the Way
"Sink the ch'i to the tan t'ien and keep it there with the mind."
Professor Cheng from his
Thirteen Treatises