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 Prof. Cheng continues on page 2 of Swaim'​s translation:​ Prof. Cheng continues on page 2 of Swaim'​s translation:​
  
-"In the spring of 1930, because of overwork while establishing the Chinese Academy of Literature and Arts (in Shanghai), I had reached the point of coughing up blood, so I resumed study and practice of taijiquan with my colleagues Xiao Zhongbo (Hsiao Chung-po) and [[Ye Daimi]] (Yeh Ta-mi)."​...+"In the spring of 1930, because of overwork while establishing the Chinese Academy of Literature and Arts (in Shanghai), I had reached the point of coughing up blood, so I resumed study and practice of taijiquan with my colleagues Xiao Zhongbo (Hsiao Chung-po) and [[Ye Dai-Mi|Ye Dami]] ([[Ye Dai-Mi|Yeh Ta-mi]])."...
  
 It is interesting that Prof. Cheng uses the term "​colleague"​ in referring Hsiao and Yeh. In the Chinese text Prof. Cheng uses "​t'​ung shih" (tongshi) which means something like a "​co-worker"​. This implies a most informal and somewhat equal relationship between Hsiao, Yeh and Prof. Cheng... It is interesting that Prof. Cheng uses the term "​colleague"​ in referring Hsiao and Yeh. In the Chinese text Prof. Cheng uses "​t'​ung shih" (tongshi) which means something like a "​co-worker"​. This implies a most informal and somewhat equal relationship between Hsiao, Yeh and Prof. Cheng...
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