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 The art was not passed down in any exact format from generation to generation. Instead, the basic skills and method of training was changed in order to fit the times and the people who learned it. Thus, at different points in time different forms or styles appear to emerge. However, it is important to understand that we are discussing the same basic art. This art is loosely classified as "Chen Style" because it follows the traditions of the Chen Family and that the Chen Family was responsible for holding this lineage. The art was not passed down in any exact format from generation to generation. Instead, the basic skills and method of training was changed in order to fit the times and the people who learned it. Thus, at different points in time different forms or styles appear to emerge. However, it is important to understand that we are discussing the same basic art. This art is loosely classified as "Chen Style" because it follows the traditions of the Chen Family and that the Chen Family was responsible for holding this lineage.
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 == Notable Chen Players == Notable Chen Players
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 === Chen Qing-Ping === Chen Qing-Ping
-[[Chen Qing-Ping]] learned from [[Chen Xi-Lu]] and [[Chen You-Ben]] and was responsible for teaching [[Chen He-Yang]] as well as many other people, including people in neighboring villages. He is thus linked to the creation of a multitude of minor styles such as the [[Wu/Hao Style]] of [[Wu Yu-Xiang]], the [[Hulei Style]] of [[Li Jing-Yan]], and of course the [[Zhaobao Style]] of Taijiquan via his teacher [[Zhang Yan]].+Known as a [[Small Frame]] player. ​[[Chen Qing-Ping]] learned from [[Chen Xi-Lu]] and [[Chen You-Ben]] and was responsible for teaching [[Chen He-Yang]] as well as many other people, including people in neighboring villages. He is thus linked to the creation of a multitude of minor styles such as the [[Wu/Hao Style]] of [[Wu Yu-Xiang]], the [[Hulei Style]] of [[Li Jing-Yan]], and of course the [[Zhaobao Style]] of Taijiquan via his teacher [[Zhang Yan]].
  
 === Chen Fa-Ke and Chen Zhao-Pei === Chen Fa-Ke and Chen Zhao-Pei
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 == Vagaries == Vagaries
 Notable differences in Chen Style (besides the visually obvious) Notable differences in Chen Style (besides the visually obvious)
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 +* See [[Chen You-Ben]] for notes on small frame.
  
 === Thirteen postures === Thirteen postures
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