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 * Students: [[Chen Ke-Sen]] (son), [[Chen Xiao-Wang]],​ [[Chen Zheng-Lei]],​ [[Wang Xi-an]], [[Zhu Tian-Cai]], [[Chen De-Wang]], [[Chen Chun-Lei]], [[Chen Qing-Hua]], [[Chen Mong-Song]],​ [[Zhang Guang-Cai]]. * Students: [[Chen Ke-Sen]] (son), [[Chen Xiao-Wang]],​ [[Chen Zheng-Lei]],​ [[Wang Xi-an]], [[Zhu Tian-Cai]], [[Chen De-Wang]], [[Chen Chun-Lei]], [[Chen Qing-Hua]], [[Chen Mong-Song]],​ [[Zhang Guang-Cai]].
  
-<​blockquote>​In 1958, when Grandmaster Chen Zhao Pi retired back to Chenjiagou, I began formal training under him for Lao Jia Yi Lu. My fellow student disciples were [[Chen De Wang]], [[Chen Chun Lei]], [[Chen Xiao-Wang]],​ [[Chen Qing-Hua]], [[Chen Mong-Song]],​ [[Wang Xi-An]], and [[Zhang Guang-Cai]]. We had to practice everyday, come rain or shine. It was only in our third year of training that we were allowed to learn Er Lu (Pao Chui), Pushing Hands, and weaponry. We were also very close to the other group of student disciples who were trained in Xiao Jia under Grandmaster,​ [[Chen Ke-Zhong]], an 18th generation Grandmaster. Our fellow Xiao Jia cohort comprised of [[Chen Bai-Xiang]],​ [[Chen Tu-Sheng], [[Chen Liu-You]], [[Chen Tu-Yuan]], [[Chen Qi-Liang]], and [[Chen Qing-Huan]]. Both Grandmasters Chen Zhao Pi and Chen Ke Zhong would often bring all of us along for performances,​ training sessions and workshops together.<​cite>​http://​chen-taiji.com/​the-origin-of-lao-jia-old-frame-xiao-jia-small-frame-and-xin-jia-new-form/</​cite></​blockquote>​+<​blockquote>​In 1958, when Grandmaster Chen Zhao Pi retired back to Chenjiagou, I began formal training under him for Lao Jia Yi Lu. My fellow student disciples were [[Chen De Wang]], [[Chen Chun Lei]], [[Chen Xiao-Wang]],​ [[Chen Qing-Hua]], [[Chen Mong-Song]],​ [[Wang Xi-An]], and [[Zhang Guang-Cai]]. We had to practice everyday, come rain or shine. It was only in our third year of training that we were allowed to learn Er Lu (Pao Chui), Pushing Hands, and weaponry. We were also very close to the other group of student disciples who were trained in Xiao Jia under Grandmaster,​ [[Chen Ke-Zhong]], an 18th generation Grandmaster. Our fellow Xiao Jia cohort comprised of [[Chen Bai-Xiang]],​ [[Chen Tu-Sheng]], [[Chen Liu-You]], [[Chen Tu-Yuan]], [[Chen Qi-Liang]], and [[Chen Qing-Huan]]. Both Grandmasters Chen Zhao Pi and Chen Ke Zhong would often bring all of us along for performances,​ training sessions and workshops together.<​cite>​http://​chen-taiji.com/​the-origin-of-lao-jia-old-frame-xiao-jia-small-frame-and-xin-jia-new-form/</​cite></​blockquote>​
  
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