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 Master Hu was a life long Chinese medicine doctor, a Qigong healer extraordinaire and a one of a kind martial artist. In 1953 he established with his martial art friend, 17th generation lineage holder of Chen family Taijiquan, Chen Fake the ‘Capitol (Beijing) Martial Arts Society’. Despite being an extraordinary martial artist, often called a 拳神 martial art spirit and 单指震乾坤 ‘with one finger the one who shakes heaven and earth’, Hu’s greatest contribution to the world was his art of Qigong. In 1956 he was the first and only one in Beijing to establish a Qigong hospital. It is little known yet interesting fact that because of him and selected others like Liu Guizhen 刘贵珍 and Liu Duzhou 刘渡舟 that the name Qigong became widely accepted by millions and millions of people practicing it today. Hu is named the father of modern day Qigong. Out of his many disciples the most accomplished being Feng Zhiqiang 冯志强, Jiao Guorui 焦国瑞, Qin Zhongsan 秦重三 and Li Jingwu 李經梧. Master Hu was a life long Chinese medicine doctor, a Qigong healer extraordinaire and a one of a kind martial artist. In 1953 he established with his martial art friend, 17th generation lineage holder of Chen family Taijiquan, Chen Fake the ‘Capitol (Beijing) Martial Arts Society’. Despite being an extraordinary martial artist, often called a 拳神 martial art spirit and 单指震乾坤 ‘with one finger the one who shakes heaven and earth’, Hu’s greatest contribution to the world was his art of Qigong. In 1956 he was the first and only one in Beijing to establish a Qigong hospital. It is little known yet interesting fact that because of him and selected others like Liu Guizhen 刘贵珍 and Liu Duzhou 刘渡舟 that the name Qigong became widely accepted by millions and millions of people practicing it today. Hu is named the father of modern day Qigong. Out of his many disciples the most accomplished being Feng Zhiqiang 冯志强, Jiao Guorui 焦国瑞, Qin Zhongsan 秦重三 and Li Jingwu 李經梧.
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 +== Zhang Qinglin Connection
 +Hu Yaozhen writes, "Tai Ji Quan earliest origins are with Zi Lu Tai Ji. Zi Lu is one of Confucius disciples, his last name Zhong while his first Shan. From Zi Lu it was transmitted to Yang Qingtian, Yang Qingtian transmitted to Gao Shiji and so transmitted on and on until Yuan Xiuchen. I studied Zi Lu Tai Ji with Yuan Xiuchen.
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 +Thereafter I also studied Yang style Tai Ji Quan with [[Zhang Qinglin]]. Master Zhang for his Tai Ji Quan received transmission as well from a Daoist priest in Huang Shan mountain. I attained the Tai Ji inner cultivation classic of the Huang Shan Daoist priest and with that the benefits I received were great."​
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